Before we begin, lemme just say that this one was over before it started.
“This one” was podcaster extraordinaire Joe Rogan, host of the wildly popular “The Joe Rogan Experience,” and YouTube star Patrick Bet-David tag-teaming the tar out of California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom and President Joe Biden — with a beatdown of Kamala Harris tossed in for giggles.
As Rogan and Bet-David talked about Biden leaving office before the end of his term, Rogan took the opportunity to blister Harris with white-hot truth.
I just can’t imagine the United States wants President Kamala Harris. I don’t think anybody wants that. Nobody wants that. Maybe some people would prefer that over President Trump, but nobody wants that.
I’ll leave the “either/or” Trump-Harris thing to others — for now — but between Madam Vice President’s ridiculous word salads, the fact that she appears to have had zero positive effect on the embattled Biden administration or its disastrous policies should be reason enough for the Democrats themselves to kick her to the curb before 2024 rolls around. That won’t happen, of course, which is a good thing for the GOP.
Rogan took off the gloves when he went after Gov.
Hair Gel Newsom:
Nobody believes in that guy. That guy’s a f***ing conman. Everything he did in California, from trying to mandate vaccines for kids, when it was totally unnecessary, to being caught out in public without a mask and lying about the fact that he was outdoors.
He’s just a politician. Just a stone-cold narrative-driven politician. Nobody thinks he’s a real human. Whether you like Trump or not, or whether you think he’s corrupt or not – that’s a human being; you know what that guy is.
To Rogan’s first point, the hypocritical governor infamously violated his own COVID mandate by dining with a large group of people at the pricey French Laundry restaurant in Napa, California, in November 2020. Newsom later apologized — while lying that the dinner was outdoors.
Rogan called Newsom a “cardboard cutout of a person.”
With Newsom, you’ve got this construct. This cardboard cutout of a person. I don’t think people want that. But they might want it more than President Trump – and that’s where we got Joe Biden.
Yep, Biden — and Rogan was just warming up.
Joe Rogan says there is little desire for a President Kamala Harris, and he slams Gavin Newsom as “a f–ckin conman” and a “carboard cutout” who tried to mandate unnecessary mRNA vaccines for children and got caught disobeying his own COVID-19 orders:
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— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) August 3, 2023
Ready? It gets vicious — delightfully so.
We didn’t get Joe Biden because Joe Biden’s amazing. Joe Biden’s been a goof his whole f***ing career. He’s always been a goof. He’s been caught lying so many times. He’s so full of s**t. There’s so much evidence that he’s corrupt. Just undeniable evidence of corruption.
Count ’em — seven blistering comments, every one of them true.
Rogan going off.
“Biden’s so full of sh-t, there’s so much evidence he’s corrupt.”pic.twitter.com/hAIWRM7OmK
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) August 4, 2023
I recently described Biden as Barney Fife’s evil twin brother. All of the goofiness, to borrow Rogan’s descriptor, none of Barney’s good intentions, and a serial-lying, buck-passer who’s apparently allergic to decency and cares far less about the good people of America than pushing radical leftist narratives — at the expense of the rest of the country.
Finally, as I suggested in the headline, Rogan has rebuffed overtures to interview the now-former President Trump, but during the show, Bet-David asked, straight-up: “So, when are you having Trump on?”
Rogan seemed to hint it might finally happen.
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.
The “maybe” was a far cry from Rogan’s previous stance, which he described in July 2022, thusly:
By the way, I’m not a Trump supporter in any way, shape or form. I’ve had the opportunity to have him on my show more than once — I’ve said no, every time. I don’t want to help him. I’m not interested in helping him.
While I admire Rogan for standing strong on his principles, we’ve reached a point where the 2024 presidential crazy train is hurtling down the track with ever more reckless abandon, so having Trump on “The Joe Rogan Experience” to talk about the whole thing would amount to a helluva podcast.
I mean, we’re talking pay-per-view-quality stuff.