G. McConway
January 18, 2023

Joe Rogan Buying into Biden Setup Narrative

Joe Rogan is a pretty smart guy that is generally not fooled by nonsensical theories.

This weekend, however, he seemed to be buying into one of the biggest crocks that Democrats are trying to spin about Joe Biden and the classified document scandal.

Rogan seems to believe that the idea of the documents being planted on Biden is a good one.

C’mon Joe

Rogan broke the news during his podcast, believing that this could be the way the Democrat Party gets Biden to back off running for re-election in 2024.

He stated, “If I had to guess — they’re trying to get rid of him. My guess would be they’re trying to get rid of him.”

He added, “If all of a sudden, his own aides are sending — instead of like taking these classified documents, which you have located and going ‘well, let’s not do that again’ and f—ing lock them up somewhere, his own aides –“

Rogan would go on to say that the entire thing sounds very suspect.

Rogan clearly has not read what the information was related to, especially the documents that were found at the Penn Biden Center.

Biden more than likely took those documents because of the nature of the work at the Penn Biden Center.

I would also be willing to gamble that the remaining documents that were taken by Biden were for a possible book or to even help out his son, Hunter Biden.

In terms of Biden’s staff, they had no choice but to report the finding of the documents because they would otherwise get in trouble for handling classified information for which they had not been cleared.

Biden took the documents, then he lied about it, and now he must be held accountable.

If they are going to go after Trump for this, it is only fair that Biden be held to the same measuring stick.

Source: New York Post

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