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Aaron Rodgers Suggests ‘I’m Not Stupid Enough’ Not To Have Evidence Linking Kimmel To Epstein

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The feud between NFL star Aaron Rodgers and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel has escalated into a media spectacle.

It began with Rodgers discussing the Epstein client list, leading to Kimmel portraying him negatively.

The situation intensified when Rodgers mentioned Kimmel in connection with the list, prompting a threat of legal action from Kimmel. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Rogers said, “There’s excitement about when the corruption anywhere gets exposed and people who are accused of these heinous crimes get exposed, that will be nice.”

“And then unprompted, he comes out and says that I’m ‘an overly concussed wacko.’ In my opinion, it seemed like because I believe that there was a list and that there were names on that. Right?” he continued.

“I’m not stupid enough, even though you think I’m not stupid enough, to accuse you of that with absolutely zero evidence, concrete evidence, that’s ridiculous,” explained Rogers.

“I don’t know Jeffrey Epstein. I’ve never met Jeffrey Epstein. I’m not on the list. I was not on a plane or an island or anything ever,” said Kimmel on his show.

“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 going to be on Epstein’s list, which is insane. Or the more likely scenario is he doesn’t actually believe that,” revealed the talk show host.

“He just said it because he’s mad at me for making fun of his top knot and his lies about being vaccinated. I get he’s particularly upset, I think, because I made fun of the fact that he floated this wacko idea that the UFO sightings that were in the news were being reported to distract us from the Epstein list. That was Aaron’s theory that he shared, and I mocked,” Kimmel continued.

“Well, let me show you the moment that so badly bruised Aaron’s Thanksgiving Day parade-sized ego. Needless to say, all this UFO talk has the tinfoil hatters going wild, including Green Bay whack-packer Aaron Rodgers, who offered this hot take on the Pat McAfee show,” added Kimmel.

“This is the game plan of the media… They try and cancel, you know, and it’s not just me,” said Rogers.

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

Rodgers responded publicly, criticizing Kimmel’s insinuations and defending his beliefs.

Kimmel defended himself by denying any involvement with Epstein and suggested that Rodgers was upset about Kimmel’s mockery of him.

The dispute stems from comments made almost a year ago, and many have supported Rodgers for standing up against Kimmel and criticizing media tactics.

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