Democrats’ Worst Nightmare For 2024? It’s Not A Politician

0
269

Joe Rogan, host of the podcast, urged Americans who were hounded, forced to close their companies, and compelled to lock their doors due to COVID regulations during the pandemic to “vote Republican” in November.

Rogan made his remarks on Saturday in an episode with NFL player Aaron Rodgers, who famously turned down the punch. Over the course of a three-hour chat, the two made jokes about politicians who disobeyed their strict directives, mostly in Democratic-run towns and states, and about how vaccination is the answer to the worldwide pandemic.

Since this is a novel concept, Rogan expressed his hope that some lessons may be gained from it. “This was a first for us. Since no one living today has ever experienced a genuine pandemic, I’m hopeful that now that it’s done, people will see there were some big mistakes made and learn from them.”

“The most you can get out of it is that,” said Rogan.

When Rodgers questioned Rogan on what he would say to those who had lost their jobs as a result of the government imposing such requirements, Rogan said without missing a beat, “Vote Republican.”

Voter registration has already started to change in the United States.

More than 1 million voters in 43 states have switched their political allegiance to the Republican Party, according to voter registration statistics examined by The Associated Press.

According to the same statistics, almost 630,000 of the 1.7 million voters who switched parties registered as Democrats.

The Democratic Party’s rhetoric and reaction to the epidemic, as well as the Biden Administration’s record-high gas costs and open border crises, are likely to blame for the move.

According to PBS, Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee, told the Associated Press in June that American suburbia will go red in future elections.

“Voters have flocked to the Republican Party in droves,” said McDaniel, “because Biden and the Democrats are so out of touch with the average American.”

According to a financial analysis published in April 2021, which was 200,000 more than a normal recent year, the pandemic led to the permanent closure of almost 800,000 U.S. businesses within the first year of the virus epidemic.

Using the reaction from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has been under constant fire from leftist media talking heads for keeping the state open with “sensible” laws like safeguarding the elderly and ensuring universal access to healthcare, Rogan supported his claim.

Rogan continued, “And everyone else ought to be able to do whatever you want to do and protect your freedom.”

In the same show, Rogan said that “former President Donald Trump was the greatest president in history and maintained that the politicians who implemented such harmful pandemic policies would not be held accountable.”

“Nothing, and there was no responsibility for these judgments that demonstrated the lack of science,” said Rogan.

Author: Blake Ambrose