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Aaron Rodgers did a fantastic job of dispelling the image and goodwill he's been working towards by showing up on Joe Rogan, comparing his lying about being vaccinated to the NFL to MLK, saying that he "did his own research" (helped by Joe Rogan, of course) and being a scumbag in general. Has the gall to say "I'm not antivax!" and then proceed to endorse anything he found on the internet that confirmed his views.

It's amazing how anyone who brings up "cancel culture" is always a millionaire, able to say so in the media without any pushback and is always brought up when they themselves fuck up.

Here's hoping the investigation of the Packers for working with Rodgers results in a few suspensions and firings - Rodgers is definitely going to lose a few endorsements over this, Previa Health - a Wisconsin healthcare provider - just dropped him. And that the Packers lose - that'll be a nice retirement fuck you to Rodgers.

But of course, Rodgers is now claiming he's the victim of a witch hunt and is "disappointed with the media".

A witch hunt, in his eyes, because he didn't get a pass for lying to the league and the media about it, and that the NFL will not take the fall for him:


Another poor millionaire who is mad that we cannot see him as the "true victim".
 
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Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Aaron Rodgers did a fantastic job of dispelling the image and goodwill he's been working towards by showing up on Joe Rogan, comparing his lying about being vaccinated to the NFL to MLK, saying that he "did his own research" (helped by Joe Rogan, of course) and being a scumbag in general. Has the gall to say "I'm not antivax!" and then proceed to endorse anything he found on the internet that confirmed his views.

It's amazing how anyone who brings up "cancel culture" is always a millionaire, able to say so in the media without any pushback and is always brought up when they themselves fuck up.

Here's hoping the investigation of the Packers for working with Rodgers results in a few suspensions and firings - Rodgers is definitely going to lose a few endorsements over this, Previa Health - a Wisconsin healthcare provider - just dropped him. And that the Packers lose - that'll be a nice retirement fuck you to Rodgers.

But of course, Rodgers is now claiming he's the victim of a witch hunt and is "disappointed with the media".

A witch hunt, in his eyes, because he didn't get a pass for lying to the league and the media about it, and that the NFL will not take the fall for him:


Another poor millionaire who is mad that we cannot see him as the "true victim".


VP Rodgers, POTUS Rogan 2024
 
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Bernnie Federko

TRIBE Member
Britain takes different approach as much of Europe clamps down amid fourth wave of COVID-19

As much of Europe begins to tighten restrictions to curb a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases, Britain remains an island of calm and the government has no plans to change its relatively light-touch approach to the disease, Europe correspondent Paul Waldie reports.

Soaring infections in many European countries have led to the introduction of curfews, new vaccine passport rules and tighter regulations surrounding face coverings, sparking protests in many.

Britain, by contrast, has seen very little movement in its daily infection rate and there has been no attempt to tighten already minimal social restrictions. The government has been banking heavily on vaccines and hoping that Britons are slowly learning how to live with the virus.

In other COVID-19 developments: More provinces are revealing the timing for the rollout of vaccinations for children 5 to 11. Parents in Ontario can start booking appointments tomorrow, with vaccination expected to begin Thursday. Saskatchewan expects to begin vaccinations on Wednesday. Check out our explainer here for what to know about efficacy, side effects and more.
 
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