‘Catfight’ Timeline Between Jimmy Kimmel & Aaron Rodgers

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The recent media squabble in the dispute between Aaron Rodgers & Jimmy Kimmel is nothing new if you’ve been watching; it has been brewing for quite some time.

This week, the Disney/Big Pharma darling (Kimmel) threatened legal action against Rodgers, and potentially Pat McAfee, after Rodgers insinuated Kimmel’s association with the infamous Jeffrey Epstein on McAfee’s ESPN podcast.

Epstein, who “passed away” in jail in 2019 (along with the hopes that he would give up his clients), is most notable for his federal sex trafficking charges & being a human piece of shit. While Rodgers was having some fun on Kimmel’s account (mainly because of his chef’s connection to Epstein), the documents disclosed on Wednesday concerning Epstein’s sex operations did not list Kimmel among the numerous influential figures mentioned.

Embarrassingly, the friction between Rodgers and Kimmel traces back over two years. 

November 2021:

The quarrel was initially sparked by Kimmel on his late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” regarding Rodgers’ positive COVID-19. 

Rodgers, despite claiming he was immunized, had not received the vaccine, resulting in a breach of NFL’s COVID protocols. Kimmel criticized Rodgers for opting for a “homeopathic treatment” rather than vaccination:

“We should have known because nothing says ‘I heal myself with crystals’ like this haircut. Aaron is a Karen, that’s the fact of the matter.

The only thing worse than not getting vaccinated when you’re in close proximity with other people is letting them think you’re vaccinated when you’re not. It’s basically the COVID equivalent of ‘the condom fell off’.”

Rodgers later responded on Pat McAfee’s show, calling out the “woke mob” and questioning the efficacy of the vaccine, along with whether or not people should be trusting the medical advice of someone who’s paid by medical companies to hype their drug:

“If the vaccine is so great, then how come people are still getting COVID and spreading COVID and unfortunately dying of COVID?” 

This enraged Pfizer, and they demanded an immediate response from Kimmel, which he enthusiastically gave:


“Right, right, and if parachutes are so great, how come 11 people died skydiving last year?. The fact of the matter is the risk of dying from COVID is 11 times higher if you aren’t vaccinated. This is a dumb conversation, but you’ll never guess who this wack Packer has been getting his medical advice from.”

Kimmel’s jabs continued, comparing Rodgers unfavorably to Kyrie Irving, but it didn’t stop there. Kimmel went as far as comparing him to the deplorable Bernie Madoff in Rodgers’ misleading others about his vaccination status:

“How does someone who almost hosted Jeopardy! come up with 40 incorrect responses in a row? 

“Kyrie Irving is wrong, but at least he’s honest. Aaron Rodgers let everyone around him think he was vaccinated. He’s not Kyrie Irving, he’s Bernie Madoff.”

February 2023:

During an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers hinted at a government distraction related to Epstein’s “list”: 

“There’s a lot of old papers and files and different things about interactions that Navy pilots have had … with unidentified flying objects, so this is not surprising. Obviously, there was some sort of Chinese spy balloon that was up in the air, allegedly, and there’s been a few other objects that have been shot down. I believe that this has been going on for a long time. Interesting timing on everything. There’s a lot of other things going on in the world.

Did you hear about the Epstein client list about to be released, too? … There’s some files that have some names on it that might be getting released pretty soon. … [Ghislaine] Maxwell was the only person ever convicted of trafficking, and nobody who was involved in the trafficking ever went to jail, so nothing to see here.”

March 2023:

Kimmel caught wind of these comments and decided to poke the bear some more, calling Rodgers a “tin foil hatter” (a reference to being a conspiracy theory nutjob) and later accusing him of having a head injury:

 “It might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron.”

January 2, 2024:


Rodgers, speaking to McAfee on his now (Disney) ESPN-aired show, speculated about Kimmel’s nervousness over the impending release of Epstein-related court records:

“There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, really hoping that doesn’t come out. If that list comes out, I definitely will be popping some sort of bottle.”

This is where Kimmel goes FULL KAREN, quickly refuting any connection to Epstein, and threatening the Rodgers Crew with legal repercussions:

“Dear Aa—hole: for the record, I’ve not met, flown with, visited, or had any contact whatsoever with Epstein, nor will you find my name on any ‘list’ other than the clearly-phony nonsense that soft-brained wackos like yourself can’t seem to distinguish from reality. Your reckless words put my family in danger. Keep it up and we will debate the facts further in court.”

The irony. But isn’t that how these types always maneuver? Use examples of their deplorable behavior to turn on someone else?

The ole’ Hillary Clinton “switch-a-roo”. Or was it Bill’s to begin with? Who knows. But who else isn’t shocked to see his name melded to the “Epstein Client List” headlines?


January 3, 2024:

McAfee tucks his tail & prays for forgiveness at the altar of Disney:

“I can see exactly why Jimmy Kimmel felt the way he felt, especially with his position. But I think Aaron was just trying to talk shit. But did it go too far? Jimmy Kimmel certainly said that was the case. We obviously don’t like the fact that we’re associated with anything negative ever. We like our show to be an uplifting one, a happy one, a fun one. But it’s because we talk shit and try to make light of everything. Some things obviously people get very pissed off about, especially when they’re that serious (of) allegations, so we apologize for being a part of it.”

I mean, the guy is in a delicate position and all, given the fact Disney owns both his & Kimmel’s ass? I get the politicking (I’m actually stunned he didn’t crack sooner), but it’s a shame to see him choose to defend a weasel like Kimmel while not going hard for his boy.

“Can’t wait to hear what Aaron has to say about it. Hopefully those two will just be able to settle this. Not court-wise, but be able to chit-chat, move along.”

The controversy peaked with the release of the Epstein documents on Wednesday night, revealing no mention of Kimmel.

And I’m sure Kimmel will have something to add to this never-ending timeline. Is it just me, or did it seem like Kimmel started the spat first, almost like he loved/hated Rodgers?

And, isn’t it a little embarrassing for two grown men to be this diva, and this public about it?

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