Aaron Rodgers Fires Back At Jimmy Kimmel: “Gave A Platform To One Of The Biggest Spreaders Of Misinformation…Dr. Fauci”

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And the Aaron Rodgers and Jimmy Kimmel war continues.

First off, we need to rewind back to early last year when Kimmel made some comments on his show about the New York Jets quarterback’s obsession with the Epstein files, saying:

“All this UFO talk has the tin foil hatters going wild, including wack-Packer Aaron Rodgers who offered this hot take on ‘The Pat McAfee Show.”

He then replayed a clip of Rodgers on the show from back in February, saying:

“I believe that this has been going on for a long time. Interesting timing on everything. There’s a lot of other things going on in the world…

Did you hear about the Epstein client list about to be released? There are some files that have some names on it that might be getting released pretty soon.”

That’s when Kimmel snapped back:

“It might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron.”

So, Rodgers took Kimmel’s comments as an opportunity to say that the comedian may be worried about the Epstein list being released. And last week while on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers was sure to bring up the situation once again, as it was announced that the Epstein files were going to be released:

“That’s supposed to be coming out soon… There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel that are really hoping that doesn’t come out.”

And the QB said he would be “popping bottles” when the list is finally released:

“If that list comes out, I definitely will be popping some sort of bottle.”

And last night on his show, Kimmel was sure to try and put a nail in the coffin for the QB after bringing up the whole situation again, saying:

“When you hear a guy who won a Super Bowl and did all the State Farm commercials say something like this, a lot of people believe it.

A lot of delusional people honestly believe I’m meeting up with Tom Hanks and Oprah’s at Shakey’s once a week to eat pizza and drink the blood of children.

And I know this because I hear from these people often. My wife hears from them, my kids hear from them, my poor mailman hears from these people, and now we’re hearing from lots more of them thanks to Aaron Rodgers, who I guess believes one of two things: either he actually believes my name was gonna be on Epstein’s list, or the more likely scenario is he doesn’t believe that he just said it because he’s mad at me for making fun of his top knot and his lies about being vaccinated…

He floated these wacko ideas that these UFO sightings that were back in the news in February were being reported to distract us from the Epstein list.”

And of course, it didn’t stop there. Kimmel continued:

“(Rodgers) has a very high opinion of himself because he had success on the football field, he believes himself to be a extraordinary being. He genuinely thinks that because God gave him the ability to throw a ball he’s smarter than everybody else.

The fact that his brain is just average is unfathomable to him. We learned during COVID that somehow he knows more about science than scientists. A guy who went to community college, then got into Cal on a football scholarship and didn’t graduate, someone who never spent a minute studying the human body, is an expert in the field of immunology.

He just put on a magic helmet and that G made him a genius. Aaron got two A’s on his report card and they were both in the word ‘Aaron.’ And can you imagine that this hamster brain man thinks he knows what the government is up to because he’s a quarterback doing research on YouTube and listening to podcasts.”

But if you thought the war was ending there, think again, because Rodgers was sure to address it while making his regular Tuesday appearance on The Pat McAfee Show today.

He told Pat and the boys in a long winded explanation:

“It’s been a very interesting week. A lot of things have been said, a lot of people taking shots at me without mentioning the vax status first… The history of this, before I get into this what I said and actually said, and how I feel about all that, the history of whatever this is between Jimmy and I, this goes back to COVID times.

And in COVID times, he mentioned on his show jokes about my immunization…

He didn’t just stop there though. He made a lot of other comments about unvaccinated people, mentioning that they don’t deserve treatment.

If they’re at a hospital, they shouldn’t be given a hospital bed. He made comments about repurposed drugs that were being used all over the world that have incredible safety profiles that were derogatory…

He gave a platform to one of the biggest spreaders of misinformation during the COVID times, Dr. Fauci.

So in my opinion, he ripped me about the vax, and that turns out to be an L on many occasions, because the vax was not safe and effective like we were told it was in the beginning. There are a lot of injuries now that we’ve seen related to the vaccine. So in my opinion, you went after me, that’s fine, you’re a comedian, not offended, go for it, but that was an L.

Fast forward to (last weeks show), the topic of the Epstein client list gets brought up, and I thought it’s interesting, even still there hasn’t been a list that’s been released. One person’s deposition from a 2015 Epstein case.

We said there’s an excitement to the exposed corruption, and that joke I made about popping a bottle, there’s excitement anywhere corruption gets exposed, and people who are accused of these heinous crimes get exposed, that will be nice.”

And as far as calling out Jimmy Kimmel relating to the Epstein files, he said:

“I was referring to the fact that if there is a list, which again this hasn’t come out yet, this was just a deposition, right?

And there are names on it, then that would be the second time that a soft brained, junior college student wacko, anti-vax, anti-Semite, spreader of misinformation conspiracy theorist, MAGA, whatever other things that have been said by him or the media, would be right twice…

I totally understand how serious an allegation of pedophilia would be, so for him to be upset, I get it. He wants to quote because that’s exactly what I said…

I’m not stupid enough to accuse you of that with absolutely zero concrete evidence. That’s ridiculous.”

And he also hopes that he and Kimmel can find common ground on one thing:

“Those who are on the list – and this is what I think that we can agree on – that, at minimum, there should be an inquiry into their involvement, especially if they went to the island. And at maximum, there should be an investigation into it.

So I hope that you’ll give the same type of energy to these heinous crimes when they do come out, and the names do come out, and there is an inquiry into it, that you gave to other subjects that I actually mentioned that you spent a lot of time working on.”

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