State Farm backs Aaron Rodger! Good for them, bad for WGLT.
By: Diane Benjamin
h/t a reader
The only reason I started writing almost 10 years ago was because journalism is dead. If stories aren’t purposely not covered to protect fellow democrats, words are twisted to make the consumer believe something that never happened.
This is WGLT’s story: https://www.wglt.org/local-news/2021-11-05/state-farm-stays-quiet-after-aaron-rodgers-covid-19-vaccine-comments-and-mlk-comparison?fbclid=IwAR2KN9yGdXM1ft_LY7Px1QSae_HlE4wEQuLRJvJis0uXWGSlNOeL39uZPfQ
I REALLY don’t like football. I’ve never watched a Green Bay Packers game and before watching the video in the story I wouldn’t have recognized Aaron Rodgers if he was standing next to me. I REALLY like him now because of the interview. (No I still won’t watch him play)
WGLT had the audacity to play cancel culture! They called State Farm for a comment on the video and Rodgers’ vaccination status because he is a spokesman for them.
If WGLT had any integrity, instead to towing the democrat talking points, they would have added to the story that Rodgers believes he got COVID from a vaccinated teammate since those are the only people he is around. WGLT could have done some research into fertility and vaccinations instead of regurgitating CDC writings. The CDC hasn’t told pregnant women not to get the vaccination but MANY women have miscarried after getting the shot. The CDC is immaterial when evidence exists it isn’t safe.
The title to the story is: State Farm stays quiet after Aaron Rodgers’ COVID-19 vaccine comments and MLK comparison.
The MLK quote is correct, but it is in a paragraph almost at the bottom of the article. COMPARISON is inaccurate – it is a QUOTE. Authors know stories frequently aren’t read to the bottom, did the writer think readers would believe Rodgers compared himself to Martin Luther King?
This is the quote:
“As an aside, the great MLK said, you have a moral obligation to object to unjust rules and rules that make no sense,” Rodgers said.
That quote is at 26:27 – video is in the story. I highly recommend listening to the interview. Aaron has very well thought out points for HIS OWN BODY. More people need to be like Aaron instead of jumping to experimental vaccinations that don’t work, you can still get COVID and you can still die. It shouldn’t be political, the people making money from a disease 99% survive are making it political.
We all have a moral obligation to object to unjust rules and rules that make no sense!
If State Farm drops Aaron Rodgers, I’m dropping State Farm. If we had media that actually investigated instead of being an arm of the Democrat Party, the country wouldn’t be in this mess.
Please don’t call me a journalist, it’s an insult.