From stand-up comic, to sitcom star, to gameshow host, to UFC color-commentator to podcaster, Joe Rogan has done it all and each step of the way has gained more influence with his fans.
Now, with his massive audience, he has President Joe Biden sweating buckets.
Because Joe Rogan made a 2024 announcement that left Joe Biden reeling.
Nearly 13-million people listen to comedian Joe Rogan’s, The Joe Rogan Experience, podcast.
In fact, according to Edison Research, Rogan owns and operates the number-one most listened to podcast in America.
That gives the former UFC color-commentator a great deal of influence over a large swath of people.
On his show, Rogan and his guests discuss everything from sports to pop culture to conspiracy theories to politics.
And Rogan isn’t totally set in his views – over the years, he’s proven the ability to evolve his opinions based on evidence and experience.
For example, the former Fear Factor host endorsed Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign during the 2020 Democrat primaries.
However, Rogan – while far from a rock-ribbed conservative – has grown frustrated with Democrats’ attack on the First and Second Amendments, pushing of Critical Race Theory and the LGBTQ+ agenda in schools, COVID restrictions and more from the Democrat party and its leaders.
While interviewing fellow comedian Russel Brand – who has undergone a similar metamorphosis – Rogan weighed in on how he’d vote if 2024 turns into a 2020 rematch.
Would vote for Trump over “gone” Biden
The man who once endorsed a self-anointed Socialist, now is ready to pull the level for a Republican.
“I would vote for [former President Donald] Trump before I’d vote for Biden,” Rogan said on his podcast. “Just ‘cause I think with Biden, like he’s gone. Like, you know, he’s gone. You’re gonna be relying on his cabinet. And I knew his cabinet would be this f–king sideshow of diversity — which is exactly what it is.”
JOE ROGAN: “I’d vote for Trump before I’d vote for Biden… he’s gone”
— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) March 6, 2023
And Donald Trump isn’t the first member of the Grand Old Party whom Rogan has expressed support for.
DeSantis would be “a good president”
Last summer, while interviewing his fellow Cancel Culture-victim, Gina Carano, Carano asked the former star of News Radio who he’d like to see in the White House.
“Yeah, I think Ron DeSantis would work as a good president,” Rogan said. “I think, I mean, what he’s done for Florida has been admirable. I feel like what he did for Florida, a lot of people gave him a lot of grief, but ultimately, he was correct. He was correct when it comes to, like, deaths. He was correct when it comes to protecting all vulnerable populations. He was correct in terms of distribution of monoclonal antibodies. And he was furious when the government tried to pull those. They were trying to pull very effective treatments.”
And Rogan once again shocked Bernie Bros across the country just a couple months later while interviewing Quarterback Aaron Rogers.
The Super Bowl champion asked Rogan his advice for people fed up with government overreach on their lives.
“Vote Republican,” Rogan responded. “That’s what a lot of them are going to do anyway.”
His “vote Republican” advice led to Leftist groups advocating for a boycott and second attempt to get Rogan banned from Spotify.
Those radically woke groups – once again – failed to silence Rogan.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.