Joe Rogan has some advice for Americans heading into a critical election this November; “vote Republican.”
Yeah, he said it, and the reason is because of his views of the draconian measures taken by Democratic leaders during the pandemic.
Rogan was discussing COVID vaccines with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers, who refused to get the shot and took tremendous heat for his decision.
The two stars chatted for three hours, and one topic that came up was how Democratic mayors and governors handled the shutdowns.
Here’s part of what Rogan said in his most recent episode.
“I hope there are lessons learned in this because this is a new thing. We had never had this before. No one who is alive today has ever experienced a true pandemic, and I’m hoping — that now that this is over — people are going to recognize that some serious errors were made and not repeat those.”
Rogers flat-out asked Rogan if he had a message for people who lost their jobs or businesses thanks to government mandates, and Rogan certainly did.
There’s some data to back up Rogan’s opinions. A story in the Wall Street story said the pandemic led to about 800,000 businesses in the United States having to close permanently because of how the government, led by Anthony Fauci, enacted mask mandates, six-foot distancing rules, and other mandates that now seem comical.
Rogan praised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for his common sense reaction to the pandemic and said the politicians who played a role in the over-the-top lockdowns and general overreaction would not be accountable for their actions.
(Below) Watch the video of Rogan from the episode of the Joe Rogan Experience and share your thoughts with Patrick Bet-David on Twitter.
How did Democrats lose Rogan & Musk?
The party has to ask themselves why?
It’s like a sports team losing their superstars at the same time.
It’s natural for the party to say “the hell with them” or “who cares” but this is not a small loss!
— Patrick Bet-David (@patrickbetdavid) August 29, 2022