Number one podcaster in the nation and UFC Commentator Joe Rogan knows something about match-ups, and while he primarily deals in mixed martial arts fighters, he’s looking into political fights and seeing that both President Joe Biden and his VP Kamala Harris are too unskilled and weak to take on former President Donald Trump in a second bout.
As reported by the Washington Examiner, the host of the “Joe Rogan Experience” is confident Trump is running again in 2024 and that when he does, whether it’s Biden or Harris, Trump wins:
“He’s probably going to win,” Rogan said following Knox’s comparison between former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Trump.
“How is Joe Biden going to win? How is it possible he’s going to beat anybody?” Rogan asked. “After you’ve seen him speak, after you’ve seen the decay and the decline, how is that possible? They’ve done a terrible job. The Democrats f***ed up royally by making that guy the president.”
Biden is “not very inspiring,” Knox said, but she suggested that Democrats would likely let someone else run, such as Vice President Kamala Harris .
“She would lose just as badly,” Rogan said. “She is the most hated vice president according to polls — the least liked, I should say, vice president in 50 years.”
Biden, in particular, has earned no confidence in Rogan. As the host made clear, Biden’s cognitive decline is more than apparent and he’s hardly the one running the Democrat Party:
“It’s crazy. It’s crazy that that’s the choice. Like you have Donald Trump or a man who’s got something seriously wrong, right?” he said. “He’s a guy who’s had multiple aneurysms, had actual brain surgery, and is 78 years old and is experiencing some sort of pretty radical cognitive decline.”
Rogan concluded by suggesting that Biden might not even be the one running the administration.
He “is in some way controlled by the other people in the party, whether it is Nancy Pelosi or whoever else,” he said. “He keeps saying things like, ‘They tell me not to answer questions,’ or, ‘They tell me not to.’ … Hey motherf***er, you’re the president!”
Indeed, Biden’s swiftly sinking poll numbers are only further made serious by the fact that Trump’s are rising. As I previously covered last week, Biden’s approval numbers have seen a 14-point drop since he took office in January, going from 56 percent to 42 percent in nine months.
Meanwhile, a separate poll showed Trump overtaking Biden by two percentage points with 51 percent of respondents saying they’d prefer Trump over Biden, and 49 percent saying the opposite.
But is Trump going to run in 2024? Trump has already answered that question when Fox News’s Sean Hannity brought up the subject.
“I don’t think we’re going to have a choice,” said Trump. “It’s disgraceful.”
Trump brought up the fact that after Biden’s Afghanistan debacle, parents were going to Trump to get answers and find comfort, and made it clear that they didn’t want to speak to Biden.
“It is getting to a point where we really have no choice,” he said again.
So Trump is a clear and present threat to be sure, and Biden hasn’t given people many reasons to vote for him. Every major agenda point has been an abject failure and the Democrat party has become so radical that it’s given Reagan’s old adage, “I didn’t leave the party, the party left me,” new life.
Rogan’s prediction may end up being less of a good guess and more of a prophetic moment.