Packers’ QB Aaron Rodgers accuses “Big Pharma” of conspiring to portray him as “Villain”

Aaron Rodgers has said and done some questionable things over the years, but this latest conspiracy against Big Pharma has to be at the top of the list in terms of ridiculousness.

Whatever your opinions are regarding covid vaccines, it’s difficult to imagine big pharma wanting to defame a football star for his medical analysis. The vaccine controversy surrounding Aaron Rodgers has calmed down, but the Green Bay Packers quarterback is still fighting Big Pharma.

The Packers quarterback has received some unfavorable headlines in the last year or two. Instead of taking such attacks on him at face value, Rodgers argues that the criticism is the consequence of pharmaceutical giants such as Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna waging war against him through the media.

“If you take the right sound bite from the right thing and it’s a station that may or may not have in the past been brought to you by Pfizer they gotta make sure their villain gets cast in the correct light,” Packers QB Aaron Rodgers told in a show on Tuesday.

“And whether or not they’re sponsored by Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson, whatever it might be, when you go up against some of those powers that be, put yourself in the crosshairs, they’re gonna paint you a certain way. And that’s what the media did to me a couple of years ago. That’s fine. That’s their prerogative. That’s what they wanted to do.”

Rodgers notoriously told the media in 2021 that he was “immunized” when asked if he had been vaccinated. And now Rodgers is claiming big pharma of being behind his alleged media villainization after opposing the Covid-19 vaccination.

His future with the Green Bay Packers remains the most pressing question of this offseason, but it appears that it is definitely not the only thing on his mind right now.


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