Joe Rogan Sends Message to America after ‘Serious Errors’ Made during Pandemic: ‘Vote Republican’

Popular podcast host Joe Rogan has responded to the “serious errors” made by Democrat leaders during the pandemic by urging America to “vote Republican.”

In the latest episode of his hit show “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the host discussed Covid-related restrictions on public freedom with his guest, NFL superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Rogan suggested that Democrats were responsible for people being harassed over COVID-19 mandates, forced to shutter their doors, and close their businesses during the pandemic.

The podcaster then advised the American people to swing red to prevent such restrictions from happening again in the future.

Rogan’s comments came on Saturday while he discussed COVID vaccines with Rogers, who famously declined to get the jab.

Over a three-hour conversation on the show, which has an estimated audience of around 11 million per episode, the two jested about legacy media corporations praising vaccinations as the solution to the global pandemic.

They also blasted politicians who broke their own draconian mandates — primarily in Democrat-ran cities and states.

“I hope there are lessons learned in this because this is a new thing,” Rogan said.

“We had never had this before.

“No one who is alive today has ever experienced a true pandemic, and I’m hoping — that now that this is over — people are going to recognize that some serious errors were made and not repeat those.”

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“That’s the best you can get out of it,” Rogan added.

When Rogers asked the host what he would tell the people who have lost their livelihoods due to the government forcing such mandates, Rogan said to “vote Republican” without skipping a beat.

Americans have already begun switching their voter registration status.

More than 1 million voters across 43 states have politically shifted towards the Republican Party, according to voter registration data analyzed by The Associated Press.

The same data shows that about 630,000 of the 1.7 million voters who changed their party affiliation registered Democrats.

The shift has likely come from the Democrats’ rhetoric and response to the pandemic and the Biden Administration’s record-high gas prices and open border crisis.

In June, PBS reported that Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel predicted that American suburbs would trend red for future cycles.

“Biden and Democrats are woefully out of touch with the American people, and that’s why voters are flocking to the Republican Party in droves,” McDaniel said reportedly told the Associated Press.

The Wall Street Journal reported that an economic study released in April 2021 showed the pandemic resulted in roughly 800,000 U.S. establishments permanently closing during the first year of the virus outbreak, 200,000 more than in a typical recent year.

Rogan backed up his argument using the response from Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.

Gov. DeSantis has endured relentless criticism from the liberal media talking heads for keeping the state open with “reasonable” policies like protecting the elderly and providing medical care for everyone.

“And everyone else should be able to do whatever you want to do and protect your freedom,” Rogan added.

Rogan also complained that the politicians who enacted such detrimental pandemic policies would not face any consequences.

“Nothing,” Rogan said,

“And no accountability for these decisions that show there was no science.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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