WATCH: Joe Rogan Blasts Elevating Transgenders to 'Protected Class'

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You gotta love comedian-turned-super-podcaster Joe Rogan. Or not. As with comedians Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr, Rogan doesn’t give a damn about who he offends as he says what he means and means what he says — totally bottom-line.


Such was the case on Wednesday when the host of the popular “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast teed off on society being forced to treat so-called “transgender” individuals as members of a “protected class.”

As reported by the Daily Caller, Rogan asked “What the f**k are we doing?” after first explaining he supports people being able to express themselves “however they want,” before recounting a recent domestic violence case that led to a brutal murder.

There was a story that I was reading … about this woman that brutally murdered and raped this woman and about how unusual it is for a woman to brutally rape and murder another woman. Well, it turns out it’s not a woman. Trans woman, but they have to call it a woman. So they’re saying it’s a woman.

Translation: The so-called “trans woman” was a man.

Rogan said it was “bananas” to call the alleged murderer anything other than a man.


No, it was his ex that was his ex-girlfriend that he killed … murdered and raped. He was a man at the time he was dating her … so, oh, it’s so unusual for a woman to do that. Like what kind of game are we playing?

The man has since been charged. Yet, as Rogan pointed out, he now sits in a prison full of women for raping and murdering a woman.

The cops that came to the scene said it was one of the most horrific things they had ever seen, stabbed her from her face down to the bottom of her legs — but you can say you’re a woman and all of the sudden you’re in a women’s prison.

It was unclear which case Rogan was referencing, but as noted by Daily Caller, a case with similar attributes made headlines recently after Amber McLaughlin asked Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson to end the death row sentence. McLaughlin was convicted of killing Beverly Guenther on Nov. 20. “She” was still a man at the time of the murder and identified as Scott.

Rogan talked about another case in which a male was similarly incarcerated in a women’s prison — who fathered two kids while sleeping and showering with female inmates.

[Another] person that went to jail and said he was a woman, and started banging all the inmates and got two of them pregnant — that person brutally murdered his mother with a knife. It’s a horrible story.

You can’t even criticize [trans], even if they’re murderers; even if they’ve brutally raped and murdered their ex-girlfriend, you still have to call them a woman.

Even if they were a man at the time but you still have to call them a woman. It’s very rare for a woman to do this, is it? Is it also rare for a woman to have a d**k?


That’s why I love Joe Rogan, gang.

While I don’t always agree with Rogan, I do love his bottom-line, no-holds-barred takes. While the cliche-ish “speak truth to power” phrase has become just that, telling it like it is — with a large audience to boot — is freedom of speech at work at a troubling time in America when it’s under threat from the left.


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