According to Cole Beasley, he's receiving unfair treatment from local Bills fans who are booing him at home games over his choice to remain unvaccinated. He wants a more united fan experience that'll boo him for poor performance, not his vaccination status. Sounds logical to us.
"Only place I get boo'd is at our home stadium. Then some of the same people want me to take pictures and sign autographs," Beasley tweeted. "I thought bills fans were the best in the world? Where’d they go? If the vaccine works then why do vaxxed people need to be protected from unvaxxed? #letemin"
Who can blame him, really? Verifiable science says Beasley is only impacting himself, so he's doing no harm to anyone by exercising his right to medical privacy.
Here's where an uninvited Mark Cuban decided to get involved to virtue signal to his base. And because he should, Beasley gave a transparent and respectful reply within minutes.
Notice how Cole Beasley made sure to begin his rebuttal with emphasis on the fact he doesn't need it. He's exactly right. World class athletes in their early early 30s aren't at risk of dying from COVID. Mark Cuban knows all this except he ignores the facts and pretends Cole Beasley's unvaccinated status puts vaccinated Americans at risk. He's intentionally playing stupid to pretend he cares more about human lives than Cole Beasley. How tired is this move?
"Rules that apply to your choices, and it's yours to make," Cuban wrote.
How is being booed for failing to vaccinate yourself against a virus make any sense? Even if Cuban were logically right, that others have a right to know Beasley's personal medical business, which of course they don't, then why don't liberal Americans walk the streets to check whether their neighbors properly utilize their seatbelts to protect themselves from death? If private health is suddenly a public concern, then this logic should apply everywhere. Of course that would never happen because no one gets rich that way.
Obviously Beasley is making a bit of a generalization by attributing the boos to the entire fan base, but he is right that he shouldn't feel pressure to reveal his private business. He isn't impacting the lives of anyone else by remaining unvaccinated and doing so shouldn't mean he's subject to certain "rules," as Mark Cuban hilariously concluded.
Liberal celebrities continue to make a mockery of this pandemic recovery, and apparently there's no end in sight.