Joe Rogan Says Biden Is No Longer President

Long -tenured UFC commentator and podcast host Joe Rogan has a belief that a “mysterious cabal of humans” is running the country instead of President Joe Biden, but it “shows the system kinda works” via Mediaite.



It has been noted that Comedian Tim Dillon joined Rogan for the latest episode of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and the two dove into the presidential election with Rogan referring to 81-year-old Biden being president as “elder abuse.”

“I’m of the opinion and I think you are too that Biden doesn’t exist,” Rogan said.

“It could be the first AI thing!” Dillon joked.

“I think he’s a living human being, don’t get me wrong, but there’s nothing there. It doesn’t exist,” Rogan responded.

The podcaster argued Biden is a great “stress test” for the country.

“Everything around him is what’s supporting the country, which is kind of crazy, kind of shows you the system kinda works,” he said.

In addition to this, he said that the voters are now being gaslit into voting for “this mysterious cabal of humans that’s actually running the country.”

Rogan contrasted Biden with former President Barack Obama, noting Obama did not have anywhere near the amount of public gaffes that the current president has.

“Isn’t it crazy when Obama was president, the worst they could get on him was, remember when he wore that tan suit?” he said, laughing. “He never had a single moment publicly where he stumbled, where he said something really stupid. This is insane.”

Rogan has also claimed if it were any other job, it would be considered “elder abuse” for Biden.

“If it was any other job, it would be elder abuse. If there was a guy who was running the corner grocery store and his family was making him run it and he was that old and they had money, you’d be like, what the fuck are you doing to your dad?” he said. “Why are you making your dad work? Your dad’s out of it.”

On Donald Trump, Rogan and Dillon agreed that the Covid-era lockdowns and his association with Dr. Anthony Fauci present his “biggest vulnerability” for conservatives.

“He hasn’t corrected course because it’s very difficult for him to ever say that he was wrong,” Rogan said.

Barry Russell
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