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Ex-NFL Reporter Sides With Aaron Rodgers In Quarterback’s Feud With Jimmy Kimmel

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The ongoing feud between Aaron Rodgers and Jimmy Kimmel has garnered support from Howard Stern and Michell Tafoya.

Tafoya defended Rodgers, criticizing Kimmel’s approach and highlighting a culture divide in America.

She also pointed out Kimmel’s tendency to reference former President Trump in his monologues. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

“This is the culture issue at its core. Jimmy Kimmel thinks he’s smarter than you and everyone else, including Aaron Rodgers,” Tafoya said.

“Jimmy Kimmel thinks that because he and Aaron Rodgers disagree about stuff, that he is smarter than Aaron Rodgers, and Aaron Rodgers is somehow dumb, because Aaron Rodgers went to community college for two years.”

“So to make that connection is so snobbish. To suggest that Aaron is stupid because he didn’t graduate Cal, it’s just this elitism.”

“It’s the ‘I’m smart because I’m a liberal, and you’re dumb.'”

“But that is the disconnect in America right now in a nutshell. ‘I believe one way, you believe in another way, and therefore, I’m smarter than you, and you’re stupid.'”

“He couldn’t finish his rant about Aaron Rodgers without somehow tying it to Trump… This need to always come back to Trump. You can start talking about astrophysics, and you eventually get back to Trump,” she said.

“How is this possible? Why does this happen? You can’t just stay on message with your one point? You have to bring it back to Trump. It’s a weird freaking time in America – that’s putting it mildly… It’s a little loony to me, Jimmy, that you started with Aaron Rodgers and Epstein Island, and you got back to Trump.”

“It’s so predictable, and it’s so damaging.”

ESPN issued an apology for Rodgers’ comments, and McAfee expressed regret for the ensuing drama. “It should never have happened. We all realized that in the moment,” ESPN’s Mike Foss said.

“We obviously don’t like the fact that we’re associated with anything negative ever. We like our show to be an uplifting one,” McAfee said.

“A happy one. A fun one. But it’s because we talk s— and try to make light of everything, some things obviously people get very p—ed off about, especially when they’re that serious of allegations,” he said.

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