NFL Legend Aaron Rodgers Just Took The Woke Mob And Ripped Them To Pieces!

In case you missed it, Aaron Rodgers missed playing against the Kansas City, Chiefs last night due to the fact that the star quarterback tested positive for COVID-19 last week. Of course, the mainstream media went on the attack after hearing Rodgers’s diagnosis after he spoke with his medical team and decided to decline the vaccine.

Heaven forbid someone to decide what is best for their health all on their own.

Rodgers’ did exactly what he was supposed to do when making this decision and it is exactly what all Americans should be doing. He looked at the COVID-19 jab and spoke about it with his medical doctor who was honest and said he should decline it.

As the woke mobsters raged online and on the news, Rodgers broke his silence and made an appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” and explained his side of the story.

And he dropped some major truth bombs.


This is 100% truth and I love to see people calling a spade a spade finally!

Rodgers called out:

-The media’s ridicule of President Trump for touting the potential benefits of HCQ

-The left’s hypocrisy for flipping on their beliefs about the experimental COVID-19 jabs

-The medical establishment for refusing to promote real health and effective therapeutics

Rodgers emphasized health shouldn’t be political and he’s exactly right.

The Super Bowl champion made media heads explode further with this next clip.

Look who he’s taking health advice from to treat COVID-19:

48 hours after his diagnosis and he feels great taking the therapeutics recommended by Rogan.

How about that?

Dr. Pierre Kory of the FLCCC supports his therapeutic approach:

From the New York Post:

The Packers quarterback appeared on “The Pat McAfee Show,” speaking for about 15 uninterrupted minutes about all of the factors that went into his decision not to be vaccinated — and all of his issues with the backlash he has received.

“I realize I’m in the crosshairs of the woke mob right now, so before my final nail gets put in my cancel-culture casket, I think I’d like to set the record straight on some of the blatant lies that are out there about myself right now,” Rodgers began.

Rodgers said he didn’t “lie” during a late-August press conference when he said he was “immunized” and there was a “witch hunt” going on in the media over who was unvaccinated.

“It wasn’t some sort of ruse or lie, it was the truth,” Rodgers said.

Nevertheless, most people who heard his answer at the time assumed he was affirming he had been vaccinated. Rodgers said he would have responded to a follow-up question about being immunized.

“I would’ve said, ‘Look, I’m not some sort of anti-vax, flat-earther. I am somebody who is a critical thinker, you guys know me, I march to the beat of my own drum, I believe strongly in bodily autonomy,’ ” Rodgers said.

Sporting News highlighted Rodgers’s discontent with the NFL’s idiotic protocols:

Rodgers complained that the policies by the NFL about handling vaccinated vs. unvaccinated players is “shame-based” and has no scientific backing. He said he is required to be tested daily and that he must wear a mask, even when standing up at the podium talking to the press when he is standing further away from masked media members.

Rodgers said that he felt there was no science behind the policy that made him wear a mask in a facility where everyone had either been fully vaccinated or previously tested negative.

“It was my opinion that that wasn’t rooted in science,” Rodgers said. “Every other protocol, I’ve followed to a T.”

McAfee asked Rodgers if he felt an obligation to follow their rules, since he said others would say it is a privilege to get to play in the NFL. Rodgers responded that while he sees both sides of the argument and that the league can put in place its own policies, “I didn’t agree to any of them.”

“I didn’t sign a piece of paper that gave away my rights to live a normal season of life and I felt like I protected myself in a way that not only protected myself and my teammates,” Rodgers said. “I’ve tested over 300 times before finally testing positive. Like I said, it was probably from a vaccinated individual. I don’t think that many of their policies are rooted in science.”

He compared himself to Martin Luther King Jr., paraphrasing King’s original quote, which was “One has not only a legal, but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.”

“The great MLK said you have a moral obligation to object to unjust rules, and rules that make no sense. In my opinion, it makes no sense to me,” Rodgers said.

Watch the full interview here:


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