J.D. Davis Can’t Be Bothered To Think About COVID19 Vaccine
The New York Mets season will be off to a late start. With multiple Washington Nationals players becoming infected with COVID19, the opening series between these two division rivals was canceled.
With that as a backdrop, J.D. Davis was asked about getting the vaccine when he’s eligible to receive it. He incredulously responded he hadn’t thought about it.
J.D. Davis said he hasn't thought about whether he'll get a COVID-19 vaccine.
"It's a personal preference and everybody has their own choice of doing so," he said, noting that he wants to be sensitive to those who have struggled with/died from the disease.
— Tim Healey (@timbhealey) April 2, 2021
Somehow, a player sidelined waiting to start the season wants us to believe he didn’t think about the vaccine created which would’ve permitted him to play this weekend.
He’s either incredibly vapid where he actually wants us to believe he doesn’t have the mental capacity or awareness to think about a vaccine for a once in a century pandemic, or he’s lying like he did when originally asked about his involvement in the Houston Astros sign stealing scandal.
Yet, despite his wanting us to believe he hasn’t thought much about COVID19 and returning to normal life, he wants us to believe he’s upset they’re not playing and that the players are happy cooped up unable to do anything beyond dealing with one another.
But hey, why would you have to sit around thinking about things when you’re just handed a third base job you didn’t earn? Moreover, why would think there are ramifications for your decisions when you were given an enormous pass for the Astros scandal and lying to the press?