Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went on the Pat McAfee show earlier this morning to talk about his recovery from COVID this week and the vaccine coercers are not happy with that he had to talk.
Rodgers who is unvaccinated tested positive this week for COVID putting him out for this week’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Rodgers talked to McAfee about his COVID recovery and he has angered the Pfizer backers by admitting that he took Ivermectin instead of the mandated vaccines from big pharma.
In the full interview posted below, Rodgers went off on the vaccine mandates, the woke mob, and big pharma as a whole.
“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 would like to set the record straight on so many of the blatant lies that are out there about myself.” – Rodgers said.
The Packers quarterback said that he spent a lot of time studying the vaccines and discovered that he has an allergy to the ingredients in two of the vaccines. Then he said the Johnson & Johnson shot was the only one that would be suitable for him. But before he took the shot, it was pulled out of use over clotting issues.
“At the time the big three vaccines was what they were going to do, and if you weren’t in the vaccinated category, you were in a different category which involved some draconian measures and protocols you’d have to adhere to, which were in my opinion not based on science, were more based in a shame-based environment to get as many guys to get vaccinated as possible, so the league looks better to the rest of the world. That was the focus of these protocols,” he said.
“I consulted with a now good friend of mine, Joe Rogan, after he got COVID, and I’ve been doing a lot of the stuff he recommended in his podcasts,” Rodgers said. “I’m going to have the best immunity possible now based on the 2.5-million-person study from Israel [that shows] people who recover have the most robust immunity.
“I’m thankful for people like Joe for stepping up and using their voice. I’m thankful for my medical squad, and I’m thankful for all the love and support I’ve gotten.”
Specifically, Rodgers revealed that he has been taking Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies.