Stine: Aaron Rodgers ‘immunizes’ himself with antibodies from vaccinated rabbits
Taken from Friday’s edition of KIRO Nights with Jack Stine.
Aaron Rodgers is not vaccinated because he said that he would have an adverse reaction to Moderna or Pfizer, and he didn’t feel comfortable taking the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
This is what he said, right? Not Jack Stine’s words. These are Aaron Rodgers’ words. This is a direct quote from him.
“I’m thankful for my medical squad, and I’m thankful for all the love and support I’ve gotten, but I’ve been taking monoclonal antibodies, Ivermectin, zinc, vitamin C, and DHCQ. I feel pretty incredible.”
Do you guys know how they make monoclonal antibodies? Anybody, for the win tonight?
Read a book. It comes from vaccinated rabbits. You’re still getting the vaccine. It’s infuriating to me that people hide behind monoclonal antibodies. It’s infuriating to me. It gets me so mad that all these people are so smarmy. Guess where they come from? They vaccinate the rabbits using the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. They take the antibodies that the rabbits produced, and then they pump them into Aaron Rodgers.
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