The internet is wrong for criticizing the first question Aaron Rodgers asked Deshone Kizer when they first met
Former Browns and Packers quarterback Deshone Kizer made a recent appearance on The Breneman Show and shared a story about the first question that Aaron Rodgers asked him when he got to Green Bay.
Aaron Rodgers First Question to Deshone Kizer
Forget about the basic introduction when you meet someone. Throw aside any type of football questions too. Aaron Rodgers immediately asked Kizer if he believed in 9/11.
Honestly, everyone is ripping Rodgers online (Will Burge from Barstool is a SHEEP) for asking such a question when he literally just met Kizer, but if you stop and think about it, there’s really no better way to get a good sense of a person standing in front of you. Skip all the bullshit and get down to business.
The question is simple: Are you a sheep in the American machine or are you actually paying attention to what’s happening behind the scenes in our country? Granted, Kizer was born on January 3, 1996 and was only five years old when September 11th happened but still, I credit Rodgers for putting his American history to the test.
Personally, I don’t trust anyone that didn’t witness and remember what happened on September 11th. I mean how could you? Look at Gen Z – they might be the worst generation in the history of America. The world changed that day and millennials had to live through that and then COVID-19. There’s not many generations that suffer through two world-changing conspiracies in their lifetime while also riding the wave of technology and social media. We’re just built different.
DO YOU BELIEVE IN 9/11?
Well, that’s a valid question and for anyone who has watched Loose Change or jumped into a Reddit and/or YouTube rabbit hole before everything was censored into oblivion. If you had the chance to check out the theories, you’ll know why Rodgers asked Kizer, who apparently thinks questioning the US Government is a wild concept.
Personally, I think Rodgers was in the right in asking Kizer about 9/11, even more so after the fact because clearly, the young quarterback didn’t do his research. Just so we’re on the same page about the theories surrounding 9/11, here’s a quick rundown.
Jet Fuel doesn’t melt steel beams. No plane debris at the crash sight in Western PA. Finding the hijackers passport on the street in NYC. Building 7. So yeah, there’s a lot of questions about September 11th that are worth asking.
To be clear: That’s not even to say I believe in the conspiracy theories surrounding one of the worst days in US history but you’d be an absolute fool to take whatever the media fed you on a silver platter.
Everyone on the internet needs to relax. Rodgers has done some questionable things for sure but to call him “crazy” for questioning September 11th and COVID-19 vaccinations given the information we know now seems a bit dramatic.
The Internet Constantly Handles These Situations Wrong
Okay obviously, for those who read The Liberty Line, you know very well the satirical nature of some of my articles. For those who don’t, I’m just being a smart ass when talking about September 11th and defending Aaron Rodgers. I promise you, it will be okay.
I do believe, that every time a situation arises where someone is making a statement or sharing information that is deemed a conspiracy theory or simply goes against the “traditional” narrative, the general public continues to handle it poorly.
The overall message here is that the internet continues to diminish anyone who questions and shares something outlandish. They want the person in question cancelled, wiped from the internet, their job, sponsorships, and way of life to be completely ruined.
How does that help anyone involved or effected by the comments that were made? That is probably the dumbest possible way to handle this and “cancel culture” needs to stop.
We can’t keep pushing these types of conversations to the back and pretend that they aren’t real. It’s time we address them head-on and have an honest and open conversation to better educate and inform people of the truth. Present facts and actual information. Period. That will do so much more for whatever is being said than just outcasting the person completely.
Kyrie Irving saying and/or sharing crazy online? Stop telling him to apologize and stripping him from sponsorships and playing basketball. Have an open conversation as to why whatever he’s saying isn’t factual and how it hurts or impacts other people.
The same thing goes with Kanye West and Aaron Rodgers.
Why is that never the course of action?
Alright that’ll do it for me. I’ll leave you with this ridiculous quote from George Bush because it popped up on my timeline and is honestly hilarious and horrible at the same time.