When Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19, he infuriated the mainstream media by telling America he followed Joe Rogan’s advice to treat the virus.
On the Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers said he took ivermectin and other measures that included monoclonal antibodies, zinc, vitamin C, vitamin D, and HCQ.
Aaron Rodgers says he's listening to Joe Rogan's advice on how to battle COVID-19 and he's also taking Ivermectin.
Prepare for media heads to explode. pic.twitter.com/DXjGJrwif6
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) November 5, 2021
Rodgers added that the left is "really gonna hate the fact that I'm 48 hours in [testing positive], and I consulted with a now-good friend of mine Joe Rogan"https://t.co/To9iWnoiGX
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) November 5, 2021
Rodgers felt great within days and returned to the field in a week to lead the Green Bay Packers.
The MVP quarterback made another appearance on the Pat McAfee Show this week and told his audience that several NFL teams use the same types of treatments he used to ward off COVID-19.
Rodgers stated, “If science can’t be questioned it’s not science, it’s propaganda.”
Watch Rodgers elaborate below:
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) December 28, 2021
Gateway Pundit provided this excerpt from the interview:
Aaron Rodgers: I think one of my issues and I brought this up many times is that one, they don’t talk about the fact that guys are getting better, people are getting better using these things. That’s fine if you don’t want to talk about that. But how come in a league we are seeing, what 52 guys on the list yesterday? There is still zero conversation, at least publicly, about treatment options for people that test positive. I do know behind the scenes. This is 100% true. There are many teams who are using, who are recommending a lot of the same treatments that I got for their players… If science can’t be questioned it’s not science then it’s propaganda.
Rodgers has continued to rile the left over his thoughts and ideas about the coronavirus. Last week, for instance, Rodgers scolded the virus fanatics saying that the discussions of COVID should be about health, not politics.
“Throughout this entire time, there hasn’t been real conversations around health…As far as giving people, you know, things to think about when it comes to how to be healthier, right, as far as your diet, vitamins, exercise and those kinds of things,” Rodgers told McAfee on Dec. 21.
Rodgers also demanded a “full apology” from the Wall Street Journal for saying he had “COVID toe.”
Rodgers also blasted those who attacked him for not taking the vaccine. In November he admitted that the main reason he did not take any of the vaccines is because he is allergic to some of the ingredients on them.