Source: Patty McMurray

Another day, another story about how world leaders are attempting to shame, degrade, and segregate individuals who choose not to accept a COVID jab. It doesn’t matter who you are, or even if you have natural immunity, if you don’t get the jab…you must be punished.

Here is the shocking story of tennis star Novak Djokovic, an unvaccinated Serbian with natural immunity who, like the unvaccinated Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers (who also has natural immunity), is finding out first-hand how quickly the left will turn on you and ignore the incredible contributions you’ve made to your sport simply because you refuse to accept the politically correct jab.

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Daily Mail reports – Djokovic, one of the greatest tennis players of all time, has garnered headlines in recent years for his stance on Covid vaccines that has enhanced his reputation as a polarizing figure.

He first spoke out against vaccination back in April 2020, when the first wave of Covid was spreading and before a jab had even been developed, to say he was not in favor of getting one.

Further controversy came in June when he hosted a Balkans tennis tournament with no mask-wearing or social distancing measures in place that led to several players – including himself – getting infected with Covid.

As vaccines were rolled out last year and travel rules relaxed for those who had taken the jab, Djokovic remained silent about his own status – leading many to suspect he had not been jabbed and would not be allowed to play at the Australian Open.

But come December, his name was announced on lists for both the Open and the warm-up ATP Cup – with Tennis Australia revealing earlier this month that he had been granted a medical exemption.

On Wednesday, after flying to Australia to defend his title at the Australian Open, the (unvaccinated) world-famous tennis player Novak Djokovic was locked down inside a hotel currently being used as a detention facility on the Australian border in Melbourne.