Aaron Rodgers made the news quite a bit lately, and all because of his thoughts on Covid-19 and the vaccine. It’s no lie that he is a blatant anti-vaxer and he has not shied away from his beliefs, despite the controversy that has followed him around since making his highly scrutinized statements. He has just recently made yet another shocking statement, and it has many people wondering about his controversial Covid-19 Med Regimen.
When he contracted the virus – the Delta Variant – he took a combination of Ivermectin and a plethora of other drugs in order to battle the virus, which he eventually did. The protocol he tried was similar to that of Joe Rogan’s, which was made famous or infamous – depending on how you look at it – and both men claim to have battled said virus well with the aforementioned cocktail of meds.
Now, Rodgers is saying that many others in the NFL are prescribing the very same cocktail to those that have caught the virus and its variants, TMZ reports. It was during an appearance on the Pat McAfee show, a broadcast he has appeared on a lot in recent months, telling of his beliefs during these insane times.
“I do know, behind the scenes, this is 100 percent true; there are many teams who are using — who are recommending a lot of the same treatments that I got for their players. If you have Delta like I did,” Rodgers said. “There’s treatment options that actually help.
If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda. That’s the truth. I’m not some uneducated person who’s throwing stuff out there,” Rodgers added. If you want to rip on me because I took horse dewormer, and whatever else you want to talk about, that’s fine. But I also got better in 48 hours. And I had symptoms.”
Those that support the vaccines would caution against what he has said in recent history, but some are opening their eyes to the possibility of what he is saying to be truth. To be clear, we are not saying what is truth and fiction. We are merely reporting the opinions tossed back and forth.
In a time when science and lies are spreading like wildfire, it’s hard for anyone to know who is telling the truth and who isn’t, so it only adds to the confusion, many feel. Yet, it is clear that for the sports field – across all sports – it is a trying time for sure, and with growing concerns, it just may get worse before it gets better.