NFL Star Aaron Rodgers Announces He’s Not Vaccinated, Slams the Woke Mob

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers shocked the world when he officially announced he is not vaccinated. Rodgers also called out the “woke mob” while making the announcement.

While being interviewed by Pat McAfee and Aj Hawk, Rodgers explained why he refuses to get a COVID-19 vaccine in a lengthy statement.

Rodgers started off his statement by saying the woke mob will probably cancel him for speaking out; then, Rodgers continued and stated he needed to clear up the lies being spread about him.

Rodgers then started slamming the media’s misrepresentations about him, which stated he lied about getting the COVID-19 vaccine. The NFL MVP stated everyone in the Packers organization knew he wasn’t vaccinated and he said the NFL was also aware.

More Details on Aaron Rodger’s Announcement

The Packers franchise quarterback blasted the NFL for their harsh rules against unvaccinated players. Rodgers said at practice, he was forced to wear a yellow bracelet as if he were an “unclean” person.

According to Fox News, Rodgers also wasn’t even allowed outside of his hotel room on away games either. His defense for not getting vaccinated was very clear and Rodgers went on record saying he didn’t get vaccinated because it was not in his best interest.

The former Super Bowl champion continued that thought and explained how he was already allergic to an ingredient inside of the mRNA vaccines. Also, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was off the table because it has a history of causing blood clots.

Rodgers also voiced his concerns about the lack of studies on the vaccines and said ‘who knows what the side effects of this vaccine are 20 years from now?’

In an interesting comment, Rodgers also expressed how he wants to have children one day and went on to say he is unsure if the vaccines can cause infertility or not.

Rodgers Asked Joe Rogan for Help

The media’s attack against Rodgers all started when he tested positive for COVID-19 and it was soon found out he wasn’t vaccinated.

Rodgers sought help from both his medical doctors and popular podcaster Joe Rogan; both sides recommended he take Vitamin C, Zinc, and Ivermectin.

Rogan previously was blasted by the media for using Ivermectin to treat COVID-19 and the mainstream media claimed it was horse de-wormer. Rodgers’ decision to take advice from Joe Rogan sent the media into a frenzy; the NFL star was attacked with headlines that claimed he “fell from grace” or was an “anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorist.”

The NFL is terrified right now because Aaron Rodgers is far from being a sideline player. He won the MVP of the league last year. He has also been the face of the Packers for a decade.

It appears the NFL finally has someone to stand up against mandatory vaccinations, just like the NBA has Kyrie Irving.