MUST WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel calls Aaron Rodgers a conspiracy theorist for wanting the names on the Jeffrey Epstein client list

"Might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron," Kimmel quipped.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
On a recent episode of his late night talk show, Jimmy Kimmel suggested Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers was a conspiracy theorist for wanting to know the names of those listed on Jeffrey Epstein's client list.

Kimmel likened anyone who expressed a desire to uncover the allegedly star-studded lineup to those who believe in UFOs, referring to Rodgers as a "tin-foil hatter."

"Needless to say all this UFO talk has the tin-foil hatters going wild," Kimmel began, segueing out of a bit about the recent slew of flying objects over American skies, " including Green Bay 'whack-packer' Aaron Rodgers."

Kimmel then pulled up a clip of the star QB discussing the recent spat of train derailments and other peculiar disasters across the nation on the Pat McAfee Show from February 14.

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

"Nothin' to see here," Rodgers joked, pointing out that of all the people known to have visited Epstein's infamous island, only Ghislaine Maxwell was ever charged with trafficking.

After showing the clip, Kimmel suggested that Rodgers was suffering from brain damage. "Might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron," he quipped.

Rodgers wasn't the only one to be targeted by Kimmel this week. The host also took aim at former president Donald Trump and Fox News' Tucker Carlson, suggesting the former was "racist" for suggesting Covid was the fault of the Chinese government and labeling the latter a Russian asset.

On the heels of admissions by the Department of Energy and FBI director Christopher Wray that the virus likely originated from a lab leak in Wuhan, China, Kimmel admitted that it was a possibility, but nonetheless maintained that "it was irresponsible for the president to call it the China virus."

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