Consumers of American media could easily be forgiven for feeling a sense of overwhelm right now. Chinese spy balloons are being blasted out of the sky, and now we’re apparently learning they’ve been flying overhead for years. Then there are the reports of mysterious UFOs zooming around with unknown propulsion systems.
And that’s just what’s happening in the skies. One of the biggest environmental disasters in years is unfolding on the ground in eastern Ohio after a train derailed and leaked thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals and hazardous waste. The substances were also burned, sending noxious fumes into the sky and atmosphere.
While the latter isn’t getting much attention from the press – or Biden White House – everything adds up to consuming much of our attention. It’s all a convenient time, if you planned things out, to release the Epstein client list and ensure it got as little attention as possible.
Speaking with former NFL player and podcaster Pat McAfee, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers indicated he had a feeling that the infamous list, presumably replete with high-profile names, might soon be revealed to world.
“Aaron Rodgers mentioned that the Epstein Client List was about to be released and there were some files that had some important names on it,” Trending Political News wrote. “He hinted that it might be getting released sooner rather than later. He indicated that the recent events may be timely to cover up the bigger story.”
Of the list, Rodgers said, “there’s been a few other objects that have been shot down…I 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.”
Rodgers then asked McAfee, “Did you hear about the Epstein Client List uh about to be released too allegedly?”
Rodgers also pointed out the obvious, highly frustrating, fact that Epstein’s alleged second-hand woman, Ghislaine Maxwell, had been convicted of trafficking sex victims despite the incongruent reality that no one has ever been convicted of indulging in illegal and immoral acts with said victims.
Watch that clip below:
Here’s the Aaron Rogers longer video leading up to Epstein Client List statement.
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Rodgers had quite the interesting guest appearance with McAfee. In addition to speculating on the contents and release of the Epstein list, he also delved into his own personal life and shared some of his plans for the off season.
Irking NFL owners is the fact that Rodgers has announced he will be embarking on a four-day “darkness” retreat. He said he hopes to gain clarity on his future in the NFL.
“I think it’s going to be important to get through this week and then to take my isolation retreat and just to be able to contemplate,” Rodgers said. “All things, my future, and then make a decision I feel like is best for me moving forward and the highest interest of my happiness.”
“I’ve had a number of friends who have done it and have had profound experiences. It’s something that’s been on my radar for a few years now, and I feel like it would be awesome to do regardless of where I was leaning after this season. It’s been on the calendar for months and months and months, and it’s coming up in a couple of days,” he added.
The American Tribune wrote that Rodgers has previously taken flak from mainstream outlets for his consumption of ayahuasca, a psychoactive herbal beverage that induces visions and atypical experiences that are believed to achieve consciousness beyond just our material world.
Aside from unnerving the usual suspects with his own decisions during the pandemic, Rodgers is also no stranger to bucking mainstream ideas surrounding substances like the South American product ayahuasca. Ayahuasca is an herbal drink known for inducing hallucinogenic, psychoactive states in which believers of the product experience new states of consciousness.
Rodgers famously went to South America and consumed the herbal beverage before going on to win back-to-back MVP awards in the 2020 and 2021 NFL seasons.
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