How did Aaron Rodgers, an NFL quarterback who makes over $30 million a year, make such a poor decision, choosing a homeopathic “vaccine” getting vaccinated and protected against COVID?
Like many people, he listened to the wrong people when doing his vaccine “research…”
Aaron Rodgers COVID Vaccine Research Fumble
If he had really done his research, he would have known that:
- homeopathic remedies do not work as treatments if your are sick with COVID or to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infections
- if he truly had a severe allergic reaction or an immediate allergic reaction to any ingredient in an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, then he could still have gotten the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine
- while there is a small risk of blood clots associated with the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, it is in women, not men
- COVID vaccines do not cause fertility problems
- natural immunity isn’t superior to the protection you get from vaccines because you have to earn that natural immunity, taking all of the risks that come with getting COVID, a life-threatening infection
Did he find any of that information while doing his vaccine research?
Or like many others, did he simply review anti-vaccine misinformation and get bad advice that would reinforce his decision to not get vaccinated and protected?
More than anything else, Aaron Rodgers’ COVID vaccine research fumble should be a lesson on how to not do research about vaccines.
After all, if your vaccine research leads you to homeopathic vaccines, getting sick with COVID, and taking medical advice from Joe Rogan, then you are definitely doing something wrong…
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