Joe Rogan, the podcast giant behind “The Joe Rogan Experience,” recently delivered some unfiltered critiques of California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and President Joe Biden. In a candid conversation with entrepreneur and YouTube star Patrick Bet-David, Rogan didn’t pull any punches, shedding light on his thoughts regarding the prominent political figures.
Taking aim at Newsom, Rogan stated, “Nobody believes in that guy. That guy’s a f—ing conman.” The podcaster criticized Newsom’s pandemic policies, particularly concerning children and vaccines. Referring to Newsom’s infamous mask-less dinner at the French Laundry restaurant, Rogan mentioned, “Everything he did in California to being caught out in public without a mask and lying about the fact that he was outdoors.” This explicit reference to Newsom’s perceived hypocrisy was a direct hit, painting him as a “cardboard cutout of a person.”
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Rogan shifted his focus to Joe Biden, who he described as a “goof” throughout his career. Rogan continued, “He’s been caught lying so many times. He’s so full of s–t.” Expressing disbelief at allegations of corruption against Biden and his son, he emphasized the importance of covering these matters across all media spectrums, not just by right-leaning outlets.
Rogan’s remarks echo the sentiments of many conservatives who think that the current administration is failing to prioritize the needs of the American people. Given Biden’s track record and persistent corruption claims, it’s no wonder many are voicing concerns about the nation’s future.
The conversation between Rogan and Bet-David took a particularly intriguing turn when the topic of President Donald Trump came up. Trump has been a figure of immense debate and interest since his days in office, and his potential appearance on Rogan’s show has been the subject of much speculation. When pressed by Bet-David about interviewing Trump, Rogan responded, “I don’t know – maybe. At a certain point in time, it’s just like — it would be interesting to hear his perspective on a lot of things.”
It’s noteworthy that Rogan, who has previously declined to interview Trump, is now hinting at the possibility. A potential interview would provide a platform for Trump to discuss pressing national matters, from U.S. intelligence agencies to the workings of the “deep state.”
Such a high-profile interview would surely make waves across the digital landscape. As Bet-David aptly put it, a conversation between Joe Rogan and Donald Trump would “break the internet.” This sentiment is mirrored by a Trump adviser stating, “The mere discussion of Donald Trump on a blockbuster podcast like Joe Rogan builds a remarkable audience.”
Rogan’s candid conversations offer a refreshing perspective in a media environment where conservative voices often feel stifled. Whether or not Trump is actually invited to appear on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” it’s clear that Rogan will continue to drive public attention to political matters. For conservatives seeking truthful discussions, that’s good news.
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