Joe Rogan Tells Aaron Rodgers Americans Should “Vote Republican”

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Famous podcaster, comedian, and MMA junkie Joe Rogan took time to blast the left during an interview on his show with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, saying that Americans should “vote Republican” after witnessing the US government’s response to Covid-19.

“No one who was alive today had ever experienced a true pandemic,” Rogan said during his show. “And I’m hoping that now that this is over people are going to you know, recognize that some serious errors were made and not repeat those. That’s the best you can get out of it.”

“So what do you tell those people?” Rodgers asked.”Vote Republican,” Rogan quickly shot back. “That’s what a lot of them are going to do anyway,” Rodgers answered with a chuckle.

“More than a million people transferred over to the Republican Party. I think in 2021 alone,” stated Rogan.

“But you know, you look at guys like Ron DeSantis, who kept Florida open and had some pretty reasonable policies in terms of like, what to do about Covid. And you know, he mapped it out on television.”

“He was widely criticized for this: where he was saying ‘we need to protect our elders, we need to make sure that medical care is available for those people, and everyone else should be able to do whatever you want to do, and protect your freedom.'”Rodgers is no stranger to criticism relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Packers quarterback famously received a lot of pressure and vitriol for his decision to not take the Covid-19 jab despite the National Football League attempting to force it upon its players. He touched on this controversy during Rogan’s podcast, explaining that he had his current and future career prospects threatened with termination should he not comply and take the experimental mRNA treatment:

“Day 3 of camp they sent this stooge in, and he showed the slides of ‘what’s your vaccination status percentage is on your team and where you compare to the rest of the league….’ I started asking him questions about liability. ‘Well, I’m not a lawyer.’

“Ok, cool. But you’re in here talking about all these different things and you don’t talk about anybody’s personal health issues, there’s zero exemptions. You took out religious exemptions, you took out PEG exemptions. You took out anybody’s ability to have an opinion of ‘I don’t want to do this.'”

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