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Buffalo Bills Fans Arrested And Charged With Felonies For Faking Vaccine Papers

The Buffalo Bills enjoyed an impressive season before seeing it end last weekend after losing a thriller to the Kansas City Chiefs in the playoffs.

Off the field, the Bills had generated COVID-19 controversies, as players shunned the NFL’s virus policies.

Star wide receiver Cole Beasley publicly objected to vaccine and masking policies. At one point, Beasley and Isaiah McKenzie, another receiver, were fined for violating the NFL’s masking rules.

Then, Beasley and lineman Reid Ferguson agreed to buy unvaccinated fans tickets to road games.

Now, the COVID politics has spread to the stands.

The conservative website The Blaze reported Friday that a New York couple faces felony charges for faking vaccine passports to attend the Bills’ playoff game against the New England Patriots two weeks ago.

Michael and Amber Naab were so important to the continued safety and welfare of Buffalo that Erie County District Attorney John Flynn felt compelled to host a press conference to announce their arrest.

The Blaze noted, “Authorities said they were tipped off about the couple because the fans posted about getting into NFL games with fake vaccine cards.”

The Naab’s were among those fans. And then someone ratted on them.

“Allegedly,” said Flynn, “there had been some social media activity in previous games and someone saw it on social media and called the Buffalo Bills or called the health department and made an anonymous tip that these two individuals were allegedly posting that they had been gotten into Bills games prior.”

Flynn added that “probably” would have not been caught if they had not posted about the phony cards on social media.

Since September, the Bills had required fans at the games to present proof they were fully vaccinated. It was a zero-tolerance policy.

According to The Blaze, the Naab’s were charged with a second-degree felony, punishable by up to seven years in prison.

Flynn said the couple would not face that.

“I would readily admit, this is not the Kennedy assassination,” the prosecutor said at his press conference. “I readily admit this is not the crime of the century.”

Yet, he continued, “At the end of the day, I’m not going to jam them up. But I can’t just let them go.”

And the Democrats who run New York wonder why more than 350,000 people left the state last year.

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