Watch: Jets QB Aaron Rodgers Takes Shot at NFL for Pfizer Connection

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New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers mocked the NFL for being sponsored by Pfizer, which raked in a jaw-dropping $75 billion from its COVID-19 vaccine in 2021 and 2022 at the height of the media-stoked coronavirus hysteria.

The 2010 Super Bowl champ — a vocal critic of the vaccine mandates — made the comments during an interview Wednesday with podcaster Joe Rogan.

“I was watching the playoff game the other day and it said, ‘NFL football, brought to you by Pfizer,’” Rodgers recounted. “And I was like, ‘Yeah, I knew that.’”

Rogan replied, “Well, they made a lot of money [from the vaccine]. And they’d like to do that again.”

The Pfizer reference came during a broader discussion of the implosion of the establishment media.

Rogan noted that public trust in the corporate media is at an all-time low because they’ve been wrong on so many critical issues.

Some notable examples include the Russia collusion hoax and the mountain of misinformation about the alleged efficacy and safety of the coronavirus vaccines.

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