Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan said that the Biden administration is allowing waves of immigrants to come in through the border to “rig” Democratic votes.
In a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the titular host talked about the issue with pro surfer Shane Dorian.
“New York City literally has a mandate to house its homeless,” Rogan began. “And that was supposed to be the people that lived there that were down on their luck.
“Now it’s people that have come in from other cities or other countries, rather, illegally, and they’re trying to make it so that those people can vote,” he explained.
“They are literally importing Democratic voters.”
Joe Rogan and Shane Dorian on why the Democrats are only advocating for certain immigrants and how their obvious push to call voter ID “racist” benefits them. pic.twitter.com/7TBWutsusr
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Rogan also accused the government of specifically deporting only Venezuelans, because the population of that country “opposes socialism, so they’re not going to vote Democratic.”
Dorian pointed out that the concept “sounds like a conspiracy theory,” but acknowledged that the moves were “totally political.”
“This is f–king wild,” Rogan remarked. “They’re literally importing Democratic voters.”
“They think by allowing the borders to be porous and by giving people aid and giving people housing, you’re essentially guaranteeing that if you can rig it so that those people are allowed to vote, those people are going to vote Democratic,” he continued. “It’s all political horse s**t.”
New York City is so overrun by migrants, that they have began giving them one-way tickets out of their jurisdiction.
The arrival of over 130,000 asylum seekers has strained city resources to the their limits, with budgets running dry and shelters at max capacity.
NYC has set up 200 emergency shelters that include using existing hotels and setting up large-scale facilities at churches and city owned buildings, which have been converted to house the more than 65,000 migrants currently in the system.
The cost of taking in the asylum seekers is projected to cost the city $12 billion over the next three years.
NYC has recently tightened the timelines that migrants are allowed to stay in the shelter system, by limiting single adults to 30 days and migrant families with children to 60 days.
Still, their efforts have fallen short according to New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
“I cannot say this enough. You know, we are out of the room,” he said last week. “And it’s not ‘if’ people will be sleeping on the streets, it’s when. We are at full capacity.”
“When you are out of room, that means you’re out of room,” he continued.
“Every year, my relatives show up for Thanksgiving, and they want to all sleep at my house. There’s no more room. That’s where we are right now.”
To thin out the crowds, Adams’ office has been directing the people who have been bounced out of shelters to a Manhattan office that exclusively books one-way tickets out of the city.
The “reticketing” practice serves as a cheaper solution than subsidizing the extended stay of migrants in the city.
According to Politico, sending the 4,000 newcomers flooding into the city each week to anywhere in the world they choose is significantly less costly than housing them, which costs $394 a day.
In Rogan’s most recent podcast, Tesla CEO Elon Musk told him that Twitter, which he renamed X, was essentially a “state publication” when he bought it for $44 billion in October 2022.
Elon Musk tells Joe Rogan: “The degree to which Twitter was simply an arm of the government was not well understood by the public. It was a state publication. Republicans were suppressed at ten times the rate of Democrats.” pic.twitter.com/YttNPZL8Tj
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“The degree to which Twitter was simply an arm of the government was not well understood by the public,” Musk said.
“And it was whatever, everything was like Pravda basically, a state publication, is the way to think of old Twitter. A state publication.”
He also noted that the platform, under former CEO and founder Jack Dorsey, strongly regulated the visibility of posts by conservative users.
“There was basically oppression of any views that, even I would say, be considered middle-of-the-road,” he detailed.
“But certainly, anything on the right, and I’m not talking about far-right, I’m just talking mildly right.”
“Republicans were suppressed at 10 times the rate of Democrats,” Musk revealed. “That’s because old Twitter was fundamentally controlled by the far-left. It was, like, completely controlled by the far-left.”