Last Updated on August 29, 2022
Green Bay Packers quarterback and four-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers told Joe Rogan that the NFL led a “witch hunt” against healthy players who refused the COVID jab and would even send a Fauci “stooge” into team facilities to pressure them into accepting it. Rodgers is among several high-profile professional athletes who have come out publicly against COVID vaccine mandates and who has refused the jab himself.
NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers joined Joe Rogan on his legendary Joe Rogan Experience podcast and discussed at length the NFL’s pro-COVID jab pressure campaign against its players, describing it as a “witch hunt.” According to Rodgers, despite the obvious physical health of he and his fellow pro football players, the NFL and their media allies engaged in a massive pressure campaign to ram the jab, which has become the deadliest vaccine in human history, down their throats.
“They were doing this – I called it a witch hunt – you know where they were asking every single player ‘are you vaccinated,'” Rodgers told Rogan of the NFL’s pro-vaccine militancy.
A moment later, he went on to describe the snitch culture that the NFL created in trying to get vaccinated players to act as informants against their unvaccinated teammates.
“They’d try to get them to say shit about their teammates who weren’t vaccinated,” Rodgers said. “Like dog their teammates out.”
Furthermore, Rodgers says, when it came time for NFL team coaches and management to whittle their rosters down to 53 men for the regular season, “general managers were not going to keep” unvaccinated players. According to Rodgers’ estimates, just 10 guys on his Green Bay Packers team are unvaccinated, and nearly all of them are major players, who the team couldn’t do without regardless of their vaccination status.
Unvaccinated guys who Rodgers describes as being on the bubble, had “almost 0% opportunity” to make an NFL roster, he says.
Aaron Rodgers on how the NFL handled Unvaccinated players:
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The NFL was desperate to “virtue signal” to big government and big pharma about the vaccine says Rodgers, describing the league’s massive pressure campaign that even involved sending a Fauci “stooge” into NFL locker rooms to encourage “compliance.”
Speaking from the perspective of the pro-jab NFL, Rodgers told Rogan that football’s oligarchs decided they were “going to virtue signal to say ‘look how righteous our league is, we have 95% compliance with the vaccine – and if you don’t, we’re gonna send a stooge to your team to show you graphs of your vaccination percentage of your team compared to the rest of the league.'”
When Fauci’s stooge came to Green Bay, Rodgers said, “I mopped the floor with him,” grilling the pro-jab foot soldier with questions about vaccine liability that he couldn’t answer because he’s “not a lawyer.”
Here’s Aaron Rodgers telling Joe Rogan that the NFL sent some Fauci stooge to each team to threaten and pressure players into getting the Covid-19 vaccine as if it prevented the virus.
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Since the NFL joined the uni-party political establishment and corporate media on their mass compliance COVID jab campaign, Aaron Rodgers has been the subject of much scrutiny over his refusal to pressure others into accepting the dangerous jab. When asked by reporters throughout the past season if he had been vaccinated, Rodgers simply stated that he’d been “immunized,” reportedly having used antibody treatments under the guidance of his doctor to protect against COVID.
When he eventually contracted the virus, as countless “vaccinated” people have, Rodgers was blasted by the vaccine witch hunt media, who learned of his true jab status and claimed he was a liar who had put the health of others at risk.
Rodgers touched on this issue as well, during his appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience, describing how he never told the media he’d been vaccinated. They simply failed to ask follow-up questions when he told them he’d been immunized.
“I’d been ready the entire time for this question and had thought about how I wanted to answer it,” Rodgers said. “And I had come to the conclusion I’m going to say ‘I’ve been immunized.’ And if there’s a follow-up, then talk about my process,” he went on, telling Rogan that there was never a follow-up, only more witch hunt-style questions with sports reporters trying to get him to out his unvaccinated teammates.
After Rodgers’ interview with Rogan, corporate media outlets entered meltdown mode, blasting the Packers quarterback for daring to “mislead” him about his own personal health decisions.
“Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers admits to misleading media about Covid-19 vaccination status last season,” a Sunday CNN headline screamed as if Rodgers had committed a crime.