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Joe Rogan denies censorship rumor after his podcast with Alex Jones disappears, then his explanation gets deleted too

Spotify listeners said that a recently published podcast by Joe Rogan with an interview of
conspiracy theorist Alex Jones disappeared from their app, leading many to believe it had been censored. Later Rogan said that it was due to a technical glitch, and then that explanation disappeared as well.

Rogan is one of the world’s most popular podcasters, but liberal employees at Spotify bristled when he signed a reportedly $100 million deal to move his popular podcast to their platform.

On Wednesday listeners
reported on social media that podcast #1555 with Jones had vanished from their apps.

Many were concerned that the company had censored the episode in order to appease liberal critics of Rogan and Jones. Hours later, the episode reappeared without an explanation from Spotify.

On Thursday, Rogan himself
explained in an Instagram post that the deletion of the podcast had been a technical error.

“The conspiracy about the show with the conspiracy theorist…. The episode that was uploaded to Spotify had some cache issues, and it wasn’t working correctly on some devices so the engineers had Jamie re-upload it with the same date, thinking it would fix the problem but still play for everyone like it was never missing. Didn’t quite work out perfect, which led to my phone getting hit up by people thinking it was removed.”

Then that Instagram post disappeared.

reported that employees had criticized the podcast episode over comments made by Jones against vaccination, but that Spotify stood its ground on allowing the episode to remain published.

On Thursday, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek
defended the podcast with Alex Jones in an interview with the Financial Times.

“We want creators to create. It’s what they do best. We’re not looking to play a role in what they should say,” he said.

TheBlaze has reached out to both Spotify and Joe Rogan for comment but neither responded in time for publication.

Here’s part of the podcast with Alex Jones [expletives included]:

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Joe Rogan shreds social media’s censoring of ‘accurate’ Hunter Biden laptop allegations

Podcaster Joe Rogan says the social media crackdown on the Hunter Biden laptop allegations is disturbing and wrong.

What’s a brief history here?

Hunter has been under scrutiny after the
contents of laptops that purportedly belonged to him went public through a computer store owner in his home state of Delaware.

The contents reportedly included emails appearing to confirm clandestine foreign business dealings between his father and the Ukraine.

The New York Post was the first to report on the findings, and Twitter responded in kind by suspending the outlet from using its account. At the time of this reporting, the account still appears to be locked up as the Post reportedly refuses to delete the reports from its feed.

Former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has denied all allegations regarding overseas family business involvement.

What are the details?

According to the
Washington Examiner, Rogan blasted Twitter and Facebook as well as traditional media outlets for what he says was a mishandling of the laptop allegations.

During a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the pragmatic show host explained that the New York Post — which broke the news of the laptop allegations — and its reporting was accurate.

“The Post, what they printed and put out there, is accurate,” he began.

Alex Jones of Infowars, who appeared on the episode, argued that the proof is in the pudding when it comes to the Delaware repair shop’s owner.

“They have the receipts,” Jones argued.

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What else?

New York Post editor Sohrab Ahmari spoke with
Fox News on Wednesday night, and said that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is guilty of blackmail in attempting to force the New York-based outlet to remove its reporting from the social media platform.

According to Fox News, Ahmari’s remarks were prompted by an exchange between Dorsey and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during a hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee.

“Dorsey explained that the Post is not technically locked out, because it can go back and delete the original post from two weeks ago announcing the Hunter Biden laptop story, and repost it today because the site’s ‘terms of service’ have since changed.”

Speaking with the network’s Martha MacCallum, Ahmari argued, “I say that sounds like high-tech racketeering. We’re being blackmailed the way an old mob boss would do.”

He later added that Dorsey as well as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg clearly have “too much control over what we see and what we think.”

“Neither Mr. Joe Biden or Mr. Hunter Biden has denied the authenticity of the emails,” he continued. “Neither has denied the ownership of the laptop. Now we have an on-the-record source on one of the threads that we reported out saying ‘Yes, they’re real.’ Again, what policy have we violated and what will happen if the only journalism that is allowed is journalism that the subject of the story permits?”

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Kanye West calls out liberals for ‘one of the most racist things’: ‘Institutionalized racism’

Rapper Kanye West is calling out liberals for what he says is “one of the most racist things.”

What did West say?

Speaking with Joe Rogan on his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” West said the attitude Democrats hold toward the black community — assuming they have the black vote in the bag or only catering to the black community when they need their vote — “is one of the most racist things.”

According to West, Democrats often subtly communicate they think that black voters cannot think for themselves.

“One of the most racist things that liberals who pride themselves on not being racist have said to me is, like, ‘You’re going to split the black vote.’ And that makes it seem like black people can’t make decisions for ourselves,” West told Rogan.

“Liberals literally make it seem like only black people will vote for me. Think about that statement! The nuance of institutionalized racism,” West added.

“They just have a place where no one has really been able to embrace the idea of blacks not being in a bloc and staying in one place,” he continued.

Earlier in the podcast, West said that “liberal elites” have accused him of being a “pawn” for the Republican Party.

But according to West, turning black people into “pawns” is a tactic employed by liberals.

“Democrats do create black pawns, they do have celebrities that they’ll sit down and meet with and say, you’re going to be an advocate for the Democratic Party,” West explained.

West’s comments begin around the 1:48:10 mark:

Joe Rogan Experience #1554 – Kanye West

Any recent examples?

Unfortunately, there have been two recent prominent examples demonstrating what West told Rogan.

Earlier this summer, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden incited controversy after telling hip-hop radio host Charlamagne Tha God that black people aren’t really black if they don’t vote for him, a Democrat.

“Well, I’ll tell you what: If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden said.

Then, just last week, liberal comedian Chelsea Handler scolded rapper 50 Cent, whom she once dated, for seemingly supporting President Donald Trump over the fact that Biden’s tax plan would raise taxes on wealthy Americans like 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson.

I had to remind him that he was a black person, so he can’t vote for Donald Trump and that he shouldn’t be influencing an entire swath of people who may listen to him because he’s worried about his own personal pocketbook,” Handler told Jimmy Fallon.

Jackson has since appeared to recant his support for Trump.

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Matthew McConaughey bashes cancel culture, talks about being Christian in Hollywood and defunding the police

Matthew McConaughey gave an interview to Joe Rogan where they discussed a myriad of topics, including the actor slamming cancel culture, talking about being a Christian in Hollywood, and providing an eye-opening response to the defund the police movement.

McConaughey blasted the practice of cancel culture during his appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

“We’re making people persona non grata because of something they do that is right now deemed wrong or it’s the hot point in a hot topic right now,” the Hollywood actor stated. “You can’t erase someone’s entire existence. Where the heck does some forgiveness go?”

Rogan asked the “Interstellar” actor if he has experienced any discrimination in Hollywood for being Christian, and he said he “hasn’t had any difficulties.”

However, McConaughey did point out the phoniness of some of his fellow actors.

“I have had moments where I was on stage receiving an award in front of my peers in Hollywood,” McConaughey explained. “And there were people in the crowd that I have prayed with before dinners…many times.”

“And when I thank God, I saw some of those people go to clap, but then notice that, ‘This could be a bad thing on my resume,’ and then sit back on their hands. I’ve seen people read the room and go, ‘That wouldn’t bode well for me in the future for getting a job or getting votes or what have you.’ I have seen that, I have witnessed that. I don’t judge them for it,” he said.

According to a 2014 Daily Caller report, God had only been thanked 14 times in over 750 Academy Awards acceptance speeches over the last 30 years.

One of the 14 times happened in 2014 when McConaughey thanked God while accepting his Best Actor award for “Dallas Buyers Club.”

“First off I want to thank God, because that’s who I look up to. He’s graced my life with opportunities that I know are not of my hand or any other human hand,” McConaughey said after receiving his award. “He has shown me that it’s a scientific fact that gratitude reciprocates. In the words of the late (British actor) Charlie Laughton, who said, ‘When you got God you got a friend and that friend is you.'”

McConaughey pointed out that some Hollywood liberals go so far left that they become “illiberal.”

“Some people in our industry, not all this, there’s some that go to the left so far that go to the illiberal left side so far, that is so condescending and patronizing to 50 percent of the world that need the empathy that the liberals have gives and should give to throw somebody, to illegitimize them because they say they are a believer,” McConaughey said. “It’s just so arrogant, and in some ways hypocritical to me.”

Matthew McConaughey Discusses His Religious Beliefs

McConaughey was asked about the defund the police movement; the Texas native delivered a well-thought-out response in attempting to improve relations between police and communities.

“It’s almost like it should have been renamed because ‘defund’ does not sound anything like there’s been money reallocated to different areas of handling some police exercise,” McConaughey said. “It sounds like you got a million and, ‘We’re taking three hundred thousand. Good luck.’ And it’s not exactly what it is, to be fair.”

“The community and the police need to get back together, and the community needs to say, ‘Here’s what’s unfair. Here’s how I feel it’s unfair as a black man or a person of color or whatever the situation. Here’s my problem with my relationship with you as cops,'” the actor explained.

“Well, the police got to get clear to go, ‘OK. Our whole force isn’t screwed up, we have to have law and order. We all agree on that. Yes, we can all agree on that. We’ve got a few bad apples that either need to be trained better so we don’t have those kind of bad apples,'” he continued. “So few of these bad apples need to be removed. But they also we need to make sure we’re training them better.”

“Now, also, the cops need to go to the community and go, ‘Can you all remember and understand our point of view that we’re like the tow truck driver. We’re not called when there’s good news; we’re called when it’s bad news. So we’re coming in looking for trouble. So we’re already under stress when we get a call. Can y’all help us in the way we communicate? Can we get trust again?'” he said.

Last week, online provocateurs users attempted to cancel Chris Pratt because they labeled him as a Trump supporter despite him being largely apolitical. Pratt’s Hollywood co-stars, including Robert Downey Jr., Zoe Saldana, and Mark Ruffalo, came to his defense, calling him “as solid a man there is.”

You can watch the entire Matthew McConaughey interview below.

Joe Rogan Experience #1552 – Matthew McConaughey

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Bill Maher confronts Adam Schiff about mass exodus from California, cites Joe Rogan and Ben Shapiro

Because of exorbitant taxes and draconian coronavirus restrictions, people and businesses have been moving out of California. The exodus out of California has been happening for years as the cost of living has become too expensive for many. On this week’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the host complained about the mass departure.

Jordan Levine, a Senior Economist with the California Association of Realtors, noted that people are mostly moving to nearby states with lower taxes such as Texas, Nevada, and Arizona. In 2018, more than 86,000 people moved from California to Texas, and nearly 70,000 migrated to Arizona.

A 2019 University of California, Berkeley poll found that 71% of registered voters who left were leaving California over the high cost of living, while 58% cited high taxes, and 46% said they were departing the Golden State over political culture.

California’s large-scale egress was punctuated in the middle of 2020 when several big names proclaimed that they were moving out of the state.

In May, Elon Musk was frustrated by California’s stringent COVID-19 restrictions and declared that Tesla would move its headquarters to Texas or Nevada. Musk decided to build a new Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, that should open in May 2021.

Massively popular podcaster and UFC commentator Joe Rogan announced in July that he was moving from California to Texas.

Last month, Ben Shapiro announced that The Daily Wire would relocate its headquarters from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee.

Two weeks ago, ultra-successful bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach suggested that he would leave California over the state’s tax increases. Gundlach has an estimated net worth of $2.2 billion, and he manages a hedge fund with assets adding up to $123 billion.

On Friday night, Bill Maher wanted to “b**** a little bit” about the mass exodus out of California. He did so during his “Real Time” interview with Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).

“California businesses are leaving the state in droves. In just 2018 and 19, which were economic boom years, 765 commercial facilities left, 13,000 between 2009 and 2016,” said Maher, who lives in California.

“Look, I came out here in 1983. I found paradise. I love California. I do. I don’t want to leave, but I feel like I’m living in Italy in the 70s or something,” said Maher, who is a liberal Democrat. “Super high taxes, potholes in the road, fires. I don’t know what I’m getting for my super-high taxes.”

Maher cited the departure of well-known names, “People talk about this a lot now and people are leaving. Like in my industry, Joe Rogan left, Ben Shapiro … Elon Musk talks about leaving.”

“What do you say about that as a California representative?” Maher asked Schiff, who is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

“Well, I think we have to make every effort to make this a more business-friendly state,” Schiff replied. “And I don’t think that there’s anything incompatible with being progressive and also wanting to make sure that this is a place that businesses can survive and thrive.”

California has voted for a Democratic presidential candidate in every general election dating back to 1992, and has had a Democratic governor since 2011.

Also during this week’s episode of “Real Time,” Schiff said that he supports abolishing the Electoral College.

“I think we’re better off focusing on discrete amendments to the Constitution to overturn Citizens United and make sure that we can have elections untampered or uninfluenced by excessive expenditures and dark money,” Schiff told Maher. “And I would favor doing away with the Electoral College system.”

Eliminating the Electoral College system would require a constitutional amendment, a process that would involve approval by two-thirds of the House, two-thirds of the Senate, and three-fourths of all states to agree upon. Schiff acknowledged that this is very unlikely to happen any time soon.

“[The Founders] were great back then, but they were not Nostradamus, they couldn’t see a lot of s*** that was going to happen,” Maher said. “This is a tough sell in a lot of America, where there’s people who believe that the Constitution was literally delivered by Jesus.”

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Spoof video ruthlessly mocks woke Spotify employees trying to censor Joe Rogan’s podcast

A new video posted on YouTube mercilessly mocks the contingent of social justice warrior Spotify employees reportedly demanding “editorial” rights over Joe Rogan’s wildly famous podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

What are the details?

The video, produced by comedian JP Sears, features Sears and fellow comedian, Brent Pella, pretending to be woke Spotify employees demanding company executives to allow them to edit and censor Rogan’s podcast.

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Throughout the video, the two “employees” unwittingly rebuke their own claims with nonsensical explanations about how Rogan is transphobic, misogynistic, racist, anti-vegan, and the list goes on.

“He’s transphobic!” Sears exclaims. “He’s always talking about how he likes trans people, which means he doesn’t love trans people, which means he hates trans people.”

“Hateful Joe Rogan has built a massive audience because people enjoy and respect what he and his guests have to say. But who knows better than his audience what they want to hear? We do!” Pella insists in jest.

The video even mocks the idea that Spotify should care about low-level staffers more than its million-dollar moneymaker. In May, Rogan signed a licensing agreement with Spotify worth more than $100 million.

“But the executives at Spotify won’t cater to our demands,” Sears jokingly complains. “It’s almost like they value a $100 million asset more than they value a $49,000 asset!’

Rogan, who has laughed off the controversy, evidently got a kick out of the video and posted it on Twitter.

What’s the background?

The premise of the spoof video isn’t actually an exaggeration at all, though. Last week, news broke that a group of activist employees at Spotify did indeed demand editorial rights and threatened a “full-blown strike” if their demands were not met.

According to Digital Music News, who first reported on the matter, the demands included “the ability to directly edit or remove sections of upcoming interviews, or block the uploading of episodes deemed problematic” and “the ability to add trigger warnings, corrections, and references to fact-checked articles on topics discussed by Rogan in the course of his multi-hour discussions.”

Reportedly, much of the backlash centered around a July episode of the podcast in which Rogan interviewed Wall Street Journal writer, Abigail Shrier, who recently authored a book titled, “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.” During the episode, Shrier criticized the transgender movement for pressuring young girls into transitioning.

Responding to the news of a possible strike, Rogan defended his show and his right to free speech. He also took a swing at the activist employees, saying, “I get it, you’re a 23-year-old woke kid and you’re working for this company and you think you’re gonna put your foot down, I get it.”

What else?

Sears, more than just finding the controversy comical, was outraged at the news that employees were attempting censor Rogan.

In a post on Instagram last week, Sears wrote: “This is the new book burning. Everything you read and see is being curated. Employees demanding direct ‘editorial’ oversight of the biggest podcast in the world should scare you. It has been happening for years on every social media outlet and it has to stop. Social media censorship needs to be addressed.”

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Demands intensify for Joe Rogan to host next presidential debate following Chris Wallace’s performance

Much of social media called on comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan to moderate the next presidential debate after Fox News’ Chris Wallace’s heavily criticized performance during Tuesday night’s first presidential debate.

Social media criticized Wallace during — and after — the debate, saying that he was largely useless in actually moderating a the debate between President Donald Trump and former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

What did people say about Wallace?

Journalist Soledad O’Brien tweeted, “Hellllo Chris Wallace??? Looking for a moderator here. Jesus Christ what a fricken mess.”

Former GOP strategist Steve Schmidt added, “Chris Wallace has completely lost control of this debate.”

CNN’s Oliver Darcy said Tuesday night, “[Wallace] lost control of the debate early, and failed to ever regain order. It appeared as if Wallace were pleading with Trump to respect the forum like a parent would plead an out-of-control child to behave.”

Comedy Central host Trevor Noah chimed in, “Chris Wallace’s debate performance tonight is a great reminder that kindergarten teachers are underpaid.”

Commentator and former CNN, Fox News, and NBC anchor Greta Van Susteren added, “This is why Chris Wallace lost control of the debate — his first question was not about what either would do for the country going forward but designed to create a fight. Once you lose control of a debate, you can’t regain…”

Van Susteren shared Wallace’s first question in a screenshot, which read, “My first question to both of you tonight, why are you right in the argument you make and your opponent wrong? And where do you think a Justice Barrett would take the court? President Trump, in this first segment, you go first. Two minutes.”

Jeremy Boreing, the Daily Wire’s co-founder and co-CEO, wrote, “How does Chris Wallace keep his job? I understand the defense of his treatment of Trump during interviews and largely agree, but this was a presidential debate. His performance was as bad as we’ve ever seen. Disgraceful.”

Legions of other social media users issued the same sentiment: that Wallace failed in his duties to maintain a semblance of order or decorum during the first 2020 presidential debate.

What did people say about Rogan?

Rogan himself recently offered to moderate one of the 2020 presidential debates.

During a recent episode of his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan set forth his ideal conditions.

“First of all, I want no one else in the room, just the three of us,” he said. “And you’d have to stream it live so no one can edit it, and I would want them in there for hours. … If they wanted to do that — they both wanted to come here in Austin [Texas], sit down and have a debate — I would 100 percent do it.”

The president himself heard word of Rogan’s early September remarks and signed off on the proposal, writing “I do!” to a Twitter user who shared the news and wrote, “[W]ho wants this [to happen]?”

Cyclist Lance Armstrong tweeted, “What happened to this idea that @joerogan ought to host a presidential debate?! Time to restart that conversation.”

He wasn’t the only one — by far.

MMA fighter Tara LaRosa added, “Joe Rogan should have run this debate #Debates2020.”

Journalist Tim Pool chimed in, tweeting, “I feel bad for Chris Wallace[.] Stop bringing in these old fogies and bring in someone with the skill and an understanding of modern media[.] We all know Joe Rogan is the only one who can handle a real debate between Biden and Trump[.]”

A petition calling for the very same scenario gained traction in 2019.

A portion of the petition says Rogan would be the perfect moderator because he has “revolutionized the way political interview and discussion works, as he has provided a long-form media format that has allowed the exchange of ideas to be fully explored.”

At the time of this reporting, the online petition has received more than 285,000 signatures in support.

Anything else?

The second presidential debate is set for Oct. 15 in Miami, Florida, with C-SPAN’s Steve Scully as moderator.

A third and final debate is set for Oct. 22 in Nashville, Tennessee, with NBC News’ Kristen Welker as moderator.

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Spotify employees threaten ‘full-blown strike’ if Joe Rogan isn’t censored: report

A new report stated that Spotify employees are extremely bothered that the music streaming platform has not censored “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast. According to Digital Music News, a self-described source for music industry news and analysis, Spotify employees are so angered about Rogan’s free speech that they have threatened a “full-blown strike” if the company doesn’t suppress certain “JRE” episodes and topics.

On May 19, Spotify announced that it had reached an agreement with Rogan for a “multi-year exclusive licensing deal” that is reportedly worth more than $100 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. In the deal, Spotify gets the “JRE” full library, which adds up to nearly 1,500 episodes.

“It will remain free, and it will be the exact same show,” Rogan said in an announcement on Instagram. “It’s just a licensing deal, so Spotify won’t have any creative control over the show.”

“They want me to just continue doing it the way I’m doing it right now,” he continued. “I’m excited to have the support of the largest audio platform in the world and I hope you folks are there when we make the switch!”

Rogan built a massive audience on YouTube, where he has nearly 10 million subscribers and over 2.6 billion views since launching his podcast in 2009. Episodes of the video podcast are currently available on YouTube, but will be removed and exclusively on Spotify by the end of the year.

Rogan’s first episode on Spotify aired on Sept. 1. Immediately, fans of the massively popular podcast noticed that several potentially controversial episodes were missing from the Spotify library, including interviews with firebrands such as Alex Jones, Gavin McInnes, Milo Yiannopoulos, Charles C. Johnson, Owen Benjamin, and Carl Benjamin, according to Variety.

On Sept. 16, Spotify held an all-hands company meeting, where Spotify CEO Daniel Ek addressed concerns about alleged “transphobic content” that was on several “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcasts, according to Motherboard.

“Some staff inside the company feel alienated by Spotify’s hosting of certain ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ (JRE) episodes, according to copies of some of the questions presented to the meeting obtained by Motherboard,” the report stated.

“In the case of Joe Rogan, a total of 10 meetings have been held with various groups and individuals to hear their respective concerns,” Ek said, three sources reportedly told Motherboard. “And some of them want Rogan removed because of things he’s said in the past.”

“Others have concerns specifically over a recent episode,” Ek reportedly said. “And Joe Rogan and the episode in question have been reviewed extensively. The fact that we aren’t changing our position doesn’t mean we aren’t listening. It just means we made a different judgment call.”

Digital Music News reported this week that Spotify employees are now threatening to strike if Rogan is not censored.

“A contingent of activist Spotify staffers are now considering a walkout or full-blown strike if their demands for direct editorial oversight of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast aren’t met,” the report stated.

The employees are allegedly “demanding direct editorial oversight” over the comedian’s podcast.

That would include the ability to directly edit or remove sections of upcoming interviews, or block the uploading of episodes deemed problematic. The employees also demanded the ability to add trigger warnings, corrections, and references to fact-checked articles on topics discussed by Rogan in the course of his multi-hour discussions.

The report added that there are “preliminary plans” for a work strike that “would principally involve New York-based Spotify employees, and would be accompanied by protests outside Spotify’s Manhattan headquarters.”

“Other aspects would involve media appearances and coordination with other activist organizations,” the report said.

The music outlet noted that the strike “could be risky for the staffers involved.”

“Spotify employees reportedly enjoy comfortable salaries in the $120-$130,000 annual range, with considerable perks and benefits,” the report said. “These are plum jobs in extremely uncertain economic times, making a strike a risky move.”

According to PayScale, Spotify pays its employees an average of $110,432 a year. Glassdoor lists many salaries at Spotify well over $100,000.

BlazeTV’s Dave Rubin, the host of the “The Rubin Report” podcast, commented on the Rogan situation.

“The idea that any of these companies – these platforms, YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, whatever it is – are out there to defend free speech, no, that’s just a crazy fantasy,” Rubin told Billboard. “That’s obviously his choice and it sounds like it was a pretty great financial situation.”

“As far as the [music] platforms getting more into the talk space and the podcast world, I don’t think any of these platforms should be trusted,” Rubin said.

Last week, Rogan issued a rare public apology after being criticized for claims he made on a recent “JRE” podcast. He walked back claims that he made on his podcast that left-wing anarchists set fires in Oregon.

“I f***ed up on the podcast with Douglas Murray and said that people got arrested lighting fires in Portland,” Rogan wrote on Twitter. “That turns out to not be true. I was very irresponsible not looking into it before I repeated it. I read one story about a guy getting arrested for lighting fires. Turned out to be true, but the other s*** I read about people getting arrested for lighting fires in Portland was not true. I repeated it without looking into it and it was a really f***ing stupid mistake that won’t happen again. I’m sorry.”

Rogan, the UFC commentator and podcaster, offered to host a presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Trump immediately accepted the invitation, Biden has yet to respond.

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Joe Rogan offers to moderate a presidential debate. Here’s how he’d do it and what President Trump thinks.

Stand-up comic and popular podcast host Joe Rogan recently offered to moderate a presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, and on Monday morning the president of the United States said he wants it to happen.

During a discussion on the upcoming presidential debates with retired UFC fighter Tim Kennedy on Friday’s episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Kennedy asked if Rogan would be interested in moderating a debate.

“I would want that,” Rogan said before explaining how he would do it. “First of all, I’d want no one else in the room, just the three of us. … And you would have to stream it live so no one can edit it, and I would want them in there for hours.”

“And ideas?” Kennedy asked. “We get to hear what they actually believe in? What they’re gonna do? Who they’re gonna appoint? What judges are gonna be coming in, what policies from gun control to all of it?”

“Yes,” Rogan replied. “We should have that. This is 2020. I mean, we have the ability to have that. We’re not talking about 1979; we’re talking about 2020. If they wanted to do that, they both wanted to come here in Austin, sit down, and have a debate, I would 100% do it,” Rogan continued.

“It would be the best way to find out, but I don’t think that Biden can handle that,” Rogan added.

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After the podcast was published Friday, Kennedy posted about the discussion on Twitter, asking if America would like to see a four-hour debate between Trump and Biden, “just the two candidates, cameras, and their vision of how to move this country forward.”

On Monday, President Trump enthusiastically agreed.

There are three scheduled presidential debates between President Donald Trump and Democrat challenger Joe Biden, sponsored by the nonpartisan
Commission on Presidential Debates. On Sept. 2, the CPD announced the dates, locations, and moderators for the three debates and the vice presidential debate. The first debate will be hosted by Fox News’ Chris Wallace on Sept. 29 at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. The official debate schedule is as follows:

First presidential debate:
? Moderator: Chris Wallace, anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” Fox News Channel

? Date & Location: Tuesday, Sept. 29, Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio

Vice presidential debate:
? Moderator: Susan Page, Washington bureau chief, USA Today

? Date & Location: Wednesday, Oct. 7, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Second presidential debate (town meeting):
? Moderator: Steve Scully, senior executive producer & political editor, C-SPAN Networks

? Date & Location: Thursday, Oct. 15, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, Florida

Third presidential debate:
? Moderator: Kristen Welker, co-anchor “Weekend Today” and White House correspondent, NBC News

? Date & Location: Thursday, Oct, 22, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee

The Trump campaign has said it wants “more debates” with Biden. On Aug. 3, Trump’s campaign manager Bill Stepien
told “Fox & Friends” he’d also like to see the debates start earlier.

“We want more debates. We want debates starting sooner,” Stepien said. “First debate is scheduled for Sept. 29, by that time 16 states already will have voted, by Sept. 29. That’s a concern to me. I want to see President Trump on the debate stage against Joe Biden.”

As for the Democrats, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has gone on record saying she does not believe Biden should debate Trump at all. “I don’t think that there should be any debates,” Pelosi
told reporters at a press conference in August. “I do not think that the president of the United States has comported himself in a way that has any association with truth evidence, data, and facts. I wouldn’t legitimize a conversation with him nor a debate in terms of the presidency of the United States.”

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Attorney and justice advocate explains to Joe Rogan why Kamala Harris’ criminal justice record was not progressive

Former Vice President Joe Biden tapped Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) as his running mate on Tuesday. However, Harris has a complicated past when she was a California’s “Top Cop,” especially since she is the vice presidential nominee for the Democrats, who desperately want to appeal to progressives.

While she was the San Francisco district attorney, Harris oversaw over 1,900 marijuana convictions. However, in a February 2020 interview with “The Breakfast Club,” Harris admitted smoking marijuana while she listened to Tupac and Snoop Dogg. She laughed and joked about smoking marijuana, despite locking people up for the same actions.

Following her vice presidential nomination this week, a clip of former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard attacking Harris during the second Democratic presidential debate from last summer resurfaced. Gabbard slammed Harris’ record as a prosecutor and as attorney general for the state of California.

“Now, Sen. Harris says she’s proud of her record as a prosecutor and she’ll be a prosecutor president, but I’m deeply concerned about this record,” Gabbard stated. “She blocked evidence that would have freed an innocent man from death row until the courts forced her to do so. She kept people in prison beyond their sentences to use them as cheap labor for the state of California, and she fought to keep cash bail system in place that impacts poor people in the worst kind of way.”

Gabbard’s no-holds-barred barrage on Harris caused “#KamalaHarrisDestroyed” to trend on Twitter. Gabbard’s onslaught was the beginning of the end of Harris’ campaign. Harris, who was a frontrunner, dropped out of the 2020 presidential race in December. Harris was polling at 2% at the time and ended her campaign months before the first primary.

Harris withdrew her campaign with only one memorable moment, effectively berating Joe Biden in the first debate for his previous stance against federally mandated busing to desegregate schools.

Gabbard isn’t the only one who is condemning Harris over her record as a prosecutor. Josh Dubin is a litigation consultant and an ambassador advisor–attorney and justice advocate for The Innocence Project, a mission to “exonerate the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.” He ripped Harris during a recent episode of the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.

Dubin prefaced his denunciation of Harris’ record by blatantly stating that he is no fan of President Donald Trump and would much prefer Biden to win the election. Dubin also said that it would “take this podcast and four more” to outline all of Harris’ wrongdoings from her past.

“She fiercely fought wrongful convictions and was shamed by judges when she was district attorney in San Francisco,” Dubin said. “Her prosecutors hide evidence. Once she knew there was evidence that was withheld from defense attorneys, she should have known, in my opinion, that people were innocent. She tried to protect those convictions. Why? Because she wanted to continue winning.”

“She went to great lengths to try to block access to DNA [tests] for people who were accused of or convicted of felonies,” Dubin claimed. “Think about it, we’re talking about a $12 DNA test to see if the biological material from a crime that has been preserved is actually the defendant’s. She blocked access to that.”

“You know when she’s asked for her justification of it, it’s always been on a debate stage, and she’ll always default to: ‘I stand by my record as a prosecutor,'” he told Joe Rogan.

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Dubin cited a New York Times opinion piece by Lara Bazelon titled “Kamala Harris Was Not a ‘Progressive Prosecutor.'” The article, which stated that Harris “was often on the wrong side of history when she served as California’s attorney general,” detailed specific cases during Harris’ reign as district attorney and then the state’s attorney general that was anything but progressive.

In the article from January, Bazelon pointed out how Harris championed legislation that threatened to prosecute parents of students who were habitually truant to school.

Harris laughed while acknowledging that her truancy policy was “a little controversial.” She added, “I said look. I’m done. This is a serious issue, and I’ve got a little political capital, and I’m going to spend some of it.”

“I have a huge stick” as a prosecutor to get kids in school, Harris said of the truancy legislation in 2010. “The school district has a carrot — let’s work in tandem.”

She laughed about how she instructed her assistant DAs to appear as “mean” as possible when they met with parents to warn them that they could face prosecution if their children were truant.

In April 2019, she said she regretted supporting those policies.

There was the case of George Gage, a man with no criminal record, who was charged with sexually abusing his stepdaughter in 1999, years after the alleged incident.

A judge later found that Harris’ prosecutor had unlawfully held back potentially exculpatory evidence, including medical reports stating that the stepdaughter had repeatedly been untruthful with law enforcement. Her own mother described her as “a pathological liar” who “lives her lies.”

The case reached the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in 2015, where Harris’ prosecutors defended the conviction.

“The appellate judges acknowledged this impediment and sent the case to mediation, a clear signal for Ms. Harris to dismiss the case,” the New York Times article said. “When she refused to budge, the court upheld the conviction on that technicality.”

Gage is still in prison, where he is serving a 70-year sentence.

The article presented a spotlight on other suspect cases during Harris’ command, including Daniel Larsen, Johnny Baca, and Kevin Cooper.

Stephen Crowder recently discussed everything wrong with Kamala Harris, including her previous comments about Joe Biden and her radical left policies, on a recent episode of “Good Morning Mug Club” on BlazeTV.

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Joe Rogan says people fear ‘mentally compromised’ Biden ‘Weekend at Bernie’s’ presidency

Popular podcaster Joe Rogan says there is a large contingent of Americans who fear a potential Joe Biden presidency.

Rogan also adds that whoever ends up being Biden’s vice president should prepare to be de facto commander in chief.

What are the details?

Rogan, host of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” insisted that Biden, the 77-year-old presumptive Democratic nominee, is “mentally compromised.”

Rogan pointed to Biden’s recent interview with CBS News’ Errol Barnett, when the former vice president made a bizarre cocaine comparison after Barnett asked if he should take a cognitive test to become president.

“Come on, man,” Biden snapped. “That’s like saying you, before you got on this program, you take a test where you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think, huh? Are you a junkie?”

Biden scoffs when asked if he’s taken a cognitive test

Puzzled over the longtime lawmaker’s remarks, Rogan quipped, “I believe there is … a large group of people that are very uncomfortable with a man who seems to be mentally compromised winning the election, and doing so by hiding.”

Rogan’s remarks about “hiding” seem to echo those of President Donald Trump, who swiped at Biden for refusing to “come out of his basement” during his presidential campaign.

“To be president, you have to be sharp and tough and so many other things,” Trump said in recent remarks. “[Biden] doesn’t even come out of his basement.”

‘VP is gonna have a bucket of lube’ and use him like a puppet

Rogan also added that Biden voters should fully prepare for his choice as vice president to be a de facto president.

“I believe there’s a large group of people that are very uncomfortable with Donald Trump being the president. I absolutely believe that,” Rogan explained. “I believe that there’s also a large group of people that are very uncomfortable with a man who seems to be mentally compromised, winning the election, and doing so hiding. I mean, the guy’s never — he was just at a thing the other day and he forgot where he was.”

He added, “[Biden’s] VP is gonna have a bucket of lube and she’s gonna dunk it in there and stuff her hand up his a**. She’s gonna be working him like ‘Weekend at Bernie’s,'” Rogan added.

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Joe Rogan is leaving Los Angeles and moving to Texas because there’s more freedom there

Joe Rogan, host of one of the most popular podcasts on the planet, said that he decided to move from Los Angeles, California, to Texas because he wanted “a little bit more freedom.”

Rogen explained further the decisions behind his move during his podcast conversation with guest Joe De Sena, the CEO and founder of Spartan and the Death Race.

“I’m outta here,” said Rogan when De Sana asked him about moving. “I’m gonna go to Texas.”

“I just want to go somewhere in the center of the country, somewhere it’s easier to travel to both places, and somewhere where you have a little bit more freedom,” he explained.

“Also I think that um, where we live right here in Los Angeles is overcrowded. And I think, most of the time that’s not a problem. But I think it’s exposing the fact that it’s a real issue, when you look at the number of people that uh, are catching COVID because of this overpopulation issue,” Rogan continued.

“When you look at the traffic, when you look at the economic despair, when you look at the homelessness problem that’s accelerated radically over the last six, seven, ten years, I think there’s too many people here,” he added.

“I think it’s not tenable, I don’t think that it’s manageable. And every mayor does a s**t job of doing it because I don’t think anybody could do a great job of it. I think there’s certain things you’re gonna have to deal with when you have a population of whatever the f**k L.A. is, it’s like twenty million plus people,” Rogan said.

“It’s just too many people,” replied De Sena.

“It’s too many people,” Rogan agreed.

COVID19 concerns

The UFC host and former “Fear Factor” host has hinted previously that he was considering such a move. In May he cited the coronavirus lockdown restrictions imposed by the Democratic leadership as the main reason for his inclination to move to Texas.

“If California continues to be this restrictive, I don’t know if this is a good place to live,” said Rogan. “I might jet. I’m not kidding. I’m not kidding, this is silly. I don’t need to be here.”

According to a report in 2019, nearly 700,000 Californians moved from the Democrat-controlled state in 2018, with more than 86,000 resettling in Texas. Despite those moving out, California’s population grew to 40 million in 2018.

Here’s the video of Rogen’s comments:

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Joe Rogan questions why media ignores Biden’s ‘cognitive decline;’ says wearing face masks ‘is for b***hes’

Joe Rogan made comments this week about wearing face masks and questioned why the media has largely ignored Joe Biden’s “cognitive decline.”

Rogan joined the highly contentious face mask debate, and provided his opinion on the controversial subject. During a recent interview with comedian Bill Burr on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the massively popular podcast host broached the argumentative topic of wearing face masks.

Rogan asked Burr if he wanted people to “walk down the street with a mask on.” Burr responded, “Let’s not start this Joe. I don’t want to start this bulls**t. I’m not going to sit here with no medical degree listening to you with no medical degree, with an American flag behind you smoking a cigar acting like we know what’s up better than the CDC.”

Burr said he watches the news every two weeks to see what the latest recommendations from health experts as to wear or not wear face masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

“Even they say you shouldn’t wear a mask unless you’re treating a coronavirus patient,” Rogan noted. “The World Health Organization literally say that.”

The WHO recommends that health care workers, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, and people caring for someone with suspected COVID-19 symptoms wear a medical mask. The WHO also recommends medical masks for at-risk people, including people aged 60 or over and people of any age with underlying health conditions.

The WHO states that “non-medical, fabric masks are being used by many people in public areas, but there has been limited evidence on their effectiveness and WHO does not recommend their widespread use among the public for control of COVID-19.”

“I just love how wearing a mask became like this soft thing that you’re doing — like being courteous,” Burr said.

Rogan commented on wearing a face masks, “It’s for b*tches.” Burr then asked, “Why is it for b*tches?” Rogan replied, “It just is.”

Burr retorted, “Why does it always become like that? It’s always like the man vs. the b*tch.”

The UFC color commentator replied, “Because that’s what men do, we make fun of things. Anything. Anything that seems like you’re not taking chances. And that’s what the mask is.”

Rogan pointed out that not enough people are talking about taking “care of your immune system.”

“No one’s telling you to sleep more, drink water, take vitamins,” Rogan said.

Rogan has been tested for coronavirus twice, and has tested all of his podcast guests since the COVID-19 outbreak.

The conversation about face masks begins at the 5-minute mark.

(Content warning: The following video contains explicit language):

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Rogan also took the mainstream media to task for their apparent failure to cover former Vice President Joe Biden’s “cognitive decline.” Rogan made his remarks about Biden’s gaffes and mental lapses during an interview with evolutionary biologist Bret Weinstein.

“Sometimes people get really tongue-tied, and panic under pressure and words come out all f***ed up,” Rogan said. “That is possible. But there’s a trend.”

“And if you go back to when he was a younger man, that trend didn’t exist,” Rogan said of the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate. “You’re seeing a change. And the idea that as you get older, you become less comfortable with the media, less comfortable with speaking publicly, that doesn’t jive with me. That doesn’t make any sense.”

Weinstein, who is often named as one of the members of the “Intellectual Dark Web,” replied, “I agree with you. I see a decline.”

“But irrespective of what that is, Joe Biden is an influence peddler,” Weinstein continued. “He’s not an idea guy, right? He’s the same idea as Hillary Clinton in a different morphology.”

In April, Rogan compared Biden to a 3-year-old and President Donald Trump to boxing legend Mike Tyson.

“It shows you how crazy the system is that they wanted him,” Rogan said on his podcast. “That they wanted Biden to be their guy, that they don’t, they can’t admit that he’s in cognitive decline. I mean, it’s very strange.”

