ESPN reporter announces she won't be working football games this year after choosing not to get the πŸ’‰ while trying to conceive

Sep 10th

Allison Williams posted a statement to her Twitter after missing the opening week of college football, explaining why she would not be reporting from the sidelines this college football season:

"While my work is incredibly important to me, the most important role I have is as a mother. Throughout our family planning with our doctor, as well as a fertility specialist, I have decided not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at this time while my husband and I try for a second child."

The "science" says that the vaccine has no effect on fertility or pregnancy, but the "science" also said the same about the effect of the vaccine on menstrual cycles and they're just now starting to conduct a study on that.

She went on to say,

"This was a deeply difficult decision to make and it's not something I take lightly. I understand vaccines have been essential in the effort to end this pandemic, however taking the vaccine at this time is not in my best interest. After a lot of prayer and deliberation, I have decided I must put my family and personal health first. I will miss being on the sidelines and am thankful for the support of my ESPN family. I look forward to when I can return to the games and job that I love."

Williams has been a sideline reporter for college football and basketball games for ESPN since 2011.

Disney, which owns ESPN, is requiring all employees to be vaccinated by the end of September. Unfortunately, this means that Williams's only choice was to get in line or get off the sidelines.

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