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Aaron Rodgers tests positive for Covid


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12 minutes ago, The NFL Shield At Midfield said:

I sleep well knowing I've done the best I can to harden my immune system against fools like you running around licking doorknobs. 

Yeah I bet an 80 pound malnourished North Korean on the edge of death in Hwasong Political Prison Camp looks at Americans having to either get tested weekly or get vaccinated and a professional athlete who's wealthier than they can even understand who doesn't want to get an arm owie (but is willing to get an experimental antibody treatment) and counts his blessings.  foh

Did you even watch his explanation, bro?

He is allergic to ingredients in the MRNA vaccines and everyone was told about the clotting and to not get the J and J vaccine. What more do you want him to do?

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17 hours ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

If he wants to be a member of our society, it's plenty of people's business. 

Until Aaron is able to act like a responsible adult and get vaccinated, he can remain isolated.

Unless I forgot were in the USA not a communist country , so it’s nobody business. So you must think we  should tell people what to eat, drink and what they smoke also. You do know Rodgers is not the only starting QB in the NFL who did what he thinks is right for him.

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14 hours ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

I'm old enough to remember a time when the majority of Americans willingly got vaccinated, knowing it was the right thing to do for themselves and those around them.  Those few that didn't get vaccinated were considered weirdos and conspiracy nuts.  

Some things never change.

So you think the Tuskegee experiment was a conspiracy ? 

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14 minutes ago, Cam's New Arm said:

Right wing extremists like yourself frequently resort to labeling those they disagree with as communists.  Calling someone a communist is a clear indication to me that people like yourself are unable to come up with a viable defense for your position so you resort to name calling.  

I don't tend to respond to individuals that are incapable of providing a well reasoned response so consider yourself fortunate.

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5 hours ago, TDGone said:

So you think the Tuskegee experiment was a conspiracy ? 

Well besides the fact that you bringing this up being a major red herring, the Tuskegee experiments have nothing to do with vaccines or believing that they're a conspiracy.

Also that disgusting part of history led to more medical oversights and regulations (OHRP, national review boards and other federal regulations), something I'm sure you're ironically against. 

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17 minutes ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

Right wing extremists like yourself frequently resort to labeling those they disagree with as communists.  Calling someone a communist is a clear indication to me that people like yourself are unable to come up with a viable defense for your position so you resort to name calling.  

I don't tend to respond to individuals that are incapable of providing a well reasoned response so consider yourself fortunate.

When people position false propaganda over any form of free communication, comparisons are apt to happen. If perhaps your affiliated party has this comparison often, it may mean something dire is at play within it.

@NanuqoftheNorth you didn't reply to this: He is allergic to ingredients in the MRNA vaccines and everyone was told about the clotting and to not get the J and J vaccine. What more do you want him to do?

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39 minutes ago, Cam's New Arm said:

1. Aaron was asked directly by a reporter if he had been vaccinated (prior to the public finding out recently that he wasn't).  Rodgers responded to the reporter by saying "Yeah, I've been "vaccinated"." Which we now know was a lie.

So, Aaron is a proven liar when it comes to COVID.  He should no longer be viewed as a credible source of information about his health status.  Therefore, when Aaron makes a claim like "I'm allergic" he will now need to provide supporting evidence for such a claim to be accepted as fact.

2. Furthermore, if Aaron were actually allergic to ALL three of the available vaccines, there would be no need for him to lie about being vaccinated.  The NFL's COVID protocol provides allowances for those who are not vaccinated to still play.  Instead of following those known protocols, Rodgers chose to ignore them, risking not only his own health, but also the health of all those who came in contact with him.  Many who came in contact with him did so after being misled into believing he was indeed vaccinated.

That is pretty irresponsible/shitty behavior by anyone, but especially by someone who is counted on by his teammates and many others to be healthy and prepared to play every Sunday.

