Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel fired off an irate post on social media threatening to sue Aaron Rodgers for his comments.
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Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel fired off an irate post on social media threatening to sue Aaron Rodgers for his comments suggesting he might be worried about the release of documents pertaining to Jeffrey Epstein.

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Jimmy Kimmel, who is so notorious for getting weepy at the drop of a hat that a street artist created an entire ‘cry baby’ campaign in his honor, suddenly became a keyboard warrior in confronting Aaron Rodgers on X.

“Dear Aasshole: 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,” Kimmel wrote.

“Your reckless words put my family in danger,” he continued. “Keep it up and we will debate the facts further in court.”

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Aaron Rodgers Says Jimmy Kimmel Is Worried About The Epstein List

Most people who spend their career pretending to be a comedian would have opted for a funny response. But Kimmel hasn’t been funny since he hosted The Man Show which was only popular because every episode ended with lightly-dressed women jumping on trampolines.

Instead, he jumped right into the “aasshole” insult which an intern likely would have rejected because it was too lame, and then fired off the ‘I’ll sue’ tactic, sounding like promoter George Washington Duke in Rocky V.

As reported by Bounding Into Sports earlier, Aaron Rodgers was the object of insults hurled by Kimmel on his unwatchable show due to the New York Jets quarterback, like every non-pedophile in America, wanting to see who utilized Epstein’s services.

Epstein was convicted of procuring for prostitution a girl below the age of 18 in 2008 and was facing sex trafficking charges until he died, according to authorities by suicide, in a Manhattan jail cell in 2019.

A Manhattan federal judge ordered the release of documents pertaining to Epstein, an action expected to unmask 177 people associated with him.

“There’s a lot of people including Jimmy Kimmel that are really hoping that doesn’t come out,” Rodgers said in a recent interview.

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Jimmy Can Rest Easy A Little While Longer

Look, I’m not sure why Aaron Rodgers thinks Jimmy Kimmel would be worried about that list. Is it likely the late-night host is on it? Probably not.

We’re guessing Rodgers was simply referencing the fact that Kimmel has made fun of “tin foil hatter(s)” for wanting to know who is on the list. A list that likely includes a substantial number of Hollywood elites.

In other words – Jimmy’s pervert friends.

Kimmel though, needn’t worry. At least for a little while longer. The Epstein documents will remain sealed until at least January 22nd due to a court filing by an unidentified “John Doe 107”.

A judge approved a 30-day extension due to Doe 107 – a female – expressing concern about being outed while living in “a culturally conservative country” outside the United States.

It appears some of Epstein’s cronies and his victims don’t feel this is all “phony nonsense” the way Kimmel does.

It looks like, at least for a few more weeks, Kimmel can just go back to being butthurt and crying about everything else that bruises his sensitive little feelings.

Jimmy Kimmel has become a darling of elite leftists ever since he used his family as a prop to advocate in favor of Obamacare. He was further cheered on with his inane teary-eyed arguments for gun control.

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