Left-wing outrage mobs are hunting for people to ruin.
Both public and private figures have been “canceled” for wrong thinking.
But one NFL superstar said something about cancel culture that made liberals furious.
Leftists continue to argue that cancel culture does not exist; it’s merely “accountability culture.”
But they make that argument as people continue to get canceled for saying things that offend the sensibilities of the “woke” mob.
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden was recently forced to step down after insensitive private emails he sent ten years ago were dredged up.
But NFL future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers is sick of cancel culture, and he called it out by name.
It all started after Rodgers came under fire for taunting Chicago Bears fans.
“All my fucking life. I own you. I still own you. I still own you.”
En Chicago no habrá QB más odiado en la historia que Aaron Rodgers y claro, si es su padre.pic.twitter.com/ShAuePLTXJ
— Miguel Delucio 🎃 (@miguel_delucio) October 17, 2021
After the incident, Rodgers went on former NFL punter Pat McAfee’s popular YouTube show to discuss.
During the conversation, Rodgers had pointed words for the woke PC culture that pervades at the moment.
“There’s a PC woke culture that exists…And there’s a cancel culture at the same time, and it’s based on people’s own feelings of maybe personal [misery] or distaste for their own situations or life or just the enjoyment of holding other people down underneath their thumb.”
“I’m so fortunate for this platform because I think people get to see me in a different light.. I like to speak the truth & I’m not a part of this woke cancel culture that gets off on trying to silence people all the time” ~@AaronRodgers12#PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/Z3yZFaiqhx
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 19, 2021
Rodgers didn’t make the comments in passing, either.
He hammered the point on multiple occasions.
In light of comedian Dave Chappelle’s most recent Netflix standup special The Closer that included jokes that triggered radical transgender activists, Rodgers pointed out how comedy has been infected by political correctness.
Rodgers also added that he isn’t going to play by woke rules, explaining:
“There’s a game within the game…If the player abides by the rules of the game, he’s part of the game. The rules of the game are: You must acquiesce with the woke mob at all times. However, when you live above the game, the game does not exist, and that’s where I’m at.”
Rodgers recently criticized the nonsensical COVID protocols, and now he’s going after the woke mob.
If Rodgers isn’t careful, he could make himself an enemy of the establishment.