Bills Wife Rachel Bush Has Warning For ‘Moron’ NY Politician Over Vax Stadium Entry Requirement

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Rachel Bush had been quiet on Twitter this week just going about life as the wife of Bills safety Jordan Poyer when all of a sudden Erie County (NY) tough guy politician Mark Poloncarz announced Tuesday that fans will have to prove they’re vaccinated before being allowed into games starting this fall. Bush was livid.

Poloncarz, who has been a pain in the ass for Bills fans going back to last August, has officially become the top target for Bush as she continues to fight the social media battle against the craziness that is New York politics and COVID.

When pressed about the players standing up to politicians such as Poloncarz, Bush responded, “They will. Not acceptable. A lot more do not support this. Wait and see. We didn’t think it would get here.”

She also called Poloncarz a “moron” and warned the people of western New York to “speak up before you lose a whole lot.”

Meanwhile, the “moron” politician told reporters Tuesday that his goal “is to have a 100% full house for the Bills and the Sabres starting in the fall,” and warned those who won’t get the vaccine and still want to attend games, “There is no God-given right to attend a football game.”

While Mark can control who enters a stadium owned by the county, he doesn’t own the Bills and that means, at this point, he can’t require vaccinated players on the field. It’ll be interesting to see if Mark has the balls to tells the Bills they can’t play in the stadium without being vaccinated.

Let’s see if Mark has the guts to go that far.

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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