NBA Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Criticizes Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving For Sharing Alex Jones Video
Leftist NBA icon Kareem Abdul-Jabbar lashed out at Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving Sunday, bashing the point guard for sharing a video of Alex Jones warning about the New World Order releasing plagues and viruses to control mankind.
In a Substack piece sharing his thoughts on various news items, Abdul-Jabbar, 75, summarized the topic as, “Kyrie Jones posted on Instagram a 2002 video clip of Alex Jones expressing a conspiracy theory regarding a ‘New Word Order’ out to profit on our misery.” [sic]
After establishing he already thought ill of Irving for refusing to take the experimental mRNA Covid jab last year, Abdul-Jabbar claimed the Nets player’s latest Jones scandal was beyond the pale.
“Irving is back and more destructive, insensitive, and just plain silly than before,” the 7’2” former LA Lakers player wrote.
“He decided it would be a good idea to post a 2002 video clip from Infowars founder Alex Jones. Yeah, the guy who has been on trial for denying the Sandy Hook shootings and who previously admitted in open court that he’s a performer and his onscreen persona is just a character (that bilks millions of dollars from unaware viewers).”