After it was revealed that the Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had tested positive for COVID-19 this week, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel was quick to shame him for being unvaccinated during his show last night.

“No one seems to know that he wasn’t vaccinated,” Kimmel stated, referring to Rodgers. “He hasn’t been wearing a mask, even where it’s required, and at one point, he claimed he was ‘immunized,’ but looking back at when he said it, it should have been obvious that he was not.”


Kimmel then played a clip from back in August in which Rodgers claimed to be “immunized” when asked if he was vaccinated against COVID-19.

“We now know he is not vaccinated, because unvaccinated players who test positive have to isolate for 10 days,” Kimmel continued. “Had he been vaccinated, he would have had a chance to play this weekend.”

After saying that Rodgers had received a “homeopathic treatment” instead of the vaccine over the summer, Kimmel joked that “we should have known” because “nothing says ‘I heal myself with crystals’ like the player’s top-knot haircut.”

“Aaron is a Karen, that’s the fact of the matter,” Kimmel declared. “Honestly, the only thing worse than not getting vaccinated when you’re in close contact with other people is letting them think you’re vaccinated when you’re not. It’s basically the COVID equivalent of ‘the condom fell off.’”


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This came after Kimmel mocked Rodgers’ fellow unvaccinated athlete Kyrie Irving, who may get a chance to rejoin the Brooklyn Nets if New York’s new Mayor Eric Adams relaxes the city’s vaccine mandate.

“I just hope he’s able to finish his research first,” Kimmel joked. “You know, he’s been doing his own research. What if he enjoys that so much he decides to become a researcher full time?”


The liberal media has been shaming Rodgers like crazy ever since news broke that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

“There are a lot of people already in the media who cover the NFL on a daily basis, which I no longer do, who have labeled him a liar,” said sportscaster Bob Costas, according to Yahoo News. “If you want to be extremely kind, you could say that he was disingenuous. He was obviously comfortable with most of the media and football fans nearly unanimously believing he was vaccinated.”

“No matter how anti-facts, anti-science and anti-common sense some of the anti-vaxxers are,” he added. “Say whatever else you want, they’ve all owned it, they’ve all come out and said, ‘this is what I believe, this is what I’m doing.’ Aaron Rodgers was disingenuous about it.”