Aaron Rodgers has by no means been afraid to talk his thoughts, and he’s not stopping any time quickly.
The four-time MVP discovered himself on the heart of controversy when he mentioned he was “immunized” from COVID-19 through the 2021 NFL season, main individuals to imagine he was vaccinated in opposition to the virus when he was, and is, not.
Rodgers has continued to be outspoken in opposition to vaccine mandates, and says it’s his duty to take action.
“In the long run, you’re on a choice. You stand for one thing, you stand courageously for what you imagine in, or the other aspect of that’s you say nothing and also you’re a coward. And I wasn’t prepared to try this,” Rodgers mentioned throughout his look on “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
“Now, say no matter you need about the way in which I went about doing it – ultimately, I decided that was greatest for me. And I’m gonna proceed speaking about these items, as a result of it’s necessary to me. I don’t need the recollections to be misplaced. I don’t need what I went via to get brushed over.”
Rodgers mentioned he desires to talk for the individuals who shouldn’t have his sort of platform to debate what they imagine in.
“I’ve a platform. Some individuals need you to simply shut up and throw a soccer, and that’s nice. However there needs to be sure voices of purpose. Many individuals say I’m an fool, and I’m not good… However ultimately, I imagine that what I did and what I stand for is a troublesome place to be in, however I feel it’s an necessary duty to proceed to talk up and use my voice to offer different individuals the permission to face up as effectively. As a result of there’s lots of people that imagine within the issues that I imagine in that don’t have the chance to do it, don’t have the braveness to do it, don’t have the platform to do it in, and I really feel like I can communicate for a few of these individuals, no matter what sort of crosshairs that places me in with some media members.”
Rodgers has battled back-and-forth with those that proceed to tear his stance on COVID and vaccines. When former ESPN and MSNBC broadcaster Keith Olbermann mentioned Rodgers suffered “One other #SuddenLisfranc as a consequence of failure to vaccinate,” making enjoyable of his Achilles damage, Rodgers instructed him to get his “fifth booster.”
Rodgers additionally mentioned he needed to have a tag-team match between himself and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in opposition to Dr. Anthony Fauci and “Mr. Pfizer” Travis Kelce.