President and vaccination fanatic Joe Biden recently made a stupid remark to a Green Bay Packers fan urging her to tell quarterback and vaccine opponent Aaron Rogers to get the jab. Appearing on an ESPN TV program Friday, Rodgers retaliated to that and foolish remarks the president has made about vaccines.
The back-and-forth between president and quarterback began last month with Biden touring tornado damage in Kentucky. The dictatorial Biden saw a woman wearing a Packers item and told her to “Tell that quarterback he’s gotta get the vaccine.”
Fast forward to Friday. Rodgers, who has not been vaccinated, but contracted COVID three months after taking Ivermectin and other health items, took aim at dumb Biden remarks in his conversation with ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg:
“When the president of the United States says, ‘This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,’ it’s because him and his constituents, which, I don’t know how there are any if you watch any of his attempts at public speaking, but I guess he got 81 million votes.”
In the ESPN appearance, Rodgers offered no indication he’ll get vaccinated for a coronavirus he already had in November. All along, he’s referred to his preseason treatment as an immunization. So Biden can save his breath about that.
Rodgers also described COVID as being the pandemic of comorbidities, more than it is the pandemic of the unvaccinated. A health site defines a comorbidity as a person having two or more health conditions at the same time, or if one condition occurs right after another.
“But when you say stuff like that, and then you have the CDC, which, how do you even trust them, but then they come out and talk about 75 percent of the COVID deaths have at least four comorbidities. And you still have this fake White House set saying that this is the pandemic of the unvaccinated, that’s not helping the conversation,” Rodgers also told Van Valkenburg.
The NFL and NCAA offer further evidence backing Rodgers’ distrust of COVID vaccinations and statements by the Biden Administration.
Some 95 percent of NFL players are vaccinated, and yet the league was significantly disrupted by COVID in December. That was a huge black mark on the efficacy of vaccinations.
In early January, the NCAA issued guidelines in its “Resocialization of Collegiate Sport” document stating that natural immunity is an effective guard against COVID. The report also stated: “A person who has had a documented COVID-19 infection in the past 90 days is considered the equivalent of ‘fully vaccinated.’"