Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan blasted President Joe Biden as mentally “gone” and slammed the officials in his cabinet as “a f–king sideshow of diversity.”
Rogan told British comedian Russell Brand that if the 2024 presidential election comes down to Biden and former President Donald Trump, he’s voting to Make America Great Again.
“I was actually talking about it with (fellow podcaster) Eric Weinstein and he was like, ‘I mean, I can’t vote for Biden.’ And he goes, ‘I can’t vote for Trump,’” Rogan began.
“And I go, ‘I would vote for Trump before I’d vote for Biden.’ Just cause I think with Biden, like he’s gone,” he remarked. “Like, you know, he’s gone.”
Rogan went on to diss Biden’s appointees, who he believes would be responsible for running the country if the president gets reelected.
“You’re gonna be relying on his cabinet and I knew his cabinet would be this f–king sideshow of diversity, which is exactly what it is.”
Rogan cited sticky-fingered former non-binary Department of Energy official Sam Brinton.
The ex-deputy assistant secretary is reportedly under investigation by the FBI for snatching women’s luggage from several airports across the country.
“That one person who stole all the women’s clothes. That Sam Brinton, that’s a diversity hire,” he noted.
“You just said, ‘Oh, look at this. A man who dresses like a woman and has a beard and a mustache, but also wears lipstick. This is perfect for us,'” Rogan remarked in imitation of the hiring process.
“‘I don’t give a f–k what this guy’s good at or bad at. I don’t give a f–k what their credentials are,'” he continued.
“‘This makes us look like we’re inclusive. This makes us look like we’re on the right side, so let’s hire this person.’”
Brinton was charged with two separate luxury luggage thefts in Minneapolis and Las Vegas late last year, and faces years of prison time and hefty fines in both cases.
His history of theft allegedly dates back to at least 2018, which came to light after a Houston designer accused him of stealing one-of-a-kind hand-made clothes that he was photographed wearing at public events.
“I saw the images. Those were my custom designs, which were lost in that bag in 2018,” designer Asya Khamsin told Fox News Digital.
“He wore my clothes, which was stolen.”
The unique clothing items were scheduled to be displayed at an event in Washington D.C., but Khamsin was unable to show off her work when her luggage disappeared from the airport, after she flew in to town on Delta Air Lines.
“You can’t have those kinds of people running a Ben & Jerry’s, you certainly can’t have those kinds of people running the f–king most powerful government the world’s ever known,” Rogan concluded.
“It’s nuts. It’s nonsense.”
Another former Biden, Nina Jankowicz, the once czar of the Department of Homeland Security’s disbanded Disinformation Governance Board, is crowdfunding a lawsuit against Fox News for defamation.
Jankowicz complained that the day after her position was announced, Fox News “launched its overly personalized, false, and incendiary coverage of me, mainstreaming online conspiracy theories to tens of millions of Americans.”
She claimed that the network made more than “500 scaremongering statements” about her position in the nine months that followed, and used her as a “punching bag” in the smear campaign they spearheaded.
“When it targeted me, Fox News wasn’t providing news, government accountability, or merely biased, selective coverage; most mentions of me involved outright lies,” Jankowicz detailed.
“The network’s malicious and reckless false statements about me were easily disproven by a few minutes of research.”
“Fox twisted a handful of tweets, manufactured positions on topics I’d never weighed in on, and amplified absurd claims from anonymous trolls’ manipulated videos of me,” she continued.
Jankowicz said she received “an onslaught of violent abuse” while she was pregnant and decided to resign when her family was threatened.
“To put it simply: my life has been irrevocably altered because Fox News repeatedly force-fed lies about me to tens of millions of their viewers,” Jankowicz wrote in a statement on her Gofundme page.
She currently $14,000 into a $100,000 goal to “level the playing field in this costly and time-consuming endeavor against Fox News and its army of high-powered corporate lawyers.”
Many of the donations came in five dollar increments from people who had to pay to be able to comment on the page.
“This is the minimum I could donate to say that you are a partisan fraud,” one person wrote.
“You are a political actor and not the impartial arbiter of truth you ineffectually claim to be.”
“Worth the $5 to point out that 80-90% of the stuff you were labeling as “misinformation” turned out to be true months later,” added another.
“If this money helps to further bring humiliation to thin skinned, woe is me former government official Nina Jankowicz then it is money well spent,” said one funder.