NFL Star Aaron Rodgers Exposes the Censorship Regime Pushed by Big Pharma and Big Tech Over COVID Vaccines

NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been outspoken about the COVID-19 vaccine for many months now, but he took it to a new level in a podcast appearance earlier this week.

During a recent appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show,” Rodgers took aim at the censorship regime that is being pushed by the most powerful corporations in the world in order to induce total compliance with the experimental COVID-19 jab.

“When in the course of human history has the side that’s doing the censoring and trying to shut people up and make them show papers and marginalize a part of the community ever been [the correct side]?” Rodgers said on Thursday, as quoted by an ESPN profile. “We’re censoring dissenting opinions? What are we trying to do? Save people from being able to determine the validity on their own or to listen and to think about things and come to their own conclusion? Freedom of speech is dangerous now if it doesn’t align with the mainstream narrative? That’s, I think first and foremost, what I wanted people to understand, and what people should understand is that there’s censorship in this country going on right now.”

“Are they censoring terrorists or pedophiles? Criminals who have Twitter profiles? No, they’re censoring people, and they’re shadow-banning people who have dissenting opinions about vaccines. Why is that? Is that because Pfizer cleared $33 billion last year and Big Pharma has more lobbyists in Washington than senators and representatives combined? Why is the reason? Either way, if you want to be an open-minded person, you should hear both sides, which is why I listen to people like Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Peter McCullough. I have people on the other side as well. I read stuff on the vaccine-hesitancy side, and I read stuff on the vaccines-are-the-greatest-thing-in-the-world side,” he continued.

“When you censor and make pariahs out of anybody who questions what you believe in or what the mainstream narrative is, that doesn’t make any sense,” Rodgers added.

Big League Politics has reported on Rodgers’ defiance against the vaccine regime and its soulless cheerleaders in the media:

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is hitting back against a Chicago sports journalist who openly admitted he’s refusing to vote for Rodgers as the NFL’s most valuable player because he’s unvaccinated. Rodgers hit back at Hub Arkush, speaking at a Wednesday press conference, calling Arkush a “bum” for a political rant targeting Rodgers.

Aaron Rodgers on NFL MVP voter who said he wouldn’t vote for him: “I think he’s a bum. I think he’s an absolute bum…His problem is I’m not vaccinated. So, if he wants to go on a crusade & collude &…just for this season make it the Most Vaccinated Player, he should do that.”

Rodgers argued that politically biased journos who decide their MVP vote on the basis of partisan political affiliations should be barred from casting a vote for the award.

Rodgers, who has made himself the target of ire from President Joe Biden himself for declining to receive the vaccine, has been increasingly willing to fire back at his politicized critics for attacking him over his personal medical information.

Arkush had all but admitted that Rodgers wouldn’t receive his vote for NFL 2021 MVP because of his vaccine status, speaking on a Chicago radio station on Tuesday.

I just think that the way he’s carried himself is inappropriate. And the vaccine thing was just one more log on the fire, so to speak. I think he’s a bad guy, and I don’t think a bad guy can be the most valuable guy at the same time.

In more remarks, the sports journo all but admitted his MVP vote would be compromised with progressive political thought.

Rodgers is aiming to win his second Super Bowl this year. If he can pull it off, it would be a thumb in the eye of all the media hacks who have rooted for him to fail because of his opposition to the vaccine regime.

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