Last Updated on December 16, 2021
Speaking to guest Jocko Willink in November, popular podcast host Joe Rogan slammed left wing media, Democrat politicians, and the “swamp” for fabricating the Russian Collusion Hoax, declaring that “the deep state is 100% real.”
Popular podcast host Joe Rogan recently slammed Democrats and the mainstream media in late November for completely fabricating the Russian Collusion Hoax that ultimately led to an impeachment effort against President Donald Trump.
Rogan’s guest, Jocko Willink, explained that the American people were “beat down” for several years with the verifiably false notion that President Trump had colluded with the Russians during the 2016 Presidential Election, a hoax “created by people that were insiders in the Democratic Party.”
“Yeah, and no one is being held accountable. No one is going to jail for it,” Rogan said.
“But,” the comedian added, “They were trying to literally impeach Trump for some sh*t that they made up.”
Joe Rogan: “Look Trump’s not a perfect guy, but this thing he was saying about the deep state is 100% real!” pic.twitter.com/By2ajCWkE7
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“Look, Trump’s not a perfect guy. But this f**king thing that he kept saying about the ‘deep state’— it’s real! It’s 100% real!” Rogan said.
“The swamp is real. They’re f**king real monsters, and they were really trying to get rid of him by lying,” Rogan continued.
He added, “They were not spending their time trying to make the government work more efficiently and make the country a better place for everyone and prop up the middle class.”
“No. They were trying to regain power, and they got it, with a dead man [Joe Biden].”
Rogan has been frequently targeted by corporate media outlets and liberals due to his advocacy for natural, long practiced antiviral treatments for COVID-19, which he used to beat the virus earlier this year.
He has since been asked for advice on the topic multiple by multiple individuals, including Dana White and NFL star Aaron Rodgers, as National File previously reported.