Boomer was right about vaccine mandate all along: ‘I just sat quietly by and let them attack’ Share Play Unmute Current Time 0:08 / Duration 0:43 Fullscreen By Ryan Chichester and Boomer & Gio WFAN Sports Radio 101.9 FM/66AM New York March 24, 2022 8:51 pm Boomer was catching plenty of heat after hinting earlier in the week that come Thursday, Kyrie Irving would be able to play in home games because of a change to the private sector mandate in New York City. The criticisms have since turned into apologies, as Boomer was dead on. Reports broke Wednesday night that Mayor Eric Adams was altering the mandate to allow athletes in New York to play games in the City, meaning Irving and unvaccinated Yankees and Mets players will no longer be prohibited from play. “It’s been a long two days,” Boomer said. I’ve been under attack, I’ve been under siege…but when I said it, I said ‘Let’s wait until Thursday.’ Nobody wanted to wait until Thursday. “I just sat quietly by and let them attack…and all of a sudden, I know what I’m talking about.” So Boomer quietly sat by and waited for his moment, and that came on Wednesday. Boomer was indeed right all along. “I understand that what I said to Jerry on Monday morning was something that I had known and something I had found out,” Boomer said. “I was fortunate to be in the loop on something, and wanted to let it play out over two days, and it did.” Follow WFAN’s morning team on Twitter: @7BOOMERESIASON, @GioWFAN, @Alsboringtweets, @JerryRecco, and @WFANMornings Follow WFAN on Social Media Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitch NBA Brooklyn Nets Kyrie Irving New York Yankees New York Mets Boomer and Gio Heard on WFAN

Boomer was right

Boomer was right


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