‘State’s going to s**t!’ Aaron Rodgers blasts California’s COVID closures he says destroyed small businesses in his hometown and lashes woke new ‘misinformation’ bill for doctors

  • Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has told how COVID-19 lockdowns during the pandemic affected businesses in his hometown 
  • Rodgers told how the rules led to businesses in the small town he is from shutting down 
  • Rodgers expressed doubts about a forthcoming bill that Governor Gavin Newsom is due to sign that would punish doctors for spreading misinformation on COVID-19
  • Rodgers has openly opposed vaccine mandates explaining it as a form of bodily autonomy from government 






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Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodger has said closures due to COVID throughout 2020 and 2021 destroyed thousands of small businesses in towns across California.

Speaking to Bill Maher on his Club Random podcast, out Sunday, Rodgers called out the state’s tough COVID-19 rules saying: ‘State’s going to s*** but I’m hanging on.’

Stay-at-home orders forced the closure of bars and restaurants and thousands of other businesses from hair salons to spas.


‘I grew up in a small town, very little cases up in Chico, California, but all the small businesses? F***ing gone,’ Rodgers lamented.

Business capacity limits and other restrictions were in place from March 2020 until June 2021.

The decisions crippled businesses across California with 40,000 estimated to have collapsed – the highest figure in any state across the nation.