Even professional star quarterbacks are taking jabs at Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom and any politicians who make rules and don't follow them.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is one of the latest to take a little shot at the embattled Newsom who's often called out for being a hypocrite and having "rules for thee, but not for me."

The interview took place during an Instagram video and they talked about what Rodgers is doing during the NFL offseason. They began talking about how Rodgers is now engaged and very happy about it. It turned into a talk about how Rodgers is helping some small businesses in California, particularly those affected by lockdown rules, and that's when Rodgers made the comment taking a shot at Newsom.

As stated:

"Been doing some work actually in my hometown in Northern California as well to try and help some people through a small business fund that we started. You know, we're just trying to do our part and as we ease back into the training stuff in my professional life, I just want to make sure where I'm from and the area I've called home in the past are doing OK," he continued.

"And California has really been hit hard by COVID and by the rules that the governor has put in place as well," Rodgers said.

"It's been nice to be able to help some people out and I think we're all just waiting for a little bit of hope on the horizon," he added.

This isn't the first time Aaron Rodgers had something to say about politicians being hypocrites regarding rules, restrictions, and lockdowns. Rodgers also criticized politicians for not helping Americans in a timely fashion, and how other outlets such as Barstool Sports have been doing their own work to raise money for small businesses affected by lockdowns.

Rodgers said:

"I mean, they took forever to figure out how to give $600 checks away and then, you know, may or may not get to 2,000 this point. That’s not life-changing money. What Dave [Portnoy] and his folks are doing with the Barstool Fund is life-changing money. It’s sustainability for these people and I think that’s the thing you gravitate towards the most is just not having a reliance on the government to help you out because it’s obviously shown that’s not going to be the way they’re going to do it."

"I mean, they put these rules in place … they’re not even following their own rules," he added. "How many people have gotten caught? Don’t travel, don’t leave the state. Oh, here’s so-and-so on a vacation. Oh, here’s so-and-so at a salon. Don’t eat out at a restaurant unless you’re wearing a mask and separate. Oh, here’s a picture of the governor of California violating those rules. Oh, public schools are closed but I can send my kids to a private school in person. It’s like, I mean, for us to count on the government to help us out is becoming a joke at this point."

Aaron Rodgers may have become a lot of people's favorite quarterback after this... except for whomever plays for your home team, of course!