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Jimmy Kimmel Agitated over Aaron Rodgers’s Call to Release Epstein List

'Might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In a recent episode of his show, Late Night Show host and establishment hack Jimmy Kimmel mocked Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for wanting to see the list of client names of known pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the Post Millennial reported.

Kimmel began his rant by referring to Rodgers as a conspiracy theorist for wanting to know more details about the infamous island and its clientele.

“Needless to say all this UFO talk has the tin-foil hatters going wild,” Kimmel said, noting that his list of conspiracy theorists includes “Green Bay ‘whack-packer’ Aaron Rodgers.”

Kimmel then cut to a clip of Rodgers’s recent appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, when Rodgers suggested that the recent spy balloon debacle might simply be serving as a distraction to cover over the upcoming release of the Epstein client list.

“Did you hear about the Epstein client list about to be released, too?” Rodgers asked. “There’s some files that have some names on ’em that might be getting released pretty soon.”

The late night host then cut away from Rodgers’s video and suggested that the future Hall of Fame quarterback see a doctor about a concussion.

“Might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron,” Kimmel concluded.

While Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and company used to pretend to be somewhat non-partisan, since former President Donald Trump was elected to office in 2016 they have openly taken up arms against half of the country.

In one episode, Kimmel even welcomed President Joe Biden and metaphorically held his hand as Biden stumbled his way through the interview.

“But what we haven’t done, is we haven’t been able to communicate it in a way that is…uh, um…let me say it another way…” the president said, trailing off as Kimmel supported him into a commercial break.

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