It’s no secret that Joe Rogan has a broad variety of political views.
He said he would consider voting for Bernie Sanders to win the 2020 primary election, but many claimed it was an endorsement, which Rogan denied.
He’s vocally spoken out against Donald Trump, even going as far to say that he would never have him on his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, but has shown support for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to be the new front man of the United States.
Joe also has had democratic candidate Andrew Yang, Congressman Dan Crenshaw and Austin Mayor Steve Adler on his show, in addition Tulsi Gabbard, a democratic congresswoman from Hawaii, a number of times. He told Tulsi she should run for president again.
He’s often labeled (inaccurately) as a conservative and sometimes, even part of the alt-right (even more inaccurate), however if you listen to his podcast at all, he’s probably one of the moat moderate voices you’ll hear from. He’s generally kept an open mind about who is running for office, Republican or Democrat.
He also even made it clear back in July that he was “so far away from being a Republican.”
However, for the next election, he isn’t afraid to let you know which party he wants in office.
Rogan was joined by Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for the latest Joe Rogan Experience podcast, and he was explaining the “serious errors” that were made throughout the whole COVID-19 pandemic, and how we have to take those errors as mistakes to learn from.
“I hope there’s lessons learned in this, because this is a new thing. We had never had this before. No one who is alive today had ever experienced a true pandemic. And I’m hoping that, now that this is over, people are going to, you know, recognize that some serious errors were made and not repeat those. That’s the best you can get out of it.
But as far as compensation for all of those people that were forced to close their businesses and keep their doors shuttered and lost everything they had worked for decades to build… no, they’re just going to be angry.”
Rodgers then asked what he would tell those people, and Rogan responded:
“Vote Republican… that’s what a lot of them are gonna do anyway. I mean more than a million people transferred over to the Republican party I think in 2021, alone.
Look at guys like Ron DeSantis, who kept Florida open, and had some pretty reasonable policies in terms of what to do with COVID, and you know he mapped it out on television.
He was, you know, widely criticized for this, where he was saying we need to protect our elders, we need to, you know, make sure our medical care is available for those people, and everyone else you should be able to do whatever you want to do. Protect your freedom.”
Joe Rogan Delivers Comical Impersonation Of Vice President Kamala Harris
This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a hot minute.
Joe Rogan recently invited Gina Carano as a guest for his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where the two discussed a little politics, along with who they’d want to see in office.
Rogan admitted that he’s a big fan of Tulsi Gabbard, and that she would be an amazing President. He’s had the former Democratic congresswoman out of Hawaii on his show a number of times and praised her as a great person and amazing leader.
He also mentioned that she’s a woman, a woman of color, a veteran and yet for some reason the Democratic Party seems to fear her.
However, he stated that he would like to see Florida governor Ron DeSantis as president as well, and has recently mentioned that he has no desire to have Donald Trump on the podcast, as he doesn’t want to help him.
However, perhaps the most hilarious part of the whole podcast, was when he imitated current Vice President Kamala Harris.
And to be honest, whether you’re a fan of Kamala or not, Joe’s imitation is pretty spot on.
Speaking as if he were VP Harris, he said:
“It’s about the passage of time, it’s about time, and passing time. That’s why we have watches. We have watches, because otherwise, how would you know how much time has passed?
Time is a fleeting, time type thing, and only happens when time passes… so lets be good to each other with time!”
“She just wings it… a deer in the headlights.”
She recently caught some heat for her statement after the shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. Talking herself in circles with generic, canned responses:
Her comments sound like what a first generation AI program might spit out if asked "What to say in response to a tragedy?"
Joe then proceeded to bring up some examples of some “evil” things she’s done in the past, like keeping prisoners in prison longer so they can be used to fight wildfires as cheap laborers, and also how she laughed when she was asked if she’d smoke marijuana after putting people in prison for doing it.
Not to mention her constant criticism of President Joe Biden while campaigning against him, and then walking it all back when she was chosen at the Vice President.
This now makes Rogan and Elon Musk as two massive figures that are voicing favor of Ron DeSantis, the current governor of Florida.
Rogan is not officially affiliated with any party, however he said he would probably vote for Bernie Sanders back in 2020 primary election. Granted, at the time most people called that an endorsement and Joe denied that it was.
For now though, it seems like DeSantis might be his guy.
However, there’s still a lot of time between now and 2024, so there’s no telling if his feelings may change or not.
Joe Rogan Says Wokeness “Murdered” Comedy Movies
It’s been a few months since Joe Rogan was the headline of every single media outlet.
First, it was singer Neil Young threatening Spotify for keeping Rogan’s podcast, due to the “spread of COVID misinformation.”
Then, there was the firestorm surrounding Rogan, after the discovery that he had said the N-word a number of times in past podcasts, which resulted in Spotify and Rogan removing more than 70 episodes from the platform.
With that being said, the media personality and famed podcaster is still kickin’ it, putting out episode after of episode of his his league leading podcast, The Rogan Experience.
In his most recent podcast, he brought up an interesting point about modern day movie culture, as he brought comedian and actor Tom Papa on the show with him.
The two asked themselves, “when was the last good comedy movie released?”
That’s when Rogan said:
“Wokeness killed the comedy movie, in a way… do woke people make comedy? Is there a woke comedy movie?
Is there even an attempt at a politically correct comedy movie? They just stopped making comedy movies.”
Joe Rogan says wokeness “murdered” the comedy movie genre, and can’t name the last laugh out loud one he saw.