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Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers discuss the COVID-19 vaccine in his podcast

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In a recent appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience, Aaron Rodgers discussed various topics, including his stance against the COVID-19 vaccine. Joe Rogan disclosed information regarding his vaccination as he said “Know a Lot of People With Pretty Severe Vaccine Injuries”

Joe Rogan discusses the COVID-19 vaccine with Aaron Rodgers

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Joe Rogan also revealed information as he refused to get vaccinated as two of his friends suffered from strokes post vaccination and have pacemakers.

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Aaron Rodgers defends his decision to not get vaccinated in Joe Rogan’s podcast

As the discussions progressed, they talked more about the COVID-19 vaccine. Aaron Rodgers did not get vaccinated, contracted the virus, and missed games during the 2021 season, referred to himself as the “Covid MVP” as he said “I was Covid MVP. I was a two-time MVP during Covid.”

Joe Rogan discusses the COVID-19 vaccine with Aaron Rodgers

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During the interview with Joe Rogan, Rodgers defended his decision not to take the vaccine, emphasizing his commitment to standing for what he believes in. He expressed the view that taking a stance, even if unpopular, is a courageous act, contrasting it with staying silent or being perceived as a coward as he stated “I think, in the end, there’s a decision. You stand for something, you stand courageously for what you believe in – the opposite side of that is either saying nothing or being a coward… I don’t give a f**k.”

Joe Rogan discusses the COVID-19 vaccine with Aaron Rodgers

The quarterback touched on the perception that some people just want athletes to focus on their sport and not express opinions on other matters. However, Rodgers argued for the importance of certain voices of reason and emphasized the responsibility to use his platform to encourage others to stand up for their beliefs.

The controversy around Rodgers’ vaccination status and his outspokenness on the matter has not only impacted his public image but has also sparked discussions about the role and responsibilities of athletes in addressing broader societal issues beyond their respective sports. The interview with Joe Rogan reflects the ongoing tension between personal freedom, public health concerns, and the influence of high-profile individuals in shaping public opinion.

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Saswata Saha
Saswata Saha
I'm a sports enthusiast with a strong interest in pursuing a career in sports. I watch most of the sports and try to analyse it for a better understanding.
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