Although the Supreme Court, which is the highest court in the United States, ruled against the Biden administration forcing the COVID-19 jab on America’s workforce, it appears some aren’t too happy with the decision. Not only are the Democrats sour about the ruling, given the predictions ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, but apparently many Hollywood elites and athletes are speaking out on the importance of keeping those around you safe.

Shockingly, to them, the only way to do that is by getting the COVID-19 jab that doesn’t stop the virus from spreading or being contracted. But with the issue becoming a hot topic, basketball Hall of Famer, Shaquille O’Neal recently opened up about his thoughts on the matter. 

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During “The Big Podcast with Shaq,” the former center said, “Look, I encourage everybody to be safe and take care of your family, I do. But there’s still some people that don’t wanna take it. And you shouldn’t have to be forced to take something you don’t want.” While there is no simpler way to put it, his co-host Nischelle Turner disagreed. Take a look. 

Turner might have been quick to defend the COVID-19 agenda, but she proved herself wrong when he stated, “I don’t think people are being forced to take… Well, there are some… There are, I mean, listen we have a mandate at CBS.”

Trying her best to find a way out of the corner she put herself in, O’Neal cleverly stated, “That’s forced.” 

Like the Biden administration, it appeared that Turner and many Democrats can’t grasp the concept of people wanting the freedom of deciding what they put in their bodies. 

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