Joe Rogan: Biden Is a 'BS Artist,' Urges Americans to 'Vote Republican'

Joe Rogan: Biden Is a 'BS Artist,' Urges Americans to 'Vote Republican'

Top podcaster Joe Rogan did not mince words when discussing President Joe Biden in an episode earlier this week featuring future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers.

During the weekend interview, Rogan blasted Biden as a “dumb guy” and a “bulls**t artist,” going on to tell his 11 million listeners that the president is “a flat-out liar” while urging Americans to vote for GOP candidates.

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Rogan called out the president’s long history of lying by reminding the liberals who listen to his show that Biden has been doing this for years.

He told Rodgers a story about how Boston comics would hold a “Joe Biden night” to mock the Democrat politician back in 1988 after he was caught plagiarizing.

“I mean, he was a dumb guy when he was okay,” Rogan opined. “I mean, he was never a bright guy. I mean, he’s very well known as a liar. Like, there’s all these videos of him lying about his education record, lying about so many different accomplishments that he’s achieved in his life.

“He was always a bullsh*t artist and not just a bullsh*t artist, but like a liar, like a flat out liar. ‘I graduated at the top of my class.’ No you didn’t,” Rogan continuing, recalling one of Biden’s previous false claims about his days in law school.

“How would you not know that? How do you not know you, you didn’t graduate at the top of your class? You definitely didn’t,” he said. “You know, why are you saying that, somebody hit you over the head and tell you that, like, what the f**k are you talking about?”

The podcaster went on to discuss how Biden was caught plagiarizing a speech during his failed 1988 presidential campaign, forcing him to drop out of the race for the Democratic nomination. He was also caught lying about his academic achievements after being busted lifting portions of speeches by British politician Neil Kinnock, Robert Kennedy, and President John F. Kennedy.

“We used to have ‘Joe Biden night’ at Stitches Comedy Club in Boston because he got caught plagiarizing,” Rogan, who is also a stand-up comedian, recalled. “So he got caught plagiarizing when he was running for president 1988. So in 1988, we had ‘Joe Biden night’ where, uh, like you would do my act and I would do your act. We would all plagiarize each other.

“It was for fun, just for comedians, and people would come by and watch,” Rogan continued.

“Joe Biden is the most popular president in history,” Rodgers said, mocking the president.

“Yeah, he’s the best. I mean, there’s no one better,” Rogan joked. “He’s best at talking. He’s best at walking up stairs.”

“Good hand-shaker,” Rodgers offered mockingly.

“He’s good at riding bikes,” Rogan laughed, recalling the recent incident where Biden fell off his bike after stopping to greet supporters near his Rehoboth Beach, Del., home earlier this summer. “He shakes hands with ghosts.”

“He said, ‘Tell your quarterback, to get vaccinated,’” Rodgers said of a previous incident where Biden told a fan wearing a Green Bay jersey that the quarterback should get a COVID vaccine after Rodgers expressed doubts about them.

“I remember there was, uh, there was some crisis that was going on and I remember, oh, it was a hurricane that was coming,” Rogan said, recalling the incident. “He said, ‘The best thing you could do is get vaccinated.’”

The conservation then turned to the recent coronavirus pandemic.

“I hope there are lessons learned in this. Because this is a new thing. We had never had this before. No one who is alive today has ever experienced a true pandemic,” Rogan said.

“And I’m hoping that, now that this is over, people are going to recognize that some serious errors were made and not repeat those. That’s the best you can get out of it,” he continued.

“So what do you tell those people?” Rodgers asked.

“Vote Republican,” Rogan quickly responded.



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