Aaron Rodgers’ latest confession just sent shockwaves across the political world

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Despite being near the end of his career Aaron Rodgers remains one of the NFL’s top quarterbacks by virtually every measure.

But during the pandemic his firm stand for medical freedom transcended his legacy far beyond his Hall of Fame-worthy career.

And Aaron Rodgers’ latest confession just sent shockwaves across the political world.

Aaron Rodgers’ confession about this 2024 Presidential candidate 

When Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre left the Packers following the 2007 season, many wondered if the Packers would ever find someone who could fill his shoes. 

The franchise bet their future on a young Aaron Rodgers, despite the fact that his rookie season didn’t exactly meet the Favre standard, as the Packers recorded just a 6-10 record in 2008. 

However, it did not take long for Rodgers to kick it into high gear, leading Green Bay to a Super Bowl victory in 2010. 

Since then, Rodgers has cemented himself as a NFL icon, and is as close to sure-fire first ballot Hall of Famer as any active player in the league. 

Having said that, Rodgers shows no signs of ending his playing career any time soon, even though he suffered a season-ending torn ACL injury during his first game with the New York Jets last season.

But earlier this week, Rodgers revealed that he almost had the chance to walk away from the game and into a political career as well. 

According to Rodgers, Independent Presidential hopeful Robert Kennedy Jr. asked him to be his Vice Presidential running mate.

Rodgers gracefully turned this offer down, leaving RFK to turn to Nicole Shanahan who ultimately accepted the offer.

More specifically, Rodgers told reporters outside the Jets training facility that he “loves Bobby,” and that the two had a couple of really nice conversations.”

“But there were really two options — retire and be his VP or keep playing,” he added. “And I wanna keep playing.”

Earlier his year on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers gave RFK his endorsement, saying, “I believe in medical freedom and informed consent, and I’m voting for Robert Kennedy Jr.”

This endorsement surprised few, due to Rodgers’ vocal support for medical freedom during the pandemic when many companies, governing bodies, and other institutions started implementing vaccine requirements and other similar policies. 

Rodgers just proved that nothing could get in the way of his desire to keep playing football

Many politicians dream of being selected to serve as a running mate for a Presidential candidate. 

After all, many politicians only seem to care about getting elected, re-elected, and gaining even more power. 

In his press conference, Rodgers made it very clear that nothing comes before his passion for football. 

Nobody can deny Aaron Rodgers’ passion for football – a passion that has made him one of the best to ever play the game. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.