Aaron Rodgers has been on a podcast binge lately. Today marks the third podcast he has appeared on in as many months. This time it was the Joe Rogan Experience, and the two hit the ground running. Right off the bat, Joe Rogan asked how the last year or so of Aaron’s life has been – specifically talking about the public’s reaction to Aaron Rodgers not getting the COVID-19 vaccine. No. 12 went in-depth about where he was coming from and his thinking.
Aaron Rodgers answers COVID-19 Vaccination Question:
Joe Rogan: We should just say it because it’s kind of important. You’re allergic to a medication, or a part, of the vaccine? What is it called?
Aaron Rodgers responded:
Right. PEG. Polyethylene Glycol. I did my research, I think typically speaking because I’m healthy and I take care of myself, getting vaccinated was not on the top of my list. But, I wanted to look into it because everyone was doing it and talking about it and trying to be safe and I wanted to make sure I was doing my part if that’s what was necessary to keep myself safe. My loved ones safe. My teammates safe. At the time, I went on the CDC website and it specifically said “if you’re allergic to PEG, we do not recommend you get vaccinated with the MRNA vaccinations.”
The only other one available was Johnson and Johnson. That has just got pulled at the time for blood clots. So I looked into other options which included an immunization process through holistic doctor. I researched and talked to probably a dozen different MDs. I found a protocol that I felt like was the best available.
This involved a couple month process of taking a diluted strand of the virus. I was doing what the vaccine was supposed to do. It was an oral strand.
No matter your stance on Aaron Rodgers:
It is impossible to deny Aaron Rodgers’s vaccine research. Aaron Rodgers also revealed to Joe Rogan that he contracted COVID-19 during the season (that caused him to miss the Kansas City game) from a fully vaccinated teammate.
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