Aaron Rogers is making headlines again as he sends out attacks on Gavin Newsom, and lands major blows against the liberal Governor.
Aaron Rogers is a future hall of fame quarterback, unless the woke liberal elites try to take that from him over his political statements. Yet, Rogers has been very on point when he is discussing the current state of California, and the damage they have suffered from Newsom’s reign.
Nypost writes. Aaron Rodgers is not thrilled with the leadership in his home state of California.
The Packers quarterback appeared on Bill Maher’s “Club Random” podcast; the episode debuts on Sunday, but SFGate provided a preview.
“State’s going to s–t but I’m hanging on,” Rodgers said of California.
He spoke about the lockdowns that forced business shutdowns in 2020 and 2021.
“I grew up in a small town, very little cases up in Chico, California but all the small businesses? F–king gone,” he said.
He bashed AB 2098, a bill that has passed but has yet to be signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom that would punish doctors for spreading misinformation on COVID-19.
Aaron Rogers has been making some headlines in recent months as he sits down for interviews. In one sit down interview with Joe Rogan, Rodgers took a minute to explain what happened last year, when the entire media establishment began to destroy his life.
The Packers quarterback, whose refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccine was a national story last year, discussed the issue on “The Joe Rogan Experience” in August. Despite saying he had been “immunized” last year, Rodgers admitted that the wording was intentionally misleading.
“I’d been ready the entire time for this question and had thought about how I wanted to answer it,” Rodgers said. “And I had come to the conclusion, I’m gonna say, ‘I’ve been immunized.’ And if there’s a follow-up, then talk about my process.
Aaron Rodgers is correct when he stated California is going to crap. Governor Newsom is leading his state to ruin, and by how it is going, it will take generations to fix.
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