Aaron Rodgers Is A Liar And Maybe That’s Why His Family Hates Him

It was revealed this morning that Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has tested positive for COVID and would miss the upcoming game against the Kansas City Chiefs, in an epic battle of some of the most overrated QB’s of all time.

This all would have been well and good for the “you can still test positive for COVID even after being vaccinated so what’s the point” crowd, except that Aaron Rodgers cannot play because he actually never was vaccinated, despite telling everyone in an open forum that he was months ago.

However upon reflection, Aaron Rodgers may have tricked us all into believing he is an upstanding member of society and the NFL, much like he did with his own family for 30 years.

What he actually said was he was “immunized” and then followed it with “there’s guys on the team that haven’t been vaccinated. I think it’s a personal decision. I’m not going to judge those guys. There are guys that’ve been vaccinated that have contracted COVID. It’s an interesting issue that we’re going to see played out the entire season.”

Reading this again very clearly he was never vaccinated. Allegedly Rodgers got some sort of experimental treatment that was not approved as a vaccine alternative. No way Shailene Woodley would allow such a level headed, scientific health procedure, just doesn’t fit with the brand. After playing a girl who got pregnant after losing her virginity for so many years, you’d think she’d believe in contraception.

This also begs the question, is Aaron Rodgers a pathological liar? Is that why his family started to hate him in the first place? Seems likely. Good thing that he doesn’t need to worry about going to a crowded Thanksgiving party!

As a Patriots fan I’d be remiss not to mention that if this was Tom Brady circa 2000-2019, the Patriots would immediately be stripped of multiple draft picks and Bill Belichick may be put in jail. But this is Aaron Rodgers, so Roger Goodell will likely suddenly have a conference in Dubai to attend.


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