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Podcaster Joe Rogan has made a decisive turn towards the Party of Lincoln. While he still doesn’t identify as a Conservative, he is encouraging his listeners to vote Republican — for Republicans alone stand for liberty.

“No one who is alive today had ever experienced a true pandemic. And I am hoping that now that this is over, people are going to, you know, recognize some serious errors were made and not repeat those.” Rogan said. “That’s the best you can get out of it.”

Rogan was then asked by his guest —  Greenbay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers — what he would tell the people who were angry at the Government’s response to the pandemic to do in response. Rogan’s answer? “Vote Republican”

“That’s what a lot of them are going to do anyways… More than a million people transferred over to the Republican Party, I think in 2021 alone. Find out what that number is.”


He followed up by saying, “But you look at guys like Ron DeSantis who kept Florida open and had some pretty reasonable policies in terms of, like, what to do about COVID. You know, he mapped it out on television. And he was, you know, widely criticized for this, where he was saying ‘we need to protect our elders, we need to make sure medical care is available for those people — and everyone else, you should be able to do what you want to do.'”

He concluded with a bang: “Protect your freedom!”

As the DC Enquirer reported earlier this month, Rogan does not identify as a Conservative — citing gay marriage and abortion as his biggest holdups.

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“It’s not just abortion rights, but [Republicans are] going after gay marriage too, which is so strange to me,” Rogan said in a July podcast. “People are talking like — Marco Rubio was saying it was like a silly thing to argue about to be concerned about, and then some other Senator, who is a gay woman, confronted him, and she was furious at it. Because gay marriage is not silly. It’s marriage—it’s marriage from people that are homosexual and it’s, for them, it’s important.”

All in all, we hope Rogan comes to his senses. There is no room for the moderate in the current political discourse. The Democrats are just too radical in the year 2022 to think otherwise.