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Joe Rogan Calls Out Democrats for ‘Banana Republic’ Tactics In 2024

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Joe Rogan criticized the Democrats for using lawfare to attack Trump before the 2024 election, stating that they have no cards and are relying on party loyalty and simply hoping for voter turnout.

He also expressed skepticism about the possibility of Trump being convicted and arrested, and criticized the Democrats for using banana republic tactics to cling to power.

“I think at this point they kind of have to run [Biden] unless he dies,” Rogan said. (Trending: Donald Trump Confronts Bud Light CEO)

“We have one year now, we’re in late November, we have less than on year. What are they going to do? If Biden died tomorrow, what do they do with Kamala Harris?”

“Put her on the moon? What are they going to do, she’s the vice president. If he dies, she becomes the president, which is f—— wild when you hear that lady talk.”

“I think they have no cards and they’re looking at this game and I think they’re depending upon party loyalty and they’re depending upon Trump getting convicted and arrested and imprisoned.”

“I don’t know if that’s going to happen. I don’t think it is. It just seems like it’s a bunch of trumped-up charges, no pun intended.”

“It does make sense if you want to look at banana republic tactics, when you’re imprisoning and trying to convict your political opponents.”

“The problem with that is, even if you think Donald Trump is a crook and should be arrested, this set a precedent for future president.”

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