Last month, one of the NFL’s biggest stars, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19 even though it was widely believed that he got the jab. What followed was a slew of conspiracies as to whether Rodgers was “lying” or not over the shot.
As many liberals attacked him for using other methods to fight COVID-19 other than what is being promoted by the Biden administration, Rodgers is now dropping another bombshell pertaining to the NFL and how they fight COVID-19.
Appearing on the Pat McAfee SiriusXM Show, Rodger admitted that drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are being adopted by National Football League teams. “I do know, behind the scenes — this is 100% true — there are many teams who are recommending a lot of the same treatments that I got for their players.”
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) December 28, 2021
On top of exposing the NFL for supposedly using other treatments, the Hall of Fame hopeful also took issue with critics who don’t want to listen to science. “If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda. That’s the truth,” he said.
Rodgers has admitted that he was treated for COVID-19 using ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and an assortment of monoclonal antibodies, zinc, and vitamins C and D. He added, “I’m not some uneducated person who’s throwing stuff out there. If you want to rip on me because I took horse dewormer, and whatever else you want to talk about, that’s fine. But I also got better in 48 hours. And I had symptoms.”
Speaking on the constant misinformation being spread, Rodgers called for a lively debate. “Let’s have a debate. Let’s hear about sides. Wouldn’t that be awesome? When did we lose the ability to respect somebody’s opinion? My thoughts are just my own opinion on this matter.”
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