Aaron Rodgers Bombshell: NFL Secretly Administering Derided COVID Drugs

Treatments for COVID-19 incorporating hot-button drugs such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine are being secretly adopted by National Football League teams, according to one of the NFL’s biggest stars.

“I do know, behind the scenes — this is 100% true — there are many teams who are recommending a lot of the same treatments that I got for their players,” Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said in an interview Tuesday with Pat McAfee’s SirusXM show.

Rodgers was referring to his highly publicized bout last month with COVID-19, from which he quickly recovered.

In the interview, the future Hall of Famer took aim at the censorship of criticism of the COVID-19 vaccines.

“If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda,” Rodgers said. “That’s the truth.”

Along with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, Rodgers was treated for COVID-19 with monoclonal antibodies, zinc, and vitamins C and D. The Packers star told McAfee the treatment was recommended by podcaster and friend Joe Rogan, who recovered quickly from his own bout with COVID-19.

“I’m not some uneducated person who’s throwing stuff out there,” Rodgers said. “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.”

Rodgers called for a debate about the COVID vaccines between CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Peter McCullough, whose recent interview with Rogan has drawn more than 40 million views.

“Let’s have a debate,” Rodgers said. “Let’s hear about sides. Wouldn’t that be awesome?”

He asked further: “When did we lose the ability to respect somebody’s opinion?’ he continued. ‘My thoughts are just my own opinion on this matter.”

WND reported Tuesday the NFL’s chief medical officer is affirming studies that show the COVID-19 pandemic is being driven by symptomatic individuals. The fear of asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic spread is largely the premise for the COVID-19 lockdowns and mask mandates.

Rodgers described himself as “immunized” when asked during training camp in August if he had been vaccinated for COVID-19, without disclosing he was referring to treatments prescribed by a doctor.

In early November, his vaccination status came to light, prompting a media firestorm. when he tested positive for COVID-19 and was required to quarantine for 10 days, according to league rules. In a previous interview with McAfee, Rodgers apologized “to anybody who felt misled.”

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