Bryce Mitchell Claims Refusing Son’s Vaccination Lead To Threat From The Government

UFC featherweight Bryce Mitchell has become very well known for his strong opinions, and most recently it seems his vaccine refusal beliefs allegedly put him in danger of having his newborn child taken away.

“Thug Nasty” last appeared in the Octagon in late 2023, when he suffered a devastating 1st round knockout to Josh Emmett. Since then, Mitchell welcomed a new member to his family in March, his first son, Tucker James.

While the news that the 145-pound contender is not in favor of child vaccines did not come as too much of a surprise, his claim that his son was almost taken by the government because of it comes as a shock.

 

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“Yall kno I’ll get censored for this one. but I dont care. i love kids and i love the truth. we have to fite for our kids or evil will corrupt the next generation. this country is so evil only God can save us. I was told DHS was gunna come get my kid cause I didnt let the doc stick him with a needle,” Mitchell posted. “Don’t let these threats of violence scare u. be prepared and b happy to die for ur kids. thats wat its gunna take to get our freedom back. remember I just got love in my heart so if sumone twists my words and makes me look like the bad guy, u will kno the real enemy. Thank yall for watchin i appreciate all the likes and comments.”

During the post that Mitchell posted to Instagram while holding his son, he also indicated that he would be homeschooling his child as he believes public schools could turn him gay. He even went as far to say that he ‘Does not want a gay son’.

While his outspokenness is quite on brand for Mitchell, this may be the most shocking video posted yet. That being said, at this point nothing has been confirmed regarding the state conducting an investigation, or if a threat was really made.

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