Joe Rogan: Having Biden in Office Is ‘F*cking Dangerous’ – ‘He’s So Far Gone’

Podcaster Joe Rogan has fired back over Joe Biden’s recent gaffes, warning that the Democrat president’s off-script comments on global affairs are “f*cking dangerous.”

Rogan was responding after Biden spoke about defending Taiwan against Communist China and confirming our “solidarity against Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.”

During Wednesday’s episode of his massively popular Spotify podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the host spoke with his guest, independent political commentator Dave Smith, about how Biden is “deteriorating.”

The two talked about Biden saying “insane things” that unnamed White House officials keep disputing.

Smith mentioned Biden’s Taiwan comments that were walked back.

“The White House issued a statement that their policy has not changed,” Smith said.

“Who’s the White House?”

Rogan said:

“That’s why having a guy like him in office is f*cking dangerous.

“But that’s legitimately dangerous, man.

“‘Like I’d vote for Trump before I’d vote for Biden.

“And the reason being is like you knew this.

“You knew he was deteriorating.

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“Forget about his policies when he was lucid.

“I mean he was lucid during the Obama administration.

“You barely heard from him.

“See, regardless of what you think about his policies, like as a human, that’s in a position of extreme stress and power.

“That’s nuts … that’s insane.

“He’s so far gone.”

Rogan then compared Kamala Harris to the “girlfriend” of  “really good comics” who also “does comedy too, but she bombs every time.”

“They trot her out every now and then, they’re like ‘give her one more chance. Let her talk. Let her talk.’

“And it’s always chaos.

“It’s like now she’s so triggered burnt.

“You could tell that she’s almost like shell-shocked.

“Yes, she’s much worse,” he said.


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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