Aaron Rodgers’ Own Public Statement On Sandy Hook Seems To Refute New “Private Conversations” Conspiracy Report

Aaron Rodgers and Robert Kennedy Jr.

To nobody’s surprise, Aaron Rodgers is once again in the media crosshairs. And as always, the timing couldn’t be more convenient.

Shortly after it was revealed that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is considering Aaron Rodgers (as well as former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura) for his VP pick, which he’ll announce in the coming weeks, CNN dropped this bombshell report that I guess they’ve been sitting on for the past decade.

According to CNN reporter Pamela Brown, she had a “private conversation” with Aaron at the Kentucky Derby back in 2013 where Rodgers expressed the idea that the media was “covering up important stories” including the Sandy Hook shooting. He allegedly called it a “government inside job.”

CNN added that another anonymous person claims they spoke to Rodgers “several years ago” and he said that “Sandy Hook never happened… All those children never existed. They were all actors.”

Source: Trust me, bro.

However, if you look at what Rodgers has actually said about the tragic school shooting, it paints quite a different picture.

He told 540 ESPN Milwaukee:

“I hope that we can learn from this, and look for the signs more, and not ever have something like this happen and keep this on our minds because these are things that affect all of us directly or indirectly.

This needs to be something that we learn from.”

Of course, that was just a public statement released more than 10 years ago, and Aaron could easily say one thing to the media and believe another behind closed doors. I have no idea whether Aaron believes this or not, and it’s probably pretty concerning if he does, but when did front page news on CNN become “hey, someone told me once.” No evidence… just a private account of a conversation that we conveniently waited to release until after we found out that he might be getting into politics… a decade later? This is why people don’t trust the media…

And Aaron was in Costa Rica when the news broke, apparently on an ayahuasca retreat with Jordan Poyer, so who’s to say he is even seriously entertaining this? He just said in an interview a couple days ago how he was hoping to play 2 or 3, maybe even 4 more years and now he’s suddenly RFK’s running mate?


Since the publishing of this blog, Aaron Rodgers released his own statement confirming that he is not a Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist:

“As I’m on the record saying in the past, what happened in Sandy Hook was an absolute tragedy. I am not and have never been of the opinion that the events did not take place. Again, I hope that we learn from this and other tragedies to identify the signs that will allow us to prevent unnecessary loss of life. My thoughts and prayers continue to remain with the families affected along with the entire Sandy Hook community.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock