Aaron Rodgers talks concerning the unvaccinated standing, the “woke up mob”, recommendation from Joe Rogan and MLK
Aaron Rodgers vehemently defended his decision to remain unvaccinated, citing his own “research,” and he beat the NFL for its “draconian” rules for players who chose not to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
The Green Bay Packers superstar appeared in an interview on The Pat McAfee Show on Friday and rattled off several reasons why he had decided against vaccination, including an allergy he allegedly had from an ingredient in mRNA vaccines Has. He said he also spoke to his friend Joe Rogan about the treatments Rogan was taking when the podcaster was diagnosed with COVID and admitted that one of the drugs he was taking was ivermectin.
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Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers watches from the sideline against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Lambeau Field on October 03, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisc.
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“I know I’m in the crosshairs of the woke up mob,” Rodgers told former NFL player McAfee and former linebacker teammate AJ Hawk. “So before my final nail is put in my culture box, I would like to get so many of the blatant lies about myself cleared up.”
Rodgers shot the NFL media for ripping him up and made a point of saying he would have explained if someone asked him to explain what he meant when he said he was immunized. In addition, he said he was allergic to some of the ingredients in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and chose not to use the Johnson & Johnson vaccine because of some side effects.
“I’m not an Anti-Vaxx, Flat. … I have an allergy to an ingredient in the mRNA vaccines. I found a long-term vaccination protocol to protect myself and I’m very proud of the research that went into it, “added the Packers star.
Rodgers also cited concerns about the potential for the vaccines to become sterile, although experts at Johns Hopkins Medicine said COVID-19 vaccines are not linked to infertility.
Rodgers said the Packers knew his vaccination status. He also complained about the logs for the players.
Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers prepares for a game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium October 28, 2021 in Glendale, Arizona. Green Bay won 24-21.
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“Some of the rules for me are not based on science at all. You’re just trying to trick and shame people, like wearing a mask on a dais when every person in the room is vaccinated and wearing a mask – makes no sense to me, “Rodgers said.” If you’ve vaccinated To protect myself from a virus that as an unvaccinated person I don’t have, then why are you worried about anything I could give you?
“I’ve followed every single protocol exactly – apart from what I just mentioned because it doesn’t really make any sense to me. My daily routine is that of an unvaccinated person. “
Rodgers said he consulted with Rogan about alternative treatments, including ivermectin, and called him a friend. In August, the FDA warned that people infected with COVID were using ivermectin.
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Rodgers appealed not only to his case of not getting vaccinated, but also to Martin Luther King Jr.
“As an aside, the great MLK said, ‘You have a moral obligation to object to unjust rules and rules that make no sense.’ I don’t think it makes any sense to me. I test every day. Every day, “Rodgers said.
Rodgers reportedly tested positive for coronavirus and will be forced into isolation for 10 days before returning to the Green Bay exercise facility. He’s hoping to play the Seattle Seahawks next week.
The reigning NFL MVP spent his off-season away from the Packers while blaming the front office for culture issues.
Rodgers got engaged in January to actress Shailene Woodley, who prides himself on making her own medicines. In 2013, she told Flaunt Magazine that she was living an alternative lifestyle.
Shailene Woodley, Rodger’s fiancée, was entertained by surfers on a beach trip in Malibu in late September.
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“I think everything about my lifestyle is quite alternative. I collect my own mountain spring water every month. I go to a farm to get my food. I make everything from my own toothpaste to my own body lotions and facial oils “Woodley told the magazine. “I could go on for hours. I make my own medicines; I don’t get them from doctors. I make my own cheese and collect wild fodder and identify wild plants. It’s a whole lifestyle. It irritates my soul.”
Jordan Love will replace Rodgers for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.