“They f**king attacked me…” Aaron Rodgers rips Robert Kennedy Jr.’s opposition apart for digging up his comments on Sandy Hook shooting immediately after potential running mate talks

Rodgers claimed those who attacked him for comments he allegedly never made are scared that he can't be controlled by them.


“They f**king attacked me…” Aaron Rodgers rips Robert Kennedy Jr.’s opposition apart for digging up his comments on Sandy Hook shooting immediately after potential running mate talks

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers (Image via IMAGO)

Aaron Rodgers‘ conspiracy theories get him in a lot of trouble. Recently, right after Robert F. Kennedy reportedly approached the 40-year-old to run for the Vice President post, a decade-old story covering his statement regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings resurfaced. 

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Rodgers received a lot of flak, not just on social media, but also on news channels. While appearing on Tuesday’s episode of the I Can Fly podcast, he revealed going through some tough times.

They f**king attacked me with some bizarre story from years ago. They’re terrified of people who think for themselves and aren’t controlled. I’m not beholden to anybody.
Aaron Rodgers said

Back in 2013, while attending the Kentucky Derby, CNN’s Pamela Brown met with Rodgers. Brown wrote in an article that the first thing the veteran quarterback told her was that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting never took place. It was all a government inside job.

Rodgers, however, denied everything. Instead, he showed solidarity in a social media post.

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As I'm on record saying in the past, what happened in Sandy Hook was an absolute tragedy. I am not and have never been of the opinion that the events did not take place. Again, I hope that we learn from this and other tragedies to identify the signs that will allow us to prevent unnecessary loss of life. My thoughts and prayers continue to remain with the families affected, along with the entire Sandy Hook community.
Rodgers wrote on X (formerly Twitter)

Aaron Rodgers revealed why he remains engrossed in politics

The four-time NFL MVP has always been a polarizing figure. He is unpopular on the right, and the left doesn’t want to associate with him due to his rather peculiar view of life and the world order stemming from his belief in conspiracy theories.

They fucking attacked me…" Aaron Rodgers rips Robert Kennedy Jr's opposition apart for digging up his comments on Sandy Hook shooting immediately after potential running mate talks
Aaron Rodgers (Image via IMAGO)

Yet since moving to New York in 2023, the hotbed of US politics and media, Rodgers ends up on the front page for saying something that creates controversy. 

Nobody can control me. You know, I think for myself. I speak for myself. And that’s dangerous for an establishment that wants more power, control, and obedience.
Aaron Rodgers said in the podcast

Perhaps that’s the reason behind his affinity for politics.

The country’s in a bad place, and it’s not going to get better with [Weekend at Bernie’s], who can barely put a sentence together, if that’s even him.
Aaron Rodgers added

The former Green Bay Packers under center also isn’t too fond of Donald Trump. Well, not because of his alleged anti-humane laws, but rather to keep Pfizer and Anthony Fauci in charge, who created the COVID-19 vaccine, which Rodgers later refused to take.

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Rodgers recently shared RFK Jr.’s campaign video and trolled Joe Biden. He challenged the president of the country, who is usually a laid-back individual, to run around and do pullups. 

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