Joe Rogan Endorses the Republican Party on His Latest Podcast

Earlier last week, the highly popular podcast host, Joe Rogan, surprised millions of his listeners during an interview with NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Here, he urged everyone present to vote Republican in the upcoming elections.

While he was initially a man who upheld some liberal values during the early days of the podcast, the pandemic saw Rogan take a massive turn. He started preaching against the oppressive lockdown measures enforced by left-wing politicians.

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For the entirety of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rogan blasted Democratic politicians for their handling of the situation, claiming all it took for them to show their true faces was a moment of crisis.

Rogan added he believes a lot of lessons were learned during the pandemic, especially given the fact the majority of the American populace hadn’t experienced a pandemic of this scale before. Now that it’s over, people are going to learn from their mistakes.

The mistakes he’s alluding to are often related to voting Democratic during times of crisis, as it’s become very evident that Biden and his administration aren’t qualified to deal with stuff like this.

Even though he spoke nothing but the truth, Rogan quickly came under fire from the libs defending Joe Biden’s regime, who weren’t so happy that a celebrity podcast dared to speak up against it.

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In fact, the backlash became so severe that Spotify was practically forced into imposing a “content warning” on podcasts discussing the pandemic.

This meant effectively censoring Rogan almost immediately after President Biden’s Surgeon General Vivek Murthy demanded it.

According to the left-leaning crowd and politicians, the key to getting through the pandemic was limiting the spread of “misinformation” from channels like the Joe Rogan Experience, even though Rogan’s content had no malicious intent.

Moreover, all hell broke loose last year when Rogan endorsed the drug Ivermectin as his COVID-19 treatment of choice; albeit he paired it with monoclonal antibodies and a vitamin-rich drip.

While Rogan’s been prone to saying things that would rile up any Republican, such as calling former President Trump a “moron,” his disdain for Democrats could make him a Republican ally in the future, even if he stated he would never endorse Trump or have him on the show.

The fact that he brings on influential people from various industries onto his podcast alone is enough to respect his dedication to revealing the truth.

Not too long ago, the Joe Rogan Experience wound up featuring Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, to talk about the FBI’s involvement in covering up the Hunter Biden laptop story during the 2020 election, among other things.


This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.

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