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35 minutes ago, Cam's New Arm said:

When people position false propaganda over any form of free communication, comparisons are apt to happen. If perhaps your affiliated party has this comparison often, it may mean something dire is at play within it.

@NanuqoftheNorth you didn't reply to this: He is allergic to ingredients in the MRNA vaccines and everyone was told about the clotting and to not get the J and J vaccine. What more do you want him to do?

Everything you've posted above falls under the category of:  Claims Without Evidence.

During the last 4 years we have all witnessed how those on the far right repeatedly believe ridiculous claims without any supporting evidence.

At this point, lying Aaron Rodgers, violator of the NFL's COVID Protocol, will need to provide evidence for his claims.  We're waiting.

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Aaron has certainly put State Farm in a pickle.  What will they do?

Meanwhile:

Prevea Health announced Saturday that it would be no longer continue its partnership with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

"Prevea Health remains deeply committed to protecting its patients, staff, providers and communities amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes encouraging and helping all eligible populations to become vaccinated against COVID-19 to prevent the virus from further significantly impacting lives and livelihoods," the statement said.

Prevea Health has more than 80 clinic and hospital locations across Wisconsin, and is partnered with six Hospital Sisters Health System hospitals in the state.

The announcement comes after Rodgers publicly made a series of misleading and false claims about COVID-19 Friday during an appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show."

Among Rodgers' misleading statements were that unvaccinated individuals are not bearing the brunt of the pandemic, that the COVID-19 vaccine may cause fertility issues and that experts "don't know a lot about" the vaccine. Rodgers also said that he has been taking ivermectin, a drug that the Food and Drug Administration says has not been approved for the treatment of COVID-19 or any other viral infection.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2021/11/06/aaron-rodgers-dumped-prevea-health-after-covid-19-comments/6319228001/

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For someone who claims to have dedicated copious amounts of time to researching COVID and COVID vaccines, Aaron Rodgers sure is confused.

Studies have shown that unvaccinated people are dramatically more likely to be hospitalized and die of COVID-19 than those who have been vaccinated. In September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a study that found that unvaccinated people were 4.5 times more likely to get infected, 10 times more likely to be hospitalized and 11 times more likely to die when infected, even with the delta variant. The study took place across 13 states and included data from 600,000 cases since April 2021.

Additionally, COVID-19 vaccine development has been in the works for close to 20 years, tracing back to the emergence of SARS. While COVID-19 vaccines were developed quickly, the CDC assures that the vaccine is safe and has been delivered to the public "under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history."

The J&J vaccine was briefly paused earlier this year after concerns about blood clotting. The CDC reports that after 15.5 million J&J shots have been administered there’s a .00031% chance of getting Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome (or blood clots) from a dose.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2021/11/06/aaron-rodgers-dumped-prevea-health-after-covid-19-comments/6319228001/

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5 hours ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

Right wing extremists like yourself frequently resort to labeling those they disagree with as communists.  Calling someone a communist is a clear indication to me that people like yourself are unable to come up with a viable defense for your position so you resort to name calling.  

I don't tend to respond to individuals that are incapable of providing a well reasoned response so consider yourself fortunate.

If the shoe fits we’re it , your the one who names call anybody who disagree with you as a right wing extremist .You said you want to isolated anybody who doesn’t agree with you , well I believe in the freedom to choose so if somebody wants to take or don”t take a shot I’m ok with them either way.

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5 hours ago, Floppin said:

Well besides the fact that you bringing this up being a major red herring, the Tuskegee experiments have nothing to do with vaccines or believing that they're a conspiracy.

Also that disgusting part of history led to more medical oversights and regulations (OHRP, national review boards and other federal regulations), something I'm sure you're ironically against. 

Well I’m not ok with what they did at the Tuskegee experiment and when somebody post that Americans willingly took part I think it was a shame to what they did to these people who had no idea .But I guess somebody like you is ok to do this to people if it benefits the better of man. 

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