While I’ve never been much of a Green Bay fan, I am fast becoming a big fan of Aaron Rodgers. He continues to use common sense when discussing COVID and I just love it.
"What I don't understand is vaccinated people blaming non-vaccinated people because the vaccine that they took to avoid getting the virus didn't stop them from getting the virus."
Aaron Rodgers on COVID and vaccines. pic.twitter.com/oZCLLppMO0
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The clip starts out with Rodgers saying that many teams are talking about the same treatments that he took to get over COVID, but behind closed doors.
Rodgers then says:
“Publicly I don’t understand why we can’t talk about treatments. Because I think it needs to be not just talked about with NFL players, but with the rest of the country. …If you have Delta like I did, there’s treatment options that actually help. And if you don’t agree with the ones that I used, then let’s come up with some other ones, instead of sticking a person 10 days in isolation and not able to see anybody with zero treatment options. To me that’s just…if science can’t be questioned, then it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda.”
That’s the first truth bomb. Aaron went on to defend it too after the host suggested that statement might get him into hot water again. Love the fact that he doesn’t care about the haters.
Rodgers went on to defend the right of people to NOT take the vaccine and saying there should never be mandates.
Then comes the next truth bomb:
“What I don’t understand is vaccinated people blaming non-vaccinated people because the vaccine that they took to avoid getting the virus didn’t stop them from getting the virus.”
In other words, the vaccinated shouldn’t blame the unvaccinated because the vaccine they took didn’t work. Exactly right.
Boom! Common sense logic. Watch the video for more…
UPDATE: Here’s more from Rodgers on it in a longer clip: