Podcaster Joe Rogan recently expressed support for Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. during a conversation with journalist Alex Berenson. Rogan commended Kennedy for his work as an environmental attorney, particularly in cleaning up the Hudson River, and for his genuine care for people.
When asked if he would vote for RFK Jr., Rogan indicated that he would, although he expressed skepticism about the likelihood of Kennedy being allowed to run for president or debate President Biden in a primary.
“Yeah, I’d vote for him. Yeah, I would,” Rogan stated, but he quickly added, “I don’t think I’m going to get the opportunity.”
Berenson agreed, noting that it doesn’t seem likely that Kennedy would be given the chance to challenge Biden, let alone participate in debates.
Rogan also commented on the current state of American politics, likening it to an engrossing show. He described it as something he couldn’t stop watching, emphasizing the uncertainty surrounding political developments.
“This is like a show that I can’t stop watching,” Rogan remarked. “If I wasn’t personally involved, if it wasn’t something going on in the country that I live in, I would be like, ‘Wow, this show, this is crazy.'”
Kennedy Jr. is considered a long-shot candidate in the Democratic presidential primary, and he has called on President Biden to engage in unscripted meetings and interactions with voters, allowing Americans to assess his ability to lead the nation. Despite the challenges, Kennedy continues to pursue his presidential aspirations.