When NFL players knelt on the field while our nation’s anthem was being played, Bradshaw said he defended their right to protest but warned that NFL ratings were going to fall as a result. While hosting the pregame Fox NFL Sunday show this afternoon, co-host Terry Bradshaw trashed one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all time, Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers. The wildly popular NFL quarterback made the personal decision for medical reasons not to get a COVID vaccine that has so far, according to the VAERS report, killed over 17,000 people.

Bradshaw, the outspoken Fox NFL Sunday host, had a lot to say about Aaron Rodgers not being vaccinated and then becoming infected with the CCP virus. But, unfortunately, for the host who was spewing leftist talking points about those who make the personal decision not to be vaccinated, most of what he said was simply not true.

Back in August, Rodgers reported that he was immunized, which everyone assumed meant he’d received the Covid vaccine. However, after recently testing positive for Covid-19, it came to light that he actually had received homeopathic treatment instead. This of course has resulted in heated backlash from the media and various public figures claiming he “lied” and even going so far as to blame Rodgers’ fiancée, Shailene Woodley, for turning him on to homeopathic remedies.

Rodgers and fiancée Shailene Woodley

Everyone is up in arms over Aaron supposedly lying to the public and not blindly conforming to the standards set for him by the Left, however, he never confirmed that he got a vaccine for Covid…  Liberals just assumed everyone would approach this disease the same way they wanted them to. God forbid someone chooses their own path to maintain their personal health, right? What about privacy surrounding your medical health records?

“I’ll give Aaron Rodgers some advice. It would have been nice if he had just come to the Naval Academy and learned how to be honest,” Bradshaw said as the cameras cut to a group of cheering students at the Naval Academy, giving viewers the impression they were cheering for Bradshaw. Their cheers, however, had nothing to do with Bradshaw’s comments. Bradshaw then crossed the line, “Learn not to lie,” Bradshaw said, adding, “Because that’s what you did, Aaron. You lied to everyone!” He continued, “I understand ‘immunized,’ What you were doing was taking stuff that would keep you from getting COVID-19. You got COVID-19!”

FOX NFL Sunday host Terry Bradshaw

And then, in the ultimate, I have no idea what the hell I’m talking about moment, Bradshaw called a drug that’s been safely administered to humans for decades, a “cattle dewormer.” The snarky host who just called Rodgers a liar on national tv turned around and attempted to deceive his viewers, “Ivermectin is a cattle dewormer. Sorry, folks, that’s what it is. We are a divided nation politically. We are a divided nation on COVID-19, whether or not to take the vaccine. And unfortunately, we’ve got players that pretty much think only about themselves. And I’m extremely disappointed in the actions of Aaron Rodgers.”

Somebody needs to tell Bradshaw that vaccinated people are getting COVID and spreading COVID every day in America. Somebody also needs to explain to Bradshaw that the cancel culture will not prevail against Americans who believe that we should never surrender our right to be free of government coercion. The more the authoritarian left and their lackeys in the media, like Bradshaw, push back against Americans fighting for the right to choose what is or is not injected into their bodies, the louder the freedom fighters become.


What do you think? Should NFL hosts pretend to be experts in science? Should they be trashing one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history over personal medical decisions he makes that affect absolutely no one but himself? Did Bradshaw have any business commenting on the treatment choices Rodgers made for himself related to COVID? Is there even such a thing as medical privacy in this cancel culture world we live in today?

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