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‘HE’S A BUM’ PACKERS QB AARON RODGERS FIRES BACK AT MVP VOTER WHO CALLED HIM A ‘JERK’ AND SAID HE WOULDN’T VOTE FOR HIM

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NFL superstar and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers fired back today at a voter for the Most Valuable Player Award who called him a “jerk” and said he wouldn’t vote for him

Rodgers appeared unfazed by the criticism and went on the offensive against the previously unknown voter who is the longtime editor of Pro Football Weekly and one of 50 voters for The Associated Press’ end-of-season NFL awards.

“I think he’s a bum. I think he’s an absolute bum. He doesn’t know me, I don’t know who he is. No one knew who he was prior to yesterday’s comments,” Rodgers said of the voter, Hub Arkush.

Rodgers explained, “His problem isn’t with me being a bad guy or being the biggest jerk in the league… His problem is I’m not vaccinated.”

“So, if he wants to go on a crusade and collude and come up with an extra letter just for this season and make it the Most Vaccinated Player, he should do that,” Rodgers insisted.

Rodgers has received a lot of backlash for his refusal to get vaccinated and for speaking out about his thoughts on the subject.

The Packers are a league-best 13-3 and have earned home-field advantage throughout the playoffs despite a myriad of injuries behind Rodger’s leadership and stellar play.

As we reported last week:

Considering the backlash from when Fox News’ Laura Ingraham told NBA superstar LeBron James to “Shut up and dribble,” a segment today on ESPN’s “Get Up” came surprisingly close to using similar wording.

This time, it was a black ESPN commentator, former NFL cornerback Domonique Foxworth, who told Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to just “Throw the football” after he called science that can’t be questioned “propaganda.”

As Ingraham pointed out after she made her comments, “Almost all the stories accused me of ‘dog-whistle’ commentary, and many claimed that my line that LeBron should ‘shut up and dribble’ was ‘racist.’”

So it seems that Foxworth could also be accused of being “racist” with his commentary calling for Aaron Rodgers to sit down and shut up.

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