Prolific podcast host Joe Rogan has some sound advice to those who learned hard lessons during the pandemic. During one of his podcast’s recent episodes, Rogan stated that people who are pissed off over Covid-19 protocols during the pandemic should “vote Republican.”
The pandemic was hard on America. Businesses were forced to close, and for some time, people were locked in their homes. But now that the pandemic has eased up, Rogan stated that “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. But as far as compensation for all those people that were forced to close their businesses and keep their doors shuttered and lost everything they’d worked for decades to build. Now they’re … they’re just going to be angry,” he said, according to The Hill.
When Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who was Rogan’s guest at the time, asked the host what his advice was to people, Rogan was straight: “Vote Republican,” he said.
Rogan has a great point. He mentioned that back in July, The Associated Press reported on a political shift taking place across the United States. The shift involves thousands of Democratic suburban voters shifting to the Republican Party.
Of course, the fact that Republican leaders were more sensible with Covid helped a lot.
“You look at guys like Ron DeSantis, who kept for it open and had some pretty reasonable policies in terms of like what to do about COVID … he was widely criticized for this, where he was saying, we need to protect our elders, we need to make sure that medical care is available for those people, and everyone else should be able to do whatever you want to do. Protect your freedom,” Rogan said.