Aaron Rodgers and Joe Rogan counter censorship with Covid truths


The censors, on behalf of the government, worked meticulously to bury the very truths that Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers exposed in a viral podcast episode over the weekend.

Common sense has lost the war of messages during the Covid-19 pandemic. The left’s stranglehold on communications institutions, corporate media and social media, has allowed Democratic politicians to turn their desired perception of the virus and the subsequent response into consensus – from origins to lockdowns, from masks to vaccines.

Messaging becomes perception and perception becomes reality. And the message was that if you don’t squat and double mask and grow stronger, you’ll die and kill your sweet elderly neighbor.

Admit it; you believed it at first.

Facebook and Twitter dutifully helped by banning opposition voices. Big tech refuse critics of mask mandates and mRNA vaccines to publish mixed messages. Tech companies buried those who promoted research that went against the mainstream narrative. Just now, two years later, can a YouTube user cite studies that prove masks were ineffective against the spread.

Leaked documents show that Twitter ruled at the behest of the White House. The government cannot suppress criticism under the protection of the First Amendment. But its media and tech lackeys can bury and harass said critics. So they did.

Through censorship and fear of retaliation, skeptics of the Covid response have had megaphones of insufficient range. Warning labels bomb social media posts criticizing the vaccine’s effectiveness to date.

Those who made it past the guards are still vastly outnumbered by Big Tech and the corporate press. Often only one side of the argument had access to the proverbial megaphone, no matter the data.

But within three hours, in a smoky, condensed Texas man cave, Rodgers and Rogan enacted the precise truths that the government and its allies have worked so diligently to undo.

Rodgers and Rogan pulled back the curtain on Covid lies in the biggest arena yet, a podcast episode that likely doubled the viewership of 11 million regular users.

They put a mirror in the face of officials who promoted a vaccine that prevented contracting the virus, including President Joe Biden:

If you’re not talking gibberish, it’s Biden saying, “You’re not going to get Covid if you have these vaccines.”

Later, Rodgers revealed how continued advocacy of unfair vaccination mandates sparked draconian workplace action:

Said Rodgers, “On the third day of training camp, they sent this minion, and he showed these slides about your vaccination percentage on your team. Where are you compared to the rest of the league? And I started asking him about liability. “Oh, I’m not a lawyer. Okay, cool. But you’re here to talk about all these different things, and you’re not talking about anybody’s personal health issues. There are no exemptions, you removed religious exemptions, you removed PEG exemptions, you removed anyone’s ability to have an “I don’t want to do that” opinion.

The NFL sent a minion to the Packers’ camp to convince players that the vaccine prevents infection on July 31, 2021 – a week after Dr. Deborah Birx admitted that Covid shots did not prevent infection and months after several reported breakthrough cases.

Obviously, we weren’t supposed to let the facts get in the way.

On Sunday, an angry writer for NBCSports dot com accused Rodgers of “dragging on a dead issue” during his meeting with Rogan. It’s quite the opposite.

Rodgers sparked a conversation that had yet to take place in a public place. Workers across the country were understandably afraid to tell stories of how their employers forced them to get vaccinated. And many are still because of a paycheck. But following the conversation, there was an influx of users who said their employer also used coercive onboarding tactics to increase vaccination rates.

Rodgers opened the door to normal workers to tell their story.

Hot reporters downplay the episode to a conversation between two white guys who dropped out of college. No surprises. Rodgers and Rogan have made no group look worse than the press, which has offered to serve their masters during the pandemic.

Rodgers and Rogan burn the foundations of Covid lies.

The two “uneducated” brothers, not educated at Yale New York Times writers, have raised awareness of the compromised relationship between television networks and Big Pharma.

The mainstream media did not inform readers that Big Pharma helps fund the news agencies that encouraged the hit without question. Rogan, not Maggie Haberman, cited a study that found that Big Pharma is a major source of news advertising revenue.

Pharmaceutical ads help pay the salary of the ABC anchor who uttered the words “Winter of Death” in a melodramatic tone. Media is brought to you by Pfizer.

In a way, Rodgers and Rogan are the biggest threat to the defense of the Covid response, to hopes of fooling the public again. These are not right-wing crazies who only reach the fringe. Both Rogan and Rodgers called Barack Obama their favorite president during the episode.

Unlike Republican politicians and conservative media pundits, Rogan and Rodgers supporters aren’t just political. They don’t speak to an echo chamber but to individuals through comedy, entertainment, sports and all political persuasions. Their audiences do not inherently share a similar worldview.

More people will consume this podcast episode, either in its entirety or in its thought-provoking virality, than any program on CNN or MSNBC that defends the government against these two nasty parasites.

Rogan and Rodgers belong to a rare class of celebrities who aren’t dependent on Twitter or media patronage. Rogan hosts the most popular podcast in the country. Rodgers is the top player on the nation’s biggest TV show, the NFL.

The media personality and QB under the greatest microscope focused on the mishaps the government tried to bury, the facts the censors suppressed.

They cannot be censored. They are part of the Uncancellables.

If you hadn’t seen the data, the mask mandates turned out to be moot, the vaccine is more of a therapy than a vaccine, lockdowns have damaged society and our leaders have openly lied to us.

In three highly consumed hours, Rogan and Rodgers provided a big downside to the two-year quest to normalize government overreach. They got into the lies that the CDC and the media spread. They told the truths about Covid that social media strangled. The episode pulled back the curtain on the Big Pharma charade.

Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers have intervened in the messaging war, the root of the widespread and ongoing Covid hysteria.


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