Gotta love it when sports stars decide to use their brain instead of their ego to make a real political stand, and NFL superstar Aaron Rodgers is one such athlete.
Rather than fall in line with the rest of the woke stars turning their backs on the flag, national anthem, and pretty much every other element of a nation that made athletic superstars filthy rich in the first place, Rodgers has decided to go against the grain and make thinking great again.
“I don’t wanna be part of any politics at all. I believe what I believe. Most of it I based on my own personal version of common sense and I don’t believe in partisanship,” Rodgers recently declared.
Seriously. After all, former President Trump revealed just how messed up things are on both sides of the political spectrum, considering the number of career politicians masquerading as conservative representatives in Washington, D.C.
“Partisanship – two-party system has f***ing ruined this country,” Rodgers declared.
That’s precisely why individuals such as Trump are such disruptors, given that they fall a bit out of line with the prescribed two-party system packed with politicians coming up on 30-50+ years of “service.”
Service that oftentimes turns them into multimillionaires, a la Pelosi family and their rumored $300M+ net worth.
Comedian Bill Maher, a liberal who is now considered conservative due to having an iota of common sense, also concurred with Rodgers with regards to the vaccine mandates and COVID lockdowns.
“This is ideology. This is not medicine, this is indoctrination. And to me, the frightening thing was never the disease itself. The frightening thing was how much you could get people so quickly to change their way of life,” Maher remarked.
Rodgers agreed, noting that “two weeks” quickly became a whole lot more than two weeks.
“It was altruistic at first … like, all right, take two weeks to flatten the curve, right? But then, just about every conspiracy theory came true. Vaccine mandates, vaccine passports … lockdowns,” Rodgers remarked, “and that’s my whole problem.”
That’s been many people’s problem. After all, who likes to be told their business will be closed for roughly two weeks, only for it to become two years?
Which is precisely why many businesses have permanently closed, as also observed by Rodgers.
“You know, I grew up in a small town, very little cases up in Chico, California, but all the small businesses? F***ing gone,” Rodgers raged.
That would be because Emperor Newsom shuttered all businesses except his own, clearly to make Californians more dependent on the government.
Coincidentally, the City of Los Angeles has started issuing monthly $500 payments to “qualified families,” further supporting the dependency thesis.
“What are we doing for them? What are we doing for the small businesses?” Rodgers demanded.
In an authoritarian regime, apparently nothing, as individual business means individual power.
Authoritarian powers can’t have that, so they shut down all enterprise in the name of “public health.”
Rodgers also bemoaned what happened to his home state on the Joe Rogan show, where he discussed public officials’ absurd closure of open-air beaches.
“They closed the beaches in California,” Rodgers said in disbelief, “they closed the beaches where I live in California and all around the coast.”
Yep, even though masks were always pointless outdoors, California felt compelled to show that the mighty virus could apparently override the winds of the Pacific Ocean, a totally false claim, but a claim that justified turning the state into a continuous prison.
The media also took the time to demonize anyone who questioned the almighty Big Pharma solution: the vaccine.
“They [media] were doing this, I called it a witch hunt, where they were asking every single player ‘are you vaccinated?’” Rodgers continued.
Like McCarthyism all over again, albeit with vaccines instead.
Rodgers began making questioning great again long before 2022, however, as evidenced by his 2021 appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show.”
“When did science become this blind agreement and not having any debate over what can actually heal people and work for people? That makes no sense to me,” Rodgers inquired.
It only makes sense if one is aiming to disempower a nation’s governance structures, just the way globalist Soros wants.
“If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda, and that’s the truth,” Rodgers added.
That’s absolutely correct. However, questions are dangerous for authoritarian regimes … which is why they’ve been effectively eliminated from numerous debates.
Author: Ofelia Thornton