Aaron Rodgers feels ‘he’s being crucified’ for sharing his view on vaccines

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QAaron Rodgers lied about being Covid “immunized” for months, wandering around maskless, expected vaccinated teammates to keep him safe, tried to get the NFL to accept his holistic Covid immunization and then claimed a “woke mob” was out to get him when it all blew up in his face. QAaron truly f–ked around and found out, and it’s worth noting that the dumbass is still in quarantine after testing positive for Covid last week. From his home, he called into a football talk show and went off about how it’s his body, his choice and how Joe Rogan gave him advice on vaccines. That interview went viral in the worst way over the weekend, and the whole thing is so bad that now QAaron is losing sponsors! So yeah, his ass hurts and now he’s trying to do damage control on his entirely self-made catastrophe.

Aaron Rodgers isn’t happy with the way his decision not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 has been received. The Green Bay Packers star is “upset” at the response to his recent admission that he is not vaccinated against COVID-19 after previously saying that he had been “immunized” against the virus, a source close to the NFL star tells PEOPLE

The source says that Rodgers “feels like he just shared his point of view, and now he’s being crucified for it. He knew some people would disagree with him, but he didn’t know that it would become the s—storm it became. People who he thought were friends are turning on him. He’s upset,” the insider adds. “He’s very unhappy with the response to him.”

The source tells PEOPLE that “of course Joe Rogan wasn’t the only one who he consulted. He’s talked to medical professionals, too.”

“Aaron feels like he’s an athlete, he knows about his body more than most people, and he made a choice for himself,” the source says.

Rodgers’ comments also seem to have impacted his personal brand. Two days after his appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, only 1.5 percent of State Farm ads included Rodgers, whereas 25 percent had included the athlete both Sundays prior, according to Apex Marketing Group, USA Today reported. In a statement to USA Today, a State Farm spokesperson said that while the company respects Rodgers’ “right to have his own personal point of view,” it also encourages vaccinations.

“Aaron Rodgers has been a great ambassador for our company for much of the past decade,” the spokesperson said. “We don’t support some of the statements that he has made, but we respect his right to have his own personal point of view. We recognize our customers, employees, agents and brand ambassadors come from all walks of life, with differing viewpoints on many issues. Our mission at State Farm is to support safer, stronger communities. To that end, we encourage vaccinations, but respect everyone’s right to make a choice based on their personal circumstances.”

[From People]

So State Farm hasn’t dropped QAaron but they’re barely featuring his commercials these days. Which means they’ll probably drop him at some point, but State Farm is worried about looking like they’re piling on, and (worse yet) they’re afraid of all of these anti-vaxx dumbasses and their “political power.” No one wants to rile up these dangerous morons. As for QAaron being upset at the reaction to his f–king bonkers lies and interview… what is the “source” even trying to accomplish here? Rodgers did it to himself entirely. This is not a case where people were even looking to take him down! He took himself down! He destroyed his own image of a handsome, intelligent football player and now we all know he’s a selfish idiot who takes horse dewormer and whines about how he got caught in his own web of lies!

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  1. STRIPE says:

    This kind of thing is why I don’t believe that he’s truly allergic like he claims. Being allergic is not a point of view. It’s a fact, and one that everyone would have understood and accepted immediately, especially had he been upfront and followed protocols. Instead he lied lied lied and now he’s been caught so he’s trying to blame everyone else.

    • ElleV says:

      i dunno, he definitely seems allergic to the truth

    • Rapunzel says:

      If he’s allergic, he’d have said what ingredient by now. And there are three different vaccines available. I’m sure there’s one with no ingredients he’s allergic to.

      • STRIPE says:

        He didn’t say the ingredient/s but my understanding is he said he’s allergic to 2 of the vaccines and is afraid he’d be allergic to the 3rd as well.

      • Rapunzel says:

        And if it was a genuine allergy, he’d say which ingredient. He hasn’t, so I don’t believe he is.

      • Dutch says:

        @Stripe. He trotted out the debunked issues about blood clotting as the reason why he didn’t take the J&J shot. The cherry on top is his unfounded concerns that any of the vaccines would make him sterile,

      • ThatsNotOkay says:


        Then he can spunk in a cup, freeze it. Voila! NOT sterile, fertile forever!

