Sunday, October 1, 2023

Joe Rogan Sides w/ Kari Lake, Trump on Election Fraud

'It looks like there’s real fraud there. It looks like there’s some real shenanigans there... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Popular podcast host Joe Rogan admitted on a recent episode of his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” that in his view Kari Lake and Donald Trump had a point about election fraud in 2020, the Daily Beast reported.

Rogan drew connections between voter fraud and the Dominion voting machine “malfunctions” that plagued both the 2020 and the 2022 elections.

“It looks like there’s real fraud,” Rogan suggested during an episode of his podcast. “At the very least, there were voting machines that weren’t working properly,” Rogan said, alluding to the failures of voting machines in Maricopa County which failed to make dark enough marks.

But Rogan went deeper into the election fraud issue, noting that the voting machine malfunctions were concentrated in red areas.

“It seems very suspicious that a lot of them were in Republican areas,” the podcast host continued, noting that he has specific concerns about Arizona.

“That Kari Lake stuff in Arizona that they’re trying to dismiss — it doesn’t look like that’s invalid. It looks like there’s real fraud there. It looks like there’s some real shenanigans there,” he said.

According to Rogan, there is too much of a pattern for things to be simply coincidental.

“I think there are coordinated efforts to make sure that certain people get elected. I don’t know how far they go, but I know it’s not zero.”

Rogan, despite what journalists at the Daily Beast would like their readers to believe, has stayed away from endorsing specific political candidates, including former President Donald Trump.

“I’m not a Trump supporter in any way, shape or form,” Rogan insisted last month in an appearance on the Lex Fridman podcast.

“I’ve had the opportunity to have him on my show more than once. I’ve said no every time. I don’t want to help him. I’m not interested in helping him.”


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