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Aaron Rodgers Issues Strong Response To Claims He Peddled Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theories

Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers
Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers has earned a reputation as an “alternative thinker” thanks in no small part to some of the controversial talking points he’s both championed on his own and been accused of buying into, and he’s now responded to a report that asserted he’s pushed a particular abhorrent conspiracy theory involved Sandy Hook.

Anyone who’s kept tabs on Aaron Rodgers over the past few years is likely very aware of some of the unconventional beliefs the man who currently plays quarterback for the New York Jets harbors.

The veteran attracted plenty of criticism for vocally speaking out against the COVID-19 vaccine during and after the pandemic, a campaign he’s continued by dubbing Travis Kelce “Mr. Pfizer” while also firing shots at Dr. Anthony Fauci during appearances on The Pat McAfee Show (where he also suggested the government is shooting down UFOs to distract from the release of the so-called Jeffrey Epstein “client list”).

In  2022, former Packers QB DeShone Kizer turned heads when he said one of the first conversations he had with Rodgers when he arrived in Green Bay involved his teammate telling him to “read up” on 9/11 after he learned his backup didn’t have any reason to believe it was an inside job.

As a result, it wasn’t a huge stretch to believe the claims that were laid out in an article CNN published on Wednesday that alleged Rodgers has told multiple sources that spoke with the outlet the 26 people (including 20 children between the ages of six and seven) who were killed in the Sandy Hook shooting in 2012 were actually paid actors.

That harebrained theory was infamously pushed by noted crackpot Alex Jones, who was ordered to pay the families of those victims $1.5 billion after they sued him for claiming the shooting was actually a hoax designed to drum up support for stricter gun control laws.

On Thursday, Rodgers firmly shut down that notion in a response where he stated “I am not and have never been of the opinion that the events did not take place” while voicing his support for the surviving victims.

That should settle that, but something tells me it’s only a matter of time until Rodgers makes headlines for something that has nothing to do with football yet again.

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