On Saturday, “Joe Rogan” was a trending topic on Twitter for his face mask comment, remarks about Biden, and because an old video of Rogan was resurfaced. In the video from 2011, fellow comedian Joey Diaz talks about exchanging stand-up stage appearances for sexual favors on Rogan’s podcast.

Many users were contacting Spotify to try to have Rogan canceled. In May, Rogan signed a contract with Spotify worth an estimated $100 million.

Many people on Twitter, including Steven Crowder, were doubtful that Rogan would be canceled for the latest “controversy.”

People also tried to cancel Joe Rogan in January after he endorsed Bernie Sanders.

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Joe Rogan: I might move to Texas ‘if California continues to be this restrictive’ with ‘silly’ COVID-19 shutdown

Amid news that Los Angeles County is extending its stay-at-home order through July — not to mention other statewide coronavirus-related moves, such as shutting down all public universities for the upcoming fall semester — premier podcaster Joe Rogan is seriously considering high-tailing it out of Dodge.

What are the details?

“Hey, I might move to Texas,” he said during his Wednesday show. “If California continues to be this restrictive, I don’t know if this is a good place to live. … I might jet. I’m not kidding. I’m not kidding, this is silly. I don’t need to be here.”

Rogan also pointed to his home state’s high taxes, as well as the prospect that he and his comedian friends might not be able to do standup in front of audiences “until 2022 or some s**t like that.”

The host of “The Joe Rogan Experience” added that if he were to move to Texas, possible locations include Dallas and Austin. But summers in Houston, he said, are “motherf***ers,” so that city’s apparently out.

Rogan also spoke to comedian Bryan Callen, who confirmed that he’s doing a series of standup shows in Houston at the end of the month — and in a 450-seat venue that will allow 200 audience members enter. Both the opened-up calendar in Texas and the number of people allowed in the Houston venue — more than 50% capacity — impressed Rogan.

“Why would we stay here?” he added.

Here’s the clip. (Content warning: Language):

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Joe Rogan says he has been tested for coronavirus twice. Of course, people are mad at him for it.

Hit podcaster and UFC commentator Joe Rogan bragged this week about his ability to get tested for coronavirus multiple times — which of course made a whole swath of people really upset.

Not only is the podcaster getting tested, he’s having all of his guests tested, too — and on his dime.

He’s doing what?

On the April 15 episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan started his program declaring, “Chris D’Elia’s negative. Yay!”

Rogan was referring to his guest, actor and comedian Chris D’Elia, who had just tested negative for coronavirus.

D’Elia replied, “That’s right, I got the test. You know why I got the test? Because I know Joe Rogan. Because I came here, and he had a doctor.”

Turns out Rogan has made coronavirus testing a policy for his show: He gets tested regularly, and his guests are all tested before they can come in studio.

“I’ve been tested twice already,” Rogan told D’Elia. “I got tested yesterday, and I got tested two days before that. I’m just going to test myself every three or four days — f*** it.”

Then he explained the show policy to his listeners: “So, I’m testing everybody. So, the way we’re doing this here is when people come in to do the podcast, test them first, keep the f*** away from then, and then give them a hug.”

D’Elia responded, “You’re the first person I’ve hugged in a month. … It felt good, honestly.”

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Joe Rogan Experience #1458 – Chris D’Elia

How’s he doing it?

Though coronavirus tests have become hard to come by in much of the nation, Rogan seems to have easy access to as many test as he wants. But it’s not the official nasal-swab tests that the FDA has approved and that the CDC recommends.

Instead, Rogan has an on-demand doctor, Dr. Abe Malkin, Vice news revealed. The doctor is part of Concierge MD LA, “a premium provider of high-end, on-demand, and personalized medical care in Los Angeles,” Vice said.

Malkin told Vice that he is administering an antibody test that has not been approved by the FDA.

“There’s about 70 companies producing antibody tests, and only one of them is FDA approved, that’s Cellex. I don’t know how the hell they got that contract that they got FDA approval, but it’s impossible to get those tests,” Malkin explained to Vice. “I give everyone a disclaimer, it’s not FDA approved, you can’t use this for diagnosis, it’s more for peace of mind, for epidemiologic data. But if they need a definitive diagnosis, they have to get a nasal swab.”

But just because they’re not FDA approved doesn’t mean they’re not effective. Malkin told Vice: “I’ve tested about 300 [people] in the last week, about 5% of asymptomatic people turn up positive on antibody testing, and about 10 to 20% of symptomatic people have showed up positive on antibody testing. And everyone that was a known positive, has shown up positive on antibody testing.”

Recent Rogan guest Bryan Callen shared a video of the results of his test at the Rogan studios with Dr. Malkin. The test reportedly takes only a few minutes.

Seems expensive

The tests cost $299 each, Yahoo reported, and Rogan appears more than happy to pay for it.

D’Elia told the back story of the testing on the “BUILD Series” podcast Thursday.

“I realized I haven’t touched anybody except for my family, that I live with, and that’s it,” D’Elia said, according to Yahoo. “I went to do Joe Rogan’s podcast [Wednesday] and said to him, I texted him, ‘Are we still doing this? Should we do this?’ And he’s like, ‘Ya, I have a doctor here he’s going to test you first.'”

When interviewer Ricky Camilleri asked how Rogan was getting the tests, D’Elia answered, “Because Joe’s paying for them, that’s why,” adding, “Joe is basically Bruce Wayne,” Yahoo reported.

Camilleri replied, “Unreal. I don’t want to let my blood pressure go off the chart while I’m doing an interview with you, but that’s wild to me.”

D’Elia responded, lamenting the cost of the tests, “I mean, there’s plenty of tests. There’s plenty of doctors, there’s plenty of tests out there. I just think that it’s tough for the actual public to get, it sucks. It sucks.”

Naturally, people were upset

The New York Post noted that a lot of people — including several of Rogan’s fans — were upset about the podcaster’s many tests and shared a few of their responses to his recent revelation:

  • “If you can’t get a #coronavirus test it’s cause Joe Rogan hoarding all them bitches. Good lord.”
  • “A close friend, a doctor, presumably had coronavirus but couldn’t get tested in NYC. Cool that Joe Rogan is able to test his pals like it’s nothing.”
  • “I don’t need to talk to joe rogan I just want a corona virus test.”
  • “People like Joe Rogan bragging everyday how him and his friends are being tested daily is just ridiculous. Joe Rogan has had multiple coronavirus test with negative results. What the hell man?”
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Joe Rogan hilariously trashes Trump-Biden 2020 matchup: ‘Like Mike Tyson versus a 3-year-old’

Hit podcast host Joe Rogan smashed former Vice President and presidential candidate Joe Biden’s chances in defeating President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election in November.

