Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan blasted President Joe Biden over allegations of corruption related to his son’s business deals that he has been accused of participating in.
“Joe Biden’s been a goof his whole f***ing career. He’s always been a goof,” Rogan remarked.
“He’s always been, he’s been caught lying so many times, he’s so full of s**. There’s so much evidence that he’s corrupt,” he raged on.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., released a 19-page memo on Wednesday that revealed the Biden family received over 20 million in foreign payments.
.@JoeRogan: "Joe Biden has been a f—kin goof his entire career. He's been caught lying so many times. He's so full of shit…
There is so much evidence that he is corrupt. Just undeniable evidence of corruption. The stuff with him and his son…
The guy [Devon Archer] who… pic.twitter.com/Pb7xbw8OYr
— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) August 3, 2023
The committee’s third memo detailed that then Vice President Biden went to dinners with Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina and Kazakhstani oligarch Kenes Rakishev, along with representative of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
“Then-Vice President Biden met—in person, for significant periods of time—with those individuals or their representatives,” the memo reads.
“Then-Vice President Biden joined approximately 20 phone calls on speakerphone with Hunter Biden’s foreign business associates and attended dinners with foreign oligarchs who paid huge sums of money to Hunter Biden.”
The memo stated that “Joe Biden, ‘the brand,’ was the only product the Bidens sold.”
On Friday, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that the Department of Justice appointed Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss “special counsel” status in the Hunter Biden investigation.
This move by AG Garland is part of the Justice Department’s efforts to attempt a Biden family coverup in light of @GOPoversight's mounting evidence of President Biden’s role in his family’s schemes selling ‘the brand’ for millions of dollars to foreign nationals. pic.twitter.com/ZXMB1ngFX1
— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) August 11, 2023
Garland noted the course of action “reaffirms” that Weiss “has the authority he needs to conduct a thorough investigation and to continue to take the steps he deems appropriate independently, based only on the facts and the law.”
Comer torched Garland’s decision and said it was “part of the Justice Department’s efforts to attempt a Biden family coverup in light of [House Oversight Republicans’] mounting evidence of President Biden’s role in his family’s schemes selling ‘the brand’ for millions of dollars to foreign nationals.”
Comer blasted the DOJ for “misconduct and politicization” of the investigation into Hunter, which allowed the clock to run out on the statute of limitations on felonies he could have been charged with.
“Justice Department officials refused to follow evidence that could have led to Joe Biden, tipped off the Biden transition team and Hunter Biden’s lawyers about planned interviews and searches and attempted to sneakily place Hunter Biden on the path to a sweetheart plea deal,” he wrote.
Comer pledged that the House Oversight Committee would continue to follow the “money trail” to see if it leads to the Biden family.
“President Biden is compromised and corrupt, and our national security is threatened,” he concluded.
Rogan clearly agrees with Comer’s statement about Biden’s involvement with Hunter’s alleged foreign influence peddling.
“Just undeniable evidence of corruption and the stuff with him and his son and then the guy who just testified that was business partners with Hunter who talked about all the different things that Joe was involved with,” Rogan commented.
“It’s f***ing undeniable and the fact that they, that mainstream news is ignoring this, except for right-wing media is f***ing crazy,” he said.
NBC News reported on Friday that prosecutors investigating how the 46th president handled classified documents were negotiating with his attorneys about when and where he could be interviewed about their criminal investigation.
Special counsel Robert Hur and Biden’s lawyers have been negotiating the terms of the interview for around a month, according to sources.
The conditions of the negotiations include the setting of the conversation and scope of topics and questions that it will cover.
Biden said he would cooperate “fully and completely” with the DOJ inquiry, after documents were discovered in multiple locations last year.