        He’s just a liar. And a dumb one. People can have their own opinions, but they cannot have their own facts. This is the dumbest timeline.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        I have a history of anaphylaxis and I went through allergy testing to ensure that it was safe for me to get vaccinated. He could have done the same.The most likely culprit in the allergic reactions that those who’ve reacted to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are different (polysorbate80 in one, PEG in the other – while there’s some cross-reactivity, simple allergy testing could have told him if it was safe or not, but of course he didn’t bother to check because Dr Shailene can make whatever meds he needs out of clay and tree bark)

      • Snappyfish says:

        Had he been allergic he would have name checked the ingredient. The J&J issue occurred in women between the ages of 25-45 who were on birth control. I heard his “I’m immunized” speech yesterday on Howard Stern. Not only did he lie he tossed the other teammates who were not vaccinated under the bus but did say “It’s their choice”. But it’s not. The NFL is a PRIVATE COMPANY. He also placed everyone on his team, the teams he played, the people at jeopardy & the crews of the State Farm commercials in harms way.

        He needs to be fined, dropped from his team, banned from both the NFL & the Hall of Fame. He said he didn’t want to play at Green Bay anymore so give him his wish.

    • lucy2 says:

      Exactly. If he were physically unable to get vaccinated, people would have be MORE accommodating of him and would have tried to protect him.
      He lied, and put others at risk. He can cry all he wants, but that’s the truth.

    • Esmom says:

      It’s definitely seems like just one more lie in the litany of excuses and lies he just rattled off like a moron. Otherwise why wouldn’t he lead with that AND name the ingredient?

      It’s really astonishing how thoroughly he showed his (dumb) ass. I can’t believe instead of just shutting the F up he’s still complaining.

    • Arpeggi says:

      I don’t believe he’d know enough about the vaccine’s ingredient to know he’s allergic to one of the compounds. Also, the only overlapping ingredients between Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are cholesterol, sugar and various forms of sodium and potassium salts ie stuff you’re likely not allergic to. He keeps lying, hoping something will stick.

      Plus you can be allergic to a compound and still get your shot! A friend of mine if very allergic to eggs (albumin and yolks) and even if most classical vaccines involve eggs, he’s still fully vaccinated. It requires a different protocol to avoid/deal with an allergic reaction, but it’s rarely impossible. My friend even got his yellow fever shot, it took something like 5 hours under medical supervision, but it was not going to stop him.

    • Louise177 says:

      Aaron doesn’t seem to understand that it was lying that people are mad at. Yes some are mad he isn’t vaccinated but it’s the bold faced lying that is ruining him.

      • kimmy says:

        yessss @Louise. exactly this.

        if you want to be stupid and not get a vaccine, fine, but don’t you dare lie about it and knowingly expose me (and therefore my 2 year old child that cannot be vaccinated yet).

  2. Merricat says:

    As much as Aaron Rodgers would like to believe that he is god, he is not. No crucifying happening here, just consequences for his stupid life decisions.

    • Lizzie Bathory says:

      “Rich white man alarmed to be facing consequences for his actions. News at 11.”

    • bluhare says:

      He hasn’t even been kicked out of the league, which he should be for not being vaccinated. Fucking hypocrisy because he’s a star and, probably, white.

      • Dutch says:

        There are many unvaccinated players in the NFL, including Vikings QB Kirk Cousins, whose vaccination status was covered here over the summer. The league and the players’ union negotiated protocols for unvaxxed players to follow. Rodgers’ coverup is what has people steamed the most. He supposedly followed the masking and daily testing protocols behind closed doors, but all the publicly facing protocols (Zoom press conferences, masking when not on the field, going to a Halloween party unmasked with more than 3 teammates or staff members), he clearly ignored, for which he and the team should be fined for at least.

      • Caitrin says:

        The Saints got WRECKED by the league last year for a lack of masks in the locker room (and rightfully so), so it’s interesting to see absolute crickets from Goodell’s office.

      • bluhare says:

        They should all be put on unpaid leave until they are. My opinion only.

      • Amelia says:

        When I compare how he’s been treated with kid gloves despite his lying anti vax stupidity with how Colin Kaepernick was treated for his BLM activism, I get livid. And Aaron Rodgers has the nerve to whine about it? Cancel culture my ass. How dare he.

