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Left-wing comedian Jimmy Kimmel is under fire after attempting to criticize Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for wanting to see Jeffrey Epstein’s client list.
Many Americans have been demanding more answers to the disturbing allegations swirling around Epstein and his clients.
Kimmel suggested Rodgers is a “tin foil hatter,” which is a demeaning term claiming he suffers from paranoia or a belief in conspiracy theories.
Jimmy Kimmel claims Aaron Rodgers is a “tin foil hatter” for wanting to know the names on the Jeffrey Epstein client list. pic.twitter.com/fZtiULosEM
— Mythinformed (@MythinformedMKE) March 2, 2023
The comedian said, “Needless to say, 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.’”
Rodgers previously argued, “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, too?”
“There’s some files that have some names on it that might be getting released pretty soon,” he added.
Rodgers teammate David Bakhtiari shot back at Kimmel saying, “Tell me you’re on the Jeffrey Epstein client list, without telling me you’re on the Jeffrey Epstein client list.”
Tell me you’re on the Jeffrey Epstein client list, without telling me you’re on the Jeffrey Epstein client list…. https://t.co/jWkL8LfOMT
— David Bakhtiari (@DavidBakhtiari) March 3, 2023
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Kimmel previously labeled the Packers QB a “Karen” over his stance regarding the COVID vaccine, the New York Post noted.
“Honestly, the only thing worse than not getting vaccinated when you’re in close contact with other people is letting them think you’re vaccinated when you’re not,” Kimmel shared at the time. “It’s basically the COVID equivalent of ‘the condom fell off.’ Aaron is a Karen, that’s the fact of the matter.”
Rodgers made headlines in 2021 when he was accused of misleading comments about his vaccination status, saying he was “immunized.” However, it was later revealed that he had not been vaccinated.