Last Updated on February 2, 2024
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce criticized “cranky NFL fans” who are not captivated by his media-baiting romance with pop singer Taylor Swift. Kelce has used his platform in sports to become a paid shill for the Pfizer coronavirus needle injection, which has been widely linked to myocarditis and other ailments and associated with strokes and heart attacks caused by blood clotting.
“I’m having fun with it, the majority of the world is having fun with it, outside of all the cranky NFL fans who just don’t want to see the Chiefs win,” Kelce said of his relationship with Swift during an appearance on the talk show of ESPN pundit Pat McAfee. “And you know what, we’re slowly reeling ’em in. We’re slowly reeling ’em in. They just, they’re fighting it right now.”
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who bravely resisted the Scamdemic needle, called Kelce “Mr. Pfizer” at one point, and Kelce clearly got a little defensive about getting called out for his Big Pharma shilling.
“I thought it was pretty good. I mean, with the ‘stashe right now I look like a guy named Mr. Pfizer. Who knew I’d get into the vax wars with Aaron Rodgers? It’s Mr. Pfizer versus the Johnson and Johnson family over there, man,” Kelce said in a press conference, referring to Woody Johnson, the owner of Rodgers’ team the New York Jets.
“Once I got the vaccine, I got it because of keeping myself safe, keeping my family safe. The people in this building. So, yeah, I stand by it, one thousand percent, and I’m fully comfortable with him calling me Mr. Pfizer,” Travis Kelce shilled.
Kelce’s mom was even in a Pfizer commercial with him, adding another layer of cynicism to the wickedness of the Kelce brand.