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ Amelia, exactly!!! the attacks on Kaepernick were unacceptable, as well as bringing the NFL brass into the attacks as well.

        Yet Aaron didn’t care about ANY of those who came within his circle. But Aaron is still screaming like he is being treated as an outcast. The same cries of those unvaccinated who refuse to vaccinate as their freedoms are being imposed upon.

        But Colin is a man that takes his responsibilities for his actions. Aaron is a man that will never take responsibilities for his actions.
        It’s not rocket science, as Colin is still not playing professional football.

    • Kate says:

      I think he’s also been in a bubble of people who agree with him or at least don’t openly disagree with him. So, it probably was shocking to get exposed to viewpoints outside his bubble along with everything else. I’m not sympathetic for him though!

    • STRIPE says:

      I think he is making the same mistake that many others are: over estimating the benefits of a “holistic lifestyle.” As an athlete, it’s true that he is very in tune with his body and has probably seen benefits of things like organic food or cutting out certain food groups etc.

      As an example: I had a friend with severe depression find out she was celiac. She cut out gluten and boom her depression and many other terrible symptoms were gone. That was a very real thing that happened; her body was able to heal itself once it was free of gluten. Unfortunately, she’s now taking that experience and extending it to a her thoughts on COVID- because she was healed by the way she ate before, she thinks it will protect her again. Its frustrating to see.

      • WithTheAmerican says:

        Yet so many athletes and dancers have gotten really sick, and some have died, from covid. It’s this idea that he thinks he’s in control. Of covid.

    • HelloDolly! says:

      Yet another covidiot–possible Trumper– whining about cancel culture.

      Listen, dummy: being a celebrity in the 21st century means speaking, representing, and being appreciated on a global platform. That also means being critiqued on a global platform. There is no cancel culture–just accountability via a global audience. You don’t get to pick and choose who or what organization critiques and commends you for your decisions.

  3. Stephanie says:

    I’m not a fan but when I saw him in interviews I thought he was smart. It seems like he doesn’t really get why people are disappointed in him. He lied, didn’t follow any of the league’s protocols and now he’s just making himself look even worse by all these dumb statements.

    • Dutch says:

      Oh he gets it. He’s trolling the world because when he gave his “woke mob” statements he was wearing a T-shirt with Doc Holliday, a man who died young of a communicable respiratory disease, on it. He’s playing emotionally hurt because as a complete narcissist, he loves the attention it brings him.

  4. ElleV says:

    i’m sorry, i missed the part where he got brutalized and nailed to a cross?

    • Mac says:

      He needs to get off the cross because being held accountable for being a lying a-hole doesn’t make him a martyr.

    • Esmom says:

      Right? First he compares himself to MLK, Jr, and now to Jesus. The arrogance is just off the charts. It would be funny to me except that he’s just making the already angry right wingers even more unhinged.

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ Esmom, is that even possible? Maybe he will be at the school board meeting tonight screaming about his non children being forced to learn critical race theory, even though he has NO idea what it means!!! 🤣🤣

    • CC says:

      What, you heard of the CDC’s bi-monthly crucifixion parties? That’s why its nickname is Center for Dope Crucifixions.

    • Miranda says:

      Well, there’s not much anyone can do about the “nailed to a cross” part — not legally, anyway — but the good news is, when he’s allowed to play again (and he unfortunately will be, I’m sure), he has one of the very few occupations in which his colleagues can beat the shit out of him on a weekly basis and use “I was just following orders” as a legitimate excuse. And I hope his own teammates let it happen. Why should they protect him when he refused them that same courtesy?

  5. Piratewench says:

    Boo-freaking-hoo to this guy.
    Antivaxers are a scourge on our society. And I say this as someone who loves people who won’t get their shot. They are not good people, they are selfish and incredibly arrogant. I hope my loved ones don’t learn the hard way. It’s a special kind of bonkers that the far-right has waded into and there seems to be no getting them back. Even when you love them and your concern is genuine, you’ll be met with “leftist, communist, conformist!” hysteria instead of a real conversation about the fact that vaccinations are a NORMAL part of public health and always have been.

    • ElleV says:

      100% – it’s selfish and it’s stupid. it’s saying “i don’t understand relative risk and i refuse to do anything slightly inconvenient to protect myself and others.”

