Aaron Rodgers Claims RFK Jr.’s ‘Life in Danger’ Compares With JFK

Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the New York Jets, has previously promoted various conspiracy theories. Now, he is concerned that there is a plot to kill Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

 On Tuesday, Rodgers appeared on the I Can Fly podcast. He criticized the previous two presidential administrations while discussing his connection with Kennedy, informing the audience that he was once a candidate for Kennedy’s vice presidential selection. 

Citing a string of mysterious deaths in the Kennedy family, he said, without evidence, that Kennedy was ‘in danger’ because of his beliefs.

Rodgers drew parallels between the independent presidential candidate and beloved literary figures from Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, such as Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, Frodo and Sam, Eragon and Gandolf, Merry and Pippin, and many more.

Additionally, Rodgers has cast doubt on the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccinations and named immunologist Anthony Fauci as a prominent disinformation propagandist. Many have accused Kennedy of being an outspoken opponent of COVID-19 vaccinations and of suggesting that the virus may have been “ethnically targeted” to spare Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese individuals.

The anti-vax Rodgers came under fire in November 2021 after catching the COVID-19 virus. But he changed his story later on, saying he was just a “critical thinker” who supported “bodily autonomy” and not an anti-vax “flat earther.” He gave a subtle allusion to Joe Rogan, who had been similarly criticized for his history of spreading questionable information about the epidemic.

Rodgers allegedly pushed Packers backup quarterback DeShone Kizer to doubt the veracity of the 9/11 events in November 2022.

The New York Jets quarterback was said to have shared wild conspiracy ideas about the Sandy Hook school massacre that happened in 2012. Rodgers allegedly believed the shooting was an “inside job” by the government, who hired crisis actors to play victims.

 ‘Sandy Hook never occurred,’ Rodgers allegedly remarked years ago, according to another source.

In the aftermath of the shocking revelation, Rodgers vehemently denied ever denying the slaughter had occurred.