(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers has not issued an apology following his comments from last week when he alleged that the late-night host was one of the people who was hoping that Jeffrey Epstein’s list of associates would not be released to the public.
On Tuesday, during his appearance on Pat McAfee’s ESPN talk show, Rodgers pointed out that he understood the severity of the allegations which is why it is normal for him to be upset. However, he noted that despite Kimmel’s repeated comments about Roger being stupid, he was not stupid enough to bring forward such allegations without having any concrete evidence.
Rodgers proceeded to say that he was “glad” Kimmel was not mentioned in the court documents that were unsealed last week by a judge. He added that he wanted to leave the entire situation behind him.
Over the past few days, the two have repeatedly attacked one another, with Kimmel even threatening to sue Rodgers over his claims about him being involved in Epstein’s crimes. The episode led to McAfee receiving a lot of backlash and even prompted him to apologize for having allowed Rodgers to use his platform to push such an unfounded theory about the late-night host.
McAfee pointed out that there were obviously many people who were “pissed off” due to the severity of the allegations. He added that he was sorry about his involvement in the situation and that he was hopeful Rodgers and Kimmer would be able to settle this issue without going to court.
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