  6. FHMom says:

    These unvaccinated twats are the reason we are still in this pandemic. I have no sympathy for any of them.

    • ME says:

      They 100% are the reason this pandemic hasn’t ended. The vaccines were supposed to be our way out. Thanks to these morons, that’s not gonna happen. I have a feeling even a year from now we will still be in this. F*ck anti-vaxxers. Selfish jerks. Do they not understand how they, themselves have benefited from vaccines? Have they ever heard of Polio for God’s sake? How do they think we got it under control? Not to mention many other viruses. Don’t they ever wonder how our lives would have been if so many vaccines had not been created ? I just think anti-vaxxers think they are so healthy and pure nothing can touch them.

  7. Lemons says:

    Chris Pratt and Aaron Rodgers need to link up and stay quiet forever. I really want to go one day without hearing their Christian values gripes on Celebitchy.

  8. Nuks says:

    I think the word he’s looking for is “criticized.”

    • North of Boston says:


      And also he’s not being criticized for sharing his views. He’s being criticized for NOT sharing his views, for misrepresenting his views, for lying and putting other people at risk: his teammates, coaches and support staff, the press who had to work indoors with his lying, unmasked, idiot self!

      If he had come out and said he’s not vaccinated, he’s allergic to vaccine ingredients (if true) and wore a mask around people he was in close quarters with … as was the NFL, his team’s protocol, few people would have made a stink about it.

      • Susie says:

        This is the part that’s pissing people off the most and also the part he is least able to understand cuz he is a narcissist in an environment where everyone works at pleasing him. People are pissed cuz he lied and endangered people for that lie. He thinks he is above/better than the normal anti vaxxers. He thinks he doesn’t deserve the scorn THEY get cuz he is Aaron Rodgers the smart jock. He doesn’t want the scorn that comes with his choice so he lied and now he’s pissed that everybody is putting him in the anti vaxxer box. He’s a weak coward. At least the other dudes are willing to take a stand. A stupid stand but a stand that comes with scorn that they as public figures will get a lot of. Rodgers thinks he’s too good and smart for scorn. Which is why he played all those word games and is currently talking about woke mobs. He did this so people wouldn’t think he’s stupid but now he exposed himself as stupid and a weak coward. He betrayed his media brand so badly that he will need to go full anti vaxx Rogan warrior cuz people who thought he was a smart jock will feel extra anger cuz he made them feel like fools. Like he will never be getting that jeopardy job now lol

  9. paranormalgirl says:

    Sure dude, you consulted Dr. Joe Rogan and some medical quacks and got yourself “immunized.” But your dumb ass still got COVID.

    • lucy2 says:

      Right? Dude has access to some of the best doctors in the country, and is listening to…Joe Rogan? And both of them got Covid, recently, so…

  10. Swack says:

    What is it that he doesn’t get – HE LIED. The one thing that pisses me off more than anything – he lied. Man up Aaron and take responsibility for what you have done. Whining does not suit you.

    • DeltaJuliet says:

      That’s the thing. HE LIED. If you aren’t going to get the vaccine the very least you can do is be honest, follow the rules and protect people around you. He didn’t do that. F- him.

  11. Becks1 says:

    It’s not that he’s not vaccinated. Its that he lied about it and deliberately let people think he was vaccinated and didn’t follow the protocols set out by league for the unvaccinated players.

    (I mean yes I judge him for refusing the vaccine but the main issue here is the lies and any potential cover-up/protection of Aaron by the Packers.)

    He’s not the only NFL player who hasn’t gotten the vaccine and while the others have come under some scrutiny and gotten criticism, the reason he’s the subject of such outrage is because of his deception. He put people at risk, plain and simple, by lying about this.

    • Emma says:

      Yeah exactly. He did not just share his point of view. He actively endangered the lives of others and lied about his vaccination status when asked directly. “Yeah, I’m immunized” in response to “Are you vaccinated?” is a complete lie if he just got some homeopathy/ivermectin.

  12. Jamie says:

    I’m always confused when people believe freedom of speech/opinions doesn’t mean freedom from others having thoughts about those opinions.

  13. Lynne says:

    First he lied.
    Then he didn’t follow the protocols for unvaccinated players which his union with the NFL had come to an agreement on and was put in place to protect players and staff so that football could be played during the pandemic.
    Then he got covid and is now trying to place the blame on everyone but himself.
    He went maskless, he partied, put his teammates at risk but it’s everybody’s fault except his.
    He’s an azz.

