NFL Superstar Aaron Rodgers Hints at Belief in President Joe Biden’s Double Body Conspiracy Theory

by | Apr 15, 2024 | News

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers is never one to shy away from speaking his mind, with the latest example resulting in mocking across social media.

The NFL superstar appeared on a recent addition of the ‘I Can Fly’ podcast, where he covered a variety of serious topics, including a conspiracy that President Joe Biden has a double body.

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

Biden has been criticized throughout his presidency for struggles to complete what the public deems as common tasks. Rodgers had no problems doubling down on his bold beliefs later in the podcast, where he discussed the backlash after being listed as a potential running mate for independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

“I got mentioned as a finalist to be, you know, Vice President on a ticket, and they [expletive] attacked me with some bizarre story from years ago,” Rodgers said. “There was a third-hand account or something. They’re terrified. They’re terrified of people that think for themselves that aren’t controlled. I’m not beholden to anybody. I have a contract. I can get cut at any point. I have very few sponsors now. They’re all people that I really believe in, and there’s some sort of equity investment in it. But I’m not controlled. Nobody controls my messaging. Nobody controlling my social media. Nobody can control me. You know, I think for myself. I speak for myself. And that’s dangerous to an establishment that wants more power, control and obedience.”

The spotlight is no longer pointed at Rodgers’ NFL career due to a season-ending injury in 2023, but rather at his controversial opinions. Hopefully, for the Jets’ organization, a bounce-back season will allow for a shift in judgment. These areas of controversy include politics, the COVID-19 vaccine, Jeffrey Epstein, and the events of September 11, 2001.

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