CNN Shocked When NFL Legend Brett Favre Expresses Skepticism Toward COVID Vaccines


During a segment on CNN, Brett Favre expressed his opinion that Americans should have the choice as to whether or not they get vaccinated for COVID-19. The statements shocked CNN host Kate Bolduan, who robotically stated that the vaccine is “safe, effective, and needed.”

During a segment on CNN discussing concussion rates among youth football players, Brett Favre was randomly pressed by host Kate Bolduan on his vaccination status. Favre expressed his opinion that Americans should have a choice as to whether or not they receive the experimental and controversial COVID-19 vaccines. Favre had also noted there is a “great deal of uncertainty” when it comes to the vaccine due to conflicting information. The response frustrated Bolduan, who abruptly asked him if he was vaccinated.

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“There really isn’t conflicting info that the vaccine is safe, effective and needed and is a public health matter,” Bolduan said. “I mean, would you urge your current players to be getting a vaccine? I mean, have you been vaccinated?” Favre replied, “I’d rather not say one way or the other,” desiring to keep his medical information private. “I think it’s not my place to say ‘get the vaccine or don’t get the vaccine.’ I think that’s a matter of choice by all individuals, and, you know, that’s why we live in America.”

Bolduan said “well you, yourself, I mean, you don’t want to say, which I respect, but you don’t trust the vaccines?” when the other guest chimed in attempting to draw a comparison to the previous discussion about concussion rates among youth football players. Bolduan, shilling for “every health official, um, from the top down, from local doctors, to the government, to the best scientists in America and beyond,” noted that they all claim that the coronavirus vaccines are safe.

The claims made by Bolduan are false. Moderna, and presumably other pharmaceutical companies involved with the vaccine, continue to make billions of dollars off of their vaccines, which have reportedly been waning in effectiveness to the point where an annual “booster shot” would be required. Furthermore, in late June, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added a warning to patient and provider fact sheets to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines indicating that they pose risk of myocarditis and Pericarditis heart inflammation.

Shortly before that, 18 children and young adults were hospitalized in the state of Connecticut for heart-related issues after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. According to reports, a US-based VAERS whistleblower has said that 45,000 people have allegedly died from the Covid-19 vaccine within three days, sparking a lawsuit against the federal government. “We have someone that has sworn under penalty of perjury that there have been at least 45,000 deaths,” said Attorney Thomas Renz speaking on the matter.

In March, Richard Terrell, 74, of Goochland, Virginia suffered a painful rash that spread across his entire body causing his skin to peel off his body after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. In May, National File reported that a 15-year-old boy in Colorado died of a heart attack only two days after taking the Pfizer vaccine despite having no history of medical issues. Lisa Shaw, a local radio host with BBC Radio Newcastle, died at age 44 of a blood clot in the brain, shortly after she received the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine. Jiu Jitsu black belt Craig Jones, 29, announced on Instagram that he was unable to fight Tye Ruotolo after suffering a bad reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine causing his stomach to build up with fluid. A mother of three in Nashville, Tennessee named Brandy Parker McFadden was left paralyzed and unable walk after her second dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, with doctors unsure when she will regain the use of her legs.

Bolduan’s claims that “every health official” says that the coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective is also false. Dr. Scott Jensen, who is running for Governor of Minnesota in 2022 as a Republican, is teaming up with doctors nationwide to try to get rid of the approval for the Coronavirus vaccine for America’s children as people worldwide report health problems and deaths after taking the vaccine.

Additionally, the medical advocacy organization known as America’s Frontline Doctors is working to fight against the emergency use authorization of COVID vaccines on children under the age of 16, citing numerous side effects and that the fact that young people have 99.997% survivability rate against COVID. In June, National File reported that 117 Houston Methodist medical employees have sued the Houston Methodist Hospital to fight the institution’s vaccine mandate as it had reportedly forbid its medical workers from listing any adverse reactions to the Coronavirus vaccine on official records.