Joe Rogan is a comedian, actor, and martial arts enthusiast. He also hosts one of the most popular podcasts in the United States. During an episode recorded this week with Professor Eric Weinstein as a guest, Rogan said he would vote for Trump over Biden.

This has surprised many people because Rogan has been a vocal supporter of Bernie Sanders and even had Sanders on his show as a guest for an episode that has been viewed millions of times.

Rogan doesn’t think Biden is up to the job.

Michael Ruiz reports at FOX News:

Joe Rogan would vote for President Trump over Joe Biden: ‘I don’t think he can handle anything’

Comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan would rather vote for President Trump than former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, he said on his podcast Friday.

“I can’t vote for that guy,” Rogan said of the Democratic presidential primary front-runner. “I’d rather vote for Trump than him. I don’t think he can handle anything.”

The “Joe Rogan Experience” guest this week was Eric Weinstein, a mathematician and economist, as well as the managing director of Thiel Capital. The 2020 election came up during their discussion, and both men agreed they “could not” vote for Biden…

Rogan, who previously endorsed Biden’s primary rival Sen. Bernie Sanders, would apparently prefer President Trump to serve a second term than vote for Biden.

“The pressure of being the president of the United States is something that no one has ever prepared for,” he said. “The only one who seems to be fine with it is Trump, oddly enough. He doesn’t seem to be aging at all.”

Here’s the clip:

This isn’t the first time Rogan has criticized Biden. Just a few weeks ago, he talked about Biden’s inability to communicate effectively:

If you are looking for something to do while you’re stuck in the house, you might want to check out Joe Rogan’s show. The episodes are typically over two hours long, there are tons of them, and he has had some fascinating guests over the years.

The episode with Eric Weinstein is three hours long:

I’ve watched the April 2019 episode with Graham Hancock. This is interesting stuff. Hancock is a writer with some unconventional theories on ancient civilization.

I’ve also watched the June 2019 episode where Rogan interviewed Bob Lazar, a physicist who worked for a government lab and claims he worked on reverse engineering recovered UFOs.

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