We realized Monday that Aaron Rodgers ruined each Howard Stern and Mike Florio’s weekends by refusing to adjust to the woke mob’s vaccine calls for. Rodgers’ feedback damage Stern and Florio, he damage them badly. And it seems due to Rodgers, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar couldn’t take pleasure in his weekend both.
On SubStack, Abdul-Jabbar — did anybody know Abdul-Jabbar had a SubStack web page? — printed a heart-rending column in regards to the brewing demise of sports activities. According to Abdul-Jabbar, Aaron Rodgers “damaged” skilled sports activities past restore.
“Instead of consulting immunologists, he consulted anti-vaxxer and podcast host Joe Rogan, who also contracted the virus,” Abdul-Jabbar started.
Joe Rogan joined the villainous group referred to as the anti-vaxxers after he questioned whether or not wholesome 21-year-olds want the COVID vaccine. Once you be a part of, you’ll be able to by no means depart.
“If [Rodgers] ever requires open-heart surgery, will he hand the scalpel to romance writers because they know about matters of the heart?” Abdul-Jabbar continues.
“What’s especially bothersome is that Aaron Rodgers didn’t just lie and threaten the health of those around him, he also damaged professional sports.”
You would possibly ask how precisely did Rodgers injury the way forward for sports activities. Sadly, Abdul-Jabbar didn’t clarify. However, he did announce that Rodgers introduced “back to life the old stereotype of the big dumb jock.”
If Rodgers is an enormous dumb jock, think about what we must always name LeBron James…
On Friday, elitist blue-checks stated Rodgers used the time period woke to dog-whistle to the Right. Of course, social media says the Left doesn’t personal dog-whistles, thus eradicating the time period for its race-baiting bat-signal: Colin Kaepernick’s title.
“I can’t help but think of Colin Kaepernick, who was blacklisted by the NFL for passively expressing his frustration with systemic racism – a brave act meant to help his community and save lives – while multi-millionaire Rodgers will continue to play, despite lying to the fans and his teammates and putting innocent lives in danger,” Abdul-Jabbar writes with a livid look on his face, most likely.
“Time will tell whether Rodgers will be judged by the content of his character or the strength of his throwing arm.”
Comparing Rodgers, essentially the most gifted QB in NFL historical past, to Blaine Gabbert’s former backup is a novel method to wrap up this drivel. I’d advocate studying Abdul-Jabbar’s article in a humorous tone. Because what’s the purpose of studying it must you not?