Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac has gone viral again, this time for not bowing to the pressure to get the COVID-19 vaccine. He makes it clear he's not "not anti-vax," but believes the decision to get the vaccine is a personal one.
Jonathan is an outspoken Christian who has gone viral twice for some of the political stances he has taken over the past year. Last year, he was the only player on his team to stand up during the national anthem and not to wear a "Black Lives Matter" shirt. Most recently, he's been in the left's crosshairs for daring to ask questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Jonathan joined Allie Beth Stuckey on "Relatable" to discuss his faith and how it plays into the choices he makes. He gave his honest perspective on all the problems and propaganda surrounding COVID-19 and the vaccine. Specifically, he said he's "pretty astounded" by the way the corporate media and the left treat "natural immunity" like an unspeakable swear word.
Jonathan also shares his encouragement for the COVID-weary: "I would just say, stay encouraged. It may feel like hopelessness but there are people who are out here that are trying their best to hold the line. And I believe that we're going to see a great revival through this as well, as people begin to [open] their eyes."
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