Aaron Rodgers For VP? Jets Star Sparks Speculation

(Republican Senate News) – Just when you didn’t think things in the realm of politics could possibly get any weirder, along comes a report that says one of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s vice presidential picks could be none other than New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Boy, this has been a heck of a rollercoaster ride already and we are only three months into the year. Imagine how insane this is going to get by November? Hold on to your backsides.

“In addition to valid questions about President Joe Biden’s cognitive health and the ongoing legal persecution of former President Donald Trump, the country’s only serious third option for the White House is said to have some interesting picks for his potential vice president. One of independent presidential hopeful Robert Kennedy Jr.’s reported short-list candidates for running mate is said to be New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers,” The Western Journal divulged.

And Rodgers isn’t even the strangest name on the list. According to The New York Times, another person being considered is former professional wrestler and Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura. That is definitely an unexpected name to see being floated about as a potential VP pick.

“Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has recently approached the NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the former Minnesota governor and professional wrestler Jesse Ventura about serving as his running mate on an independent presidential ticket, and both have welcomed the overtures, two people familiar with the discussions said,” the Times noted.

“Mr. Kennedy said that he had been speaking with Mr. Rodgers ‘pretty continuously’ for the past month and that he had been in touch with Mr. Ventura since the former governor introduced him at a campaign event last month in Arizona,” the Times continued.

When the paper reached out for a comment from Rodgers on his consideration for the post, he did not respond.

Kennedy doesn’t have a chance of actually winning the presidency, but he could most certainly play a critical role in helping one of the major party candidates win in November by siphoning off votes from one or both of them.

While this is certainly interesting, I don’t foresee RFK Jr. choosing a professional NFL quarterback to be his vice presidential candidate, despite how popular the man has become in recent years, particularly since the start of the pandemic era.

I’m sure we’ll be finding out very soon who the actual pick is and I don’t think we will be disappointed.

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