Joe Rogan Chooses Trump Over Biden: Democrats Have 'Made Us All Morons' [VIDEO]
Bernie Sanders' big endorsement during the campaign was Joe Rogan. Sorry, AOC. But the host of the biggest podcast in America has more weight with people outside Twitter. Though as we all know by now, he doesn't have that much weight among the Democrat establishment that decided on Joe Biden, a decision that is going over like gangbusters for them (see Watch Joe Biden’s Heart Break Over Trump’s Approval Ratings [VIDEO] and Joe Biden Emerged from Hiding … Confused and with a Cough [VIDEO]).
Rogan had the "lesser of two evils" conversation that many Americans who aren't part of the two big tribes wind up having with themselves. When you don't like either candidate, who do you vote for?
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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 even know what the f*** he's going to be like after a year in office.
It's hard to predict what's going to happen in November when you currently can't predict when you are allowed to leave your house. So let's take the pandemic wild card out of the deck for now. Imagine you're an apolitical person. Who do you choose between Trump and Biden? Polls currently give the edge to Biden. And no, they are NOT fake polls or fake news. It's a snapshot in time of people who aren't currently that engaged in the presidential race. Their options are a guy they think is an @$$hole and a guy they remember thinking was a nice dude when he was vice president eight years ago.
Jump forward a few months. You, who are engaged in the presidential race (since you're reading a political blog) see how horrible Biden looks now. Imagine a few more months of diminished faculties. Now people are looking at THAT Joe Biden vs. the current president, whom you may not like, but who was at least getting the job done pre-pandemic. Who, come September time, after the economy (hopefully) comes roaring back after he asked Americans to make a shared sacrifice, will now also have that to run on.
I imagine many more middle-of-the-road-people are going to make the decision the same way Joe Rogan does.