NFL star Aaron Rodgers is convinced that reports of UFOs are being spread in order to divert attention away from the explosive release of the “Epstein Client List.”
Foυɾ-time RdOnline.com has learned that NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers believes that the news about UFOs is intended to show the public a distinction between fact and fiction.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback, who refers to himself as a “free thinker,” offered out his theory during his appearance on The Pat McAfee Show earlier this week. He defined himself as a “fee thine.”
“It’s interesting timing on everything,” Rodes said. “Everything is interesting right now.” “There are plenty of other things going on in the world right now.”
The United States and Canada are currently investigating the possibility that three unidentified flying objects were brought down over North America in recent days. This comes after a fighter jet was responsible for bringing down a Chinese surveillance balloon earlier this month.
QB Aaron Rodgers says that UFOs might be getting shot down to divert the country’s attention away from the release of Jeffrey Epstein’s client list. pic.twitter.com/OA40yIR3x3— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) February 15, 2023
McAfee then looked into the chemical tin derailment incident that took place in East Palestine, Ohio, in early February when the headlines were still being dominated by the UFO sightings. The incident took place in early February. “There’s some wild s— going on right now, Aaron,” he said, allowing Rodes to share what was on his mind at the time: news pertaining to the late Jeffrey Epstein. “Thee’s some wild s— going on right now, Aaron,” he said.
“Did he buy the client list for Ebstein to be sold?” “Did he buy the client list for Ebstein to be sold?” Rodes has been sedated.
“There are certain files that have some names on them that might be released very soon. These files might be released very soon. [Ghislɑine] Mxwell was the only person who was implicated in the trafficking, although nobody else who was involved in the trafficking was sentenced to jail for their involvement. There is nothing to see here.
Comedian Keith Giffin recently debunked his UFO-Einstein theory in a post on his Twitter account. “I think it’s funny that Aaron Rodes is officially too cool for the z. They don’t want him to go anywhere else. “Please, he seems to be emitting a foul odor,” she cried out