  14. Pilar says:

    Handsome? I beg to differ…
    Also if he’s so worried about the public’s reaction maybe not use right wing dog whistle terms like “woke mob”.
    He clearly piled on and provoked people even more with his crazy self important interview.

  15. MissG says:

    As stupid as they are, at least Kyrie Irving and Kirk Cousins owned their anti-vax status. Rodgers thought he could play fast and loose with the truth and get away with it. Screw him.

  16. Case says:

    What I personally take issue with the fact that he outright lied about it and continued in-person press when he was supposed to do Zoom-only interviews if unvaccinated. He didn’t follow NFL guidelines for unvaccinated players. He LIED. THAT is the biggest problem here. Of course I don’t support any anti-vax BS but it’s especially upsetting that he deliberately led people to believe he was vaccinated when he is not. There’s a certain level of trust between fellow vaccinated people and he betrayed that.

    • lucy2 says:

      That’s what bothers me too. If he wants to be stupid with his own health, fine, but to lie and put others at risk is unforgivable.

  17. Rapunzel says:

    Dear Qaaron,

    It’s approaching winter and fireplace time. Get off the cross; we need the wood.

  18. Mia4s says:

    Really he’s just upset that he was hoping to try for a Hollywood career and he’s largely blown it before he started. Yes he can go work for the lame conservative side of things (screeching on Fox News or making horrible religious movies with worst Superman and has-been Hercules), but that is not what he wanted.

    Crucified? LOL! Get off the cross Kaaron, we need the wood.

  19. Lynne says:

    He thought he couldn’t get covid. Probably thought it was a hoax and now he’s pushing back.
    Bottom line, he is not a team player

  20. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    My body my choice. What a novel statement.

  21. Common sense says:

    “You done messed up A-a-ron”.

  22. Krista says:

    OMG does he not understand that people are not mad at him for not being vaccinated, but that he LIED to others about it and flouted COVID protocols, putting colleagues and press, not to mention their families, at risk for getting sick?? He doesn’t come across as very self-aware, does he? Why do these people love to play the victim so much?

    I personally couldn’t care less if he’s vaccinated. But what he and others like him don’t get is that they are a threat to the health and safety of others. And that just chaps my ass.

    • Anne Call says:

      I personally do care that he’s not vaccinated. He’s a damn sports star and millions of people look up to him (ugh). I care because of the doctors and nurses who are still dealing with a pandemic that could have been nearly finished if idiots like this guy and Joe Rogan and the Republican Party and right wing media would have said get your vaccine and let’s get life back to normal. Because the more people not vaccinated the longer it will take for all of us as a country to get back our pre covid life.

  23. Cindy says:

    Anybody else on here ever been friends with an elite athlete? I lived with an elite swimmer. Her medical team would monitor her milk intake down to the tablespoon; it was intense. Milk was like the devil or something. I’m not surprised that so many athletes are botching their approach to vaccines; most of them are insanely controlling over that aspect of their lives. They can’t see the forest for the trees to save their lives. Literally.

  24. TIFFANY says:

    Well, we still have Kevin Mimms, who is the current Jake from State Farm.

    He seems to be out here acting right and is super attractive to boot.

  25. Same says:

    Jesus would like to be excused from the narrative

  26. tealily says:

    Imagine thinking the *NFL* is a woke mob!

  27. Bookie says:

    He looks awful! He’s lost much of his muscle tone and has morphed into a dirty hippie. Not that there’s anything wrong with being a dirty hippie, having spent much of my college years in that state, but for a guy who used to be all muscular and toned he’s really lost it. Ugh.

    Or maybe I just find him even more repulsive after the anti-vax stuff than I did before?

  28. ennie says:

    He did not share, he was outed. He was hiding his views until he got covid.

  29. A says:

    Aaron Rodgers doesn’t get to be upset about this!!!!!! Like, this is what infuriates me about the freaking MAGA, anti-vaxx crowd. They get so angry and unhappy about the fact that holding and expressing and living out their opinions in this world results in people not liking them. To them, the fact that they lose friends, and that people dislike them, is what feels like persecution. They think it’s UNFAIR that their immunocompromised friends won’t countenance their shitty opinions and behaviour. They think it’s unfair that people get angry about their stupidity and don’t want to deal with them anymore.

