How to Spot a Globalist Mouthpiece: Joe Rogan Smears President Donald Trump
This shouldn’t be terribly surprising to anyone who has been paying attention, but podcaster Joe Rogan is not a friend to conservatives, President Donald Trump, and the America First movement. I know, crazy right?
Rogan made a bunch of headlines this week when he bashed America’s real president on his podcast, referring to Trump as an “existential threat to democracy.” So much for that “open minded truth searcher” schtick that people are always falling for when it comes to Spotify’s biggest podcaster. Rogan is – as so many popular people who are propped up by the media are – a globalist mouthpiece and nothing more.
It’s unclear why so many right-wing pundits keep falling for the same thing over and over again. Every time a “popular” voice who has never uttered a word in sympathy of conservatism in the past says something vaguely conservative one time, right-wing commentators immediately fall in love with the shyster. It’s embarrassing. Get a grip, guys and gals.
Rogan treated himself with Ivermectin last year when he had COVID. CNN lied about him and said he was taking horse medicine. Joe Rogan called them out for it. That doesn’t make him your friend. It just means he’s a guy who did 5 minutes’ more research than CNN.
From out of nowhere, Rogan announced on his show Monday:
“I am not a Trump supporter in any way, shape or form. I have had every opportunity to have him on my show, more than once, and I have said no every time.”
“I don’t want to help him,” Rogan added.
Um… Joe… you’re a pot-smoking midget who voted for Bernie Sanders in the 2020 election. I’m pretty sure that if Donald Trump needs “help” from someone, he’s not going to have you on speed-dial.
Two important questions come to mind with Rogan coming out of the closet as a full-blown globalist who is controlled by you-know-who:
Why are they bashing Donald Trump NOW? And why are all the globalist mouthpieces endorsing Ron DeSantis for 2024?
Rogan claimed on the same podcast that he plans to support Florida’s governor in 2024, referring to Trump’s years in office as “weird” and claiming Trump is an existential threat to democracy (whatever that means). And Rogan isn’t the first globalist mouthpiece to do that.
Elon Musk has announced he’s supporting Ron DeSantis in 2024 as well. Musk is another globalist that the conservative punditry has been salivating over, ever since his Twitter buyout began. Musk even voted for conservative Rep. Mayra Flores in the recent Texas runoff, stating that it was the first time he’d ever voted for a Republican. As I’ve been saying all along, though, let’s not forget who Elon Musk really is.
He may or may not end up being a friend to conservatives when it comes to free speech on Twitter (we’ll see). But Musk is still a guy who has drunk deeply from the global warming Kool-Aid. He builds electric cars and the batteries in those cars are made from rare earth metals that are dug out of the ground by African child slaves in Congo and Uyghur slaves in communist China. He sounds like Al Gore’s slightly smarter younger brother when he blathers about “climate change.” Like Rogan, Musk is not a true friend to conservatives.
So, why are these guys pretending they’re conservatives and endorsing Ron DeSantis for 2024? To ask that question is to answer it.
Trump would be unbeatable in 2024, and DeSantis probably would not. We’re all still stinging from the injustice of the 2020 stolen election. We want Trump to get revenge for that in 2024, and most true Trump supporters are unwavering in our desire to see him retake the office that was stolen from him.
Not to mention the fact that Trump is the greatest American president since the early 1800s at least. As much as we like DeSantis, and I know a lot of us do, Trump has our support for 2024 if he runs. Period.
DeSantis would make a great running mate for Trump, but I don’t see that happening. DeSantis will handily win his reelection in Florida this year. Hopefully he won’t take the bait from guys like Joe Rogan and Elon Musk, and he’ll realize that his time to shine is coming in 2028. And as for Tiny Joe the Podcaster, Trump was fine without his support in 2016 and 2020. I’m sure he’ll be fine without Tiny Joe’s support in 2024.