NFL legend and current Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has dropped the hammer on Democrat President Joe Biden.
Rodgers shredded Biden’s supporters, questioning how he could get 81 million votes after seeing “his attempts at public speaking.”
“We isolate ourselves into these echo chambers where we’re only going to listen to things or read things or watch things that confirm our initial thoughts about things,” Rodgers said.
“That’s no way to grow; that just keeps us divided even more.
“When the president of the United States says, ‘This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,’ it’s because him and his constituents, which, I don’t know how there are any if you watch any of his attempts at public speaking, but I guess he got 81 million votes.
“But when you say stuff like that, and then you have the CDC, which, how do you even trust them, but then they come out and talk about 75% of the COVID deaths have at least four comorbidities.
“And you still have this fake White House set saying that this is the pandemic of the unvaccinated, that’s not helping the conversation.
“I was laughing about it before. I was moving some books over and replacing some things behind me, I was like, ‘Oh dude, I could never read this book.’
“It’s however many pages.
“That’s how stupid this thing is.
“I’m reading some mentions or Twitter stuff and these people are loving me up.
“They’re like, ‘Oh yeah, libertarian, blah, blah, blah.’ I’m like, ‘What the f—?’ And then the people on the other side canceled me. ‘That’s kind of trashy, he’s reading Ayn Rand.’
“I’m like, ‘I haven’t read it!’
“And even if I did, who gives a s—?
“It’s a book. I can read something and not immediately have it overtake my personal ideologies.
“And that’s the problem with society, is everything is triggering and offensive. It’s wild.
“I think for so long in my life, I was very private about everything and didn’t like really a whole lot of anything out there.
“And I still do enjoy a separation of private life and [professional] life, but there were far too many people who were trying to write the narrative of my life and writing things or speaking for me that perpetuated this idea about who I was or what I felt or what the truth was that was just patently false.
“So, it wasn’t so much about caring what people said about me, it was wanting to halt narratives about me that are just, at their core, not true.
“I always felt like there are things you can’t measure.
“I’m not the tallest guy, I’m not the fastest guy by any means, but I feel like I have the intangibles.
“And I’ve grown over the years.
“All great competitors have to be first critical of themselves and look for growth opportunities, and there are things I’ve said and done that I wish I’d done better over the years.
“But I’ve always tried to lead with authenticity and stay true to who I was.
“We need more people reading books instead of sitting on their asses watching TV.
“When in the course of human history has the side that’s doing the censoring and trying to shut people up and make them show papers and marginalize a part of the community ever been [the correct side]?
“We’re censoring dissenting opinions?
“What are we trying to do?
“Save people from being able to determine the validity on their own or to listen and to think about things and come to their own conclusion?
“Freedom of speech is dangerous now if it doesn’t align with the mainstream narrative?
“That’s, I think first and foremost, what I wanted people to understand, and what people should understand is that there’s censorship in this country going on right now.
“Are they censoring terrorists or pedophiles?
“Criminals who have Twitter profiles?
“No, they’re censoring people, and they’re shadow-banning people who have dissenting opinions about vaccines. Why is that?
“When you censor and make pariahs out of anybody who questions what you believe in or what the mainstream narrative is, that doesn’t make any sense,” he said.