    They think it’s unfair that people draw boundaries for their sanity and refuse to engage with their shit, when the simple fact is that no, you are NOT owed friends. You are NOT owed respect. You are NOT owed courtesy when your opinions and ideals directly cause harm to the people around you. You don’t get to whine and scream about how no one wants to be your friend anymore and how no one has any grace to show towards you when you LIED to them and put them in harm’s way. You are NOT owed a good standing in society when you act like garbage. You are not OWED people who keep quiet when confronted with the fact that you LIED about putting them in danger.

    The nerve, the entitlement of this spoiled little brat to whine and cry about how no one wants to be his friend, how people are angry with him. People have a right to be angry when you fuck with their lives like this. Fuck Aaron Rodgers. Fuck him.

    • tealily says:

      And at the MINIMUM, the people are you ARE owed the information to make their own choices about how they are willing to engage with you if you are choosing to be reckless.

  30. Susie says:

    I find this “scandal” fascinating cuz it reveals how much a good pr plan can hide. If it wasn’t for corona nobody would know how dumb this dude is. In fact he had successfully marketed himself as the smart jock. Someone who thinks deeply about the issues beyond football. He was the anti Brady a dude who was a great host of jeopardy. And now beyond the anti vaxxers everyone thinks he’s an idiot selfish clown who lies and cares nothing about anyone else including his colleagues . He hit every box on the anti vaxx “critical thinker” bingo including quoting mlk and saying my body my choice. If I was part of his team especially his PR person I would be sooooooo pissed at how he thoroughly destroyed his image as a smart dude. I would also use him as an example to get prospective clients and earn them to keep their mouths shut. No wonder celeb profiles are boring if you allowed many celebs to speak for longer than 20 min without notes they reveal how stupid they are and so their teams work hard to prevent that. Respect to all the pr people who make stupid people look smart and thoughtful for years. It must be hard work cuz the client can mess up your hard work at any moment.

  31. Rice says:

    John Mulroney’s girlfriend: See what I had to put up with?

    • ncboudicca says:

      right? I feel like I should write apology letters to her and to Danica Patrick AND his (still awful) family because he’s the constant in all of these negative relationships and I didn’t realize just how awful he really is. Yuck.

  32. Jules says:

    Playing the victim, with a religious twist. Slow clap.

  33. steph says:

    Wanna bet miss “I read books” Shailene holds the same views?

  34. Aud says:

    I’m most offended by him going to in person press conferences without a mask. The journalists had no idea he was unvaccinated 🙁 just disrespectful and awful

  35. Stan says:

    We have a pandemic of narcissism in this country.

  36. Mama says:

    But they were happy to cancel Colin

  37. sassafras says:

    HE LIED.
    He is a science denier.
    He takes health and safety for granted.
    He takes his privilege as a wealthy white athlete for granted.
    If being “woke” is being someone who values truth, science and the welfare of others then hell yes I’m woke.

  38. pottymouth pup says:

    I’m disappointed in State Farm for not just dropping him. I get it that they’re not in the business of health insurance but they are an insurance company and their business is risk mitigation so someone like QAaron isn’t really a good fit for what they’re selling

  39. Annetommy says:

    Handsome? Don’t know the guy, maybe it’s a bad picture but…

  40. Chichi says:

    As far as I’m aware he didn’t share anything, but rather got caught bending the truth and then playing the victim. Loser.

  41. Calo says:

    So let me get this straight. Aaron Rodgers lied about being vaccinated, caught Covid, got caught in his lie about being vaccinated and compares himself to MLK Jr. Not the path I would have taken.

  42. Valerie says:

    Oh, please. Coddled toddlers like him are so desperate for a taste of adversity (and attention) that they have to manufacture hardship. It’s pathetic, and in this case, dangerous.

  43. Juxtapoze says:

    “Entitled moron” is the first thing that comes to mind with every story about this COV-idiot. Ugh. As the daughter of an esteemed virologist, it’s so painful to see the work of scientists & doctors dismissed for wackadoo conspiracy theories. And as a horse owner, the Ivermectin shortage as just asinine. Why the actual F would someone think a medication used to kill intestinal parasites would have any effect on a virus?