2020 Summer Olympics: Simone Biles, Jon Rahm provide case studies for why athletes should refuse experimental injections – The COVID Blog

Mr. Rahm was cruising to victory and a repeat as champion in the 2021 Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. He had a six-stroke lead (-18) on that June 5 afternoon heading into the final round. Barring an historic choke-job or some miraculous comeback by another player, Mr. Rahm essentially had the $1.7 million prize locked up. But right before the final round began, PGA officials told Mr. Rahm on live TV that he “tested positive for COVID-19.”

The healthy, asymptomatic, young athlete was forced to withdraw from the tournament, and lost the huge payday. He was ranked number-3 in the world at the time and surely would have jumped to the top spot with the win. He received the second dose of one of the experimental mRNA injections before the tournament started. Mr. Rahm told reporters that perhaps this wouldn’t have happened if he received the injections earlier.

But Mr. Rahm quickly learned what critical thinkers already know – that COVID-19 and the “vaccines” are arbitrary, random phenomena depending on who does the so-called tests.

The Spanish Olympic Committee announced on July 25 that Mr. Rahm could not participate in the Olympics because he, again, tested positive for COVID-19. Fauci fanatics and COVID diehards blamed Mr. Rahm for the Memorial debacle because he wasn’t “fully vaccinated,” meaning 14-days out from the second injection. But he was definitely fully vaccinated on July 25 and still tested positive for COVID-19.

2020 Summer Olympics: Simone Biles, Jon Rahm provide case studies for why athletes should refuse experimental injections – The COVID Blog