Joe Rogan: Joe Biden ‘Can’t talk right’ Anymore

Joe Rogan is back on the attack.

After getting a bit of a browbeating by the left, he is getting back into the game of dropping bombshells on today’s Democrats.

This, of course, would include their puppet leader, Joe Biden.

Not a Good Example

There is a long-standing argument that experience is always needed in the White House precisely for situations we currently have.

That would all depend on the experience.

In Joe Biden’s case, we have four decades of complete and utter failure, and his failings and weakness have led to our adversaries getting very aggressive with him in office.

A recent guest of Rogan’s on his podcast, Coleman Hughes, presented the experience question to Rogan.

He responded, “He’s [Biden] not a good example, because he’s basically a shell, you know, cognitively.

“And the fact that that took a long time for people to admit.

“That was one of the things that people were saying that I was a Trump supporter during the election because I said I would vote for Trump before I would vote for Biden.

“But I didn’t vote for either. The reason why I said that was like, ‘You don’t see this? Are you guys out of your fucking mind? You guys don’t see that this guy can’t, he can’t talk right anymore?’

“Go watch videos of him from twenty years ago. He was a dummy, he said a lot of silly shit, he lied about a bunch of things, but at least he was articulate.”

Biden was a failure for virtually his entire career, yet the party rallied around him simply because many people despised Trump and wanted him gone.

Now the entire country is paying the price, as are our allies, simply because everyone that pulled the handle for Biden overlooked the obvious.

Source: Daily Caller


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