Aaron Rodgers Responds to Keith Olbermann with Some Advice

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Aaron Rodgers suffered an apparent Achilles tear Monday night against the Jets. An MRI confirmed the injury. He’s out for the season.

But because Rodgers didn’t jab himself with the coronavirus vaccine, some wicked people online are joyful over his injury.

Like Keith Olbermann.

Keith Olbermann

Olbermann mocked Rodgers by posting six syringe emojis on X with the caption, “Another #SuddenLisfranc due to failure to vaccinate.”

Obviously, he’s no scientist, and there is no correlation. He gives a new meaning to the word “ridiculous.”

Most people realize Keith is insane. His leftism is his only friend. He attacks everyone he disagrees with malevolently but should never be taken seriously.

Aaron Rodgers didn’t take it seriously. On NFL punter Pat McAfee’s podcast, he gave a clever response.

When asked about it, he said, “Go get your fifth booster, Keith.”

Rob Schmitt of Newsmax wrote on X, “If you’re such a big pharma guy, try some of their antipsychotics.”

Jason Rantz of KTTH said, “It’s like you’re trying to get literally everyone to see you as the absolute garbage human being that you are.”

Some people posted a photo of champion Novak Djokovic and said, “he looks okay.”

Many said, “Nobody likes you.”


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Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
5 months ago

Aaron Rogers is a leader of men. He did not follow the nRNA craziness.
Novak Djokovic put his money where his mouth was, he gave up riches to not fall for the disgusting pressure to take an evil vaccine.
Brave leaders are needed, people willing to set an example.
Anyone, fortunate enough to have studied cell physiology, could discern the dangers of an mRNA vaccine and should have refused it. The evidence was clearly available on the net before the vaccine was rolled out. Did you care enough to read it before putting the dangerous poison in your body, and avoid it?

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
5 months ago

Talk is cheap! Actions count!