Podcaster Joe Rogan said he would rather vote for Donald Trump than Joe Biden because the president is “mentally gone.”
Rogan pointed to infamous luggage thief and former White House Energy Department official Sam Brinton, as an example of the absurdity surrounding the Biden administration.
Self-proclaimed “non-binary” Brinton was charged with stealing women’s clothes from airports earlier this year.
“That one person who stole all the women’s clothes. That Sam Brinton,” Rogan said.
“That’s a diversity hire,” he added.
“Look at this, a man who dresses like a woman, but has a beard and wears lipstick, you look and say, ‘this is perfect for us,'” Rogan said
“I don’t give a fuck what this guy’s good at or bad at, I don’t give a f**k what their credentials are, this makes us look like we’re inclusive,” Rogan continued.
Conservative host Charlie Kirk posted the video on Twitter.
“This makes us look like we’re on the right side,” he said.
“You can’t have those kind of people running a Ben & Jerry’s. You certainly can’t have those kind of people running the most powerful government the world has ever known. It’s nonsense,” Rogan asserted.
Rogan said Biden has clearly picked his cabinet based on ‘wokeism’ and political correctness rather than some who could actually do the job.
“I knew his cabinet would be this fucking sideshow of diversity — which is exactly what it is,” said Rogan.
Joe Rogan went on to say he would “vote for Trump before I would vote for Biden” because “he’s gone, you know he’s gone.”
Last month, former White house physician Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) warned Biden’s cognitive decline is leading America and the world into a war.
Dr. Jackson recently demanded the White House to come clean on Biden’s cognitive decline.
But the establishment media continues to ignore Biden’s health issues, even as it puts the entire world at risk.
In a tweet, Jackson warned that Joe Biden’s cognitive decline is bringing the United States closer to an “all-out war.”
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