Pro Football COVID Update: Green Bay QB Rogers Back Today After Taking Ivermectin, Pittsburgh QB Roethlisberger Vaccinated But Out with COVID


COVID Craziness continues in the NFL.  Green Bay Packer QB Aaron Rogers is back playing this week after testing positive for COVID this past week and not being vaccinated.  Pittsburgh Steeler QB Ben Roethlisberger is out after contracting COVID after being vaccinated.

JD Rucker at the Freedom First Network shares this morning:

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is cleared to return to action Sunday after sitting out with Covid-19. He drew plenty of controversy after saying he was vaccinated, then having to admit that he wasn’t when he tested positive.

Now, another future Hall of Fame quarterback is out. Pittsburgh Steeler Ben Roethlisberger also claims that he’s vaccinated. We’ll soon know if that’s true since he’s out for Sunday with Covid.

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Rucker notes the obvious that it’s no one’s business who has taken the COVID vaccine and who hasn’t.  However, it is notable that Rogers first claimed he was vaccinated, but then was found out not to be.  Then instead of taking the vaccination, Rogers announced he was planning to take Ivermectin.

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Roethlisberger also claimed to have taken the vaccine.  We may find out the answer to that this week as well.

Institutions that mandate vaccines are showing the world their ignorance and that they don’t give a damn about individual rights or freedoms.  It’s nobody’s business who has taken the COVID vaccine and who has not.  Nobody’s.

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