Podcaster Joe Rogan revealed he would vote for Donald Trump over President Joe Biden in 2024 over the incumbent’s lack of mental acuity.
Declaring that Biden is cognitively “gone,” Rogan told Russell Brand on Thursday’s “The Joe Rogan Experience” that he “would vote for Trump before I’d vote for Biden. Just because I think with Biden like he’s gone.”
The host referenced Biden’s cabinet as a “sideshow of diversity” and specifically noted Sam Brinton. “That one person who stole all the women’s clothes…that’s a diversity hire! You’ve just said, ‘Oh, look at this! A man who dresses like a woman and has a beard and a mustache.”
Brinton is a former Department of Energy official who faces felony charges over allegedly stealing luggage from airports.
'Bleeding heart liberal' Joe Rogan says he'd vote for Trump before Biden because he's 'mentally gone' and Americans now have to rely on his 'side show of diversity' administration
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) March 6, 2023
The president’s track record of diversity picks has not been impressive, and it starts with Vice President Kamala Harris. She is still trying to find an identity in Washington, and many in her own party doubt her political skills.
Pete Buttigieg certainly fills a category, but the nation’s transportation system under his watch has been nothing short of a disaster. He half-heartedly addresses one crisis before another opportunity arrives to show how much he is in over his head.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre generally looks lost behind the podium. And transgender Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine is a sideshow all to himself.
As Rogan said, “you can’t have those kinds of people running a Ben & Jerry’s. You certainly can’t have those kinds of people running the…most powerful government the world’s ever known.” The host called Biden’s personnel decisions “nuts” and “nonsense.”
The White House method of choosing hires, he added, is finding someone who “makes us look like we’re on the right side.”
Brand responded that Biden is the “perfect president for the time.” His reasoning? “Cause he’s like the perfect metaphor for what it is. This system is over.”
Brand explained that the Biden administration puts people into positions “in order to carry the narrative.”
Rogan is spot-on in his assessment of the current White House. Quality and results mean next to nothing against the goal of simply checking all the right boxes. And Americans are worse off for the effort.