What are the details?

During a new episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan compared Biden to a 3 year old and Trump to professional boxing legend Mike Tyson, and said that the Democratic Party is “crazy.”

“It shows you how crazy the system is that they wanted him,” he said. “That they wanted Biden to be their guy, that they don’t, they can’t admit that he’s in cognitive decline. I mean, it’s very strange.”

Rogan, a former MMA fighter, said that Biden is simply unable to carry on a coherent conversation or discussion for any prolonged period of time.

“Look,” he said. “If someone wants to ask me questions about things that I understand — like MMA or like comedy — like if you want to ask me questions about these things that I think about and talk about all the time, I could talk to you really clearly about those things and make a lot of sense.”

He also noted that the COVID-19 crisis is also going to highlight how ill-equipped Biden is when it comes to being able to defeat Trump.

“Right now, we’re in the s***, right? We’re in the April s***, it’s the worst time of the corona,” Rogan said. “A lot of people are dying. … So and then you go June, July, August — hopefully everything’s up and running again, the economy starts coming back on track. Trump makes a couple of great speeches, but Biden is more in decline.”

“It’s not gonna get better,” he insisted.

What else?

Rogan promised his listeners that there would be “no way” Biden could beat Trump in a hypothetical matchup.

“[Trump’s] already dismissing [Biden],” he continued. “He’s gonna destroy him. He’s gonna kill him man. I mean it’s such an easy target, it’s like Mike Tyson versus a 3-year-old.”

(Content warning: Rough language):

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Joe Rogan, who supports Sanders, slams Biden as Dem nominee — and reveals why he would vote for Trump

Joe Rogan supports Sen. Bernie Sanders for president. But the prospect of Joe Biden winning the Democratic nomination has the famed podcast host re-thinking which party he will vote for in November.

Speaking on his podcast on Friday, Rogan told Eric Weinstein that he would vote for President Donald Trump if Biden becomes the Democratic nominee.

“This is the real issue with the Democratic Party. They’ve essentially made us all morons with this Joe Biden thing. They really have. They’ve made us all morons,” Rogan said. “I can’t vote for him.”

Rogan went on to say:

I’d rather vote for Trump than [Biden]. I don’t think he can handle anything. You’re relying entirely on his cabinet. If you want to talk about an individual leader that can communicate, he can’t do that. And we don’t know what the f**k he’ll be like after a year in office. The pressure of being president of the United States is something than no one has ever prepared for. The only one who seems to be fine with it is Trump, oddly enough. He doesn’t seem to be aging at all or in any sort of decline. Obama, almost immediately, started looking older. George W. [Bush], almost immediately, started looking older.

Last month, Rogan predicted that Trump would crush Biden in a general election.

“Trump is going to eat him alive. He’s going to eat that guy alive,” Rogan said.

“The guy can barely remember what he’s talking about while he’s talking,” he explained. “Every video of him recently talking … he’s stumbling through s**t. He forgets what he’s talking about.”

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VIDEO: Joe Rogan warns Trump will crush Biden, who sounds ‘high as f***’: ‘He’s gonna eat that guy alive’

Podcast host Joe Rogan, who endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2020 Democratic primary, said this week that President Donald Trump will likely crush former Vice President Joe Biden in the general election.

Rogan made the comments during his show on Thursday while discussing a series of recent gaffes by the Democratic front-runner.

“Trump is going to eat him alive. He’s going to eat that guy alive,” the popular comedian said.

Rogan has warned Democrats to call-out their own side or they will suffer the consequences at the ballot box.

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Biden is ‘stumbling through s**t’ and ‘forgets what he’s talking about’

“The guy can barely remember what he’s talking about while he’s talking,” Rogan explained. “Every video of him recently talking … he’s stumbling through s**t. He forgets what he’s talking about.”

The host then played a series of TV show appearances from the last several days where Biden appears confused, makes awkward long pauses while speaking, or stumbles on his words, Among the clips was an interview on “The View” where Biden said, “We have to take care of the cure. That will make the problem worse no matter what.”

Maybe he’s ‘high as f***’?

Rogan said that Biden’s verbal faux pas are a sign the former vice president “doesn’t know what he’s talking about when he’s talking.”

“I’m looking at this like a medical condition,” he added. “When I’m calling a fight, and I see a guy limping, I’m like ‘I think he hurt his knee.’ (….) I’m looking at this like it’s a medical issue.”

The comedian then noted, “That’s not a normal way to communicate — unless he’s high as f***,” while explaining “he doesn’t look good either — and they got makeup on him. His skin is all pulled tight like a lizard.”

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AOC distanced herself from Bernie Sanders’ campaign after alleged conflicts over immigration rhetoric, Joe Rogan

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) appeared to be a huge boost to the democratic socialist’s presidential campaign — but shortly before the Iowa caucuses, the relationship between the two like-minded politicians cooled off, HuffPost reported.

Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) were competing for the Ocasio-Cortez’s endorsement, and she came out in favor of Sanders in October when he was fading somewhat in the polls and recovering from a heart attack that threatened his candidacy.

Iowa issues: Between October and late January, Ocasio-Cortez spoke for Sanders at 15 large rallies, including crucial events in Iowa while Sanders was in Washington, D.C., for President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.

Problems surfaced after a Jan. 25 rally in which Ocasio-Cortez gave an entire speech on Sanders’ behalf without mentioning his name once. She also encouraged people to work against immigration authorities on behalf of illegal immigrants. HuffPost reported that Sanders’ campaign manager Faiz Shakir told Ocasio-Cortez he didn’t like her advocating for open noncooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, although Shakir has denied such communication.

Joe Rogan conflict: Sanders picked up another high-profile endorsement during that same late January period, when popular podcast host Joe Rogan indicated that he’d be voting for Sanders.

That endorsement was controversial in progressive circles, because Rogan has said some decidedly non-progressive things about transgender people — specifically that biological men who transition to become transgender women should not be able to compete in mixed martial arts fights against biological women.

Still, Sanders’ campaign chose to embrace and publicize Rogan’s endorsement — and Ocasio-Cortez was reportedly unhappy with that decision.

Ocasio-Cortez backs away: After a Jan. 26 event in Iowa, Ocasio-Cortez didn’t campaign for Sanders for more than two weeks before showing up in New Hampshire, although a source familiar with the situation told HuffPost “it was like pulling teeth” to make that happen.

In the next month after that Feb. 10 New Hampshire appearance, Ocasio-Cortez reportedly turned down numerous requests from the Sanders campaign to speak for him in Nevada and South Carolina. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s big wins in South Carolina and on Super Tuesday allowed Biden to take control of the primary from Sanders.

(H/T: The Daily Wire)