Aaron Rodgers Shares Conspiracy Theory About The Recent Surge In UFOs, Works Jeffrey Epstein Into The Conversation

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During his weekly appearance on The Pat McAfee ShowGreen Bay Packers quarterback and soon-to-be darkness retreater Aaron Rodgers simply couldn’t help but weigh in on the recent surge in UFO sightings.

Rodgers also figured out a way to work Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell into the conversation while speaking to former NFL punter Pat McAfee and his co-host for the segment, former NFL linebacker AJ Hawk.

“It’s interesting timing on everything,” Rodgers said. “There’s a lot of other things going on in the world.”

McAfee prodded Rodgers for more. Rodgers obliged him, sarcastically claiming the government would never try to misdirect the nation’s attention. McAfee mentioned the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio. “There’s some wild shit going on right now, Aaron,” he said. [via Rolling Stone]

That’s when Rodgers worked the Epstein conspiracy into the conversation about the UFO conspiracy which is apparently a cover-up for the train derailment conspiracy.

“Did you hear about the Epstein client list about to be released?” he said. “There’s some files that have some names on them that might be getting released pretty soon. [Ghislaine] Maxwell was the only person ever convicted of trafficking and nobody who was involved in the trafficking ever went to jail. Nothing to see here.”

While Rodgers has plenty of opinions about UFOs and Jeffrey Epstein and the United States government, he still hasn’t been able to make a decision about his future in the NFL next season, as he recently told McAfee he’s going to use his upcoming darkness retreat to make a decision.

As a reminder, Rodgers also previously said he wouldn’t put the Packers through the same limbo he did last year (it’s already February 15 — he signed his 3-year extension with Green Bay last March 15).

It certainly is interesting that Rodgers needs months of time and intense retreats to make a decision about whether he wants to keep playing the game he’s spent his whole life playing, but seems to be an expert in vaccinations, train derailments, and UFOs after what was likely some cursory Google searching. Stay woke, Aaron.

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