Elon posts video of Joe Rogan saying: 'I'd vote for Trump before I'd vote for Biden'

"I'd vote for Trump before I'd vote for Biden," Rogan said.

Elon Musk shared a video on Wednesday morning showing Joe Rogan unequivocally saying he'd vote for President Donald Trump before he'd vote for incumbent President Joe Biden. This comes amid speculation as to where Musk's allegiances lay and after Musk met with Trump, as well as GOP donors recently in Florida.

"I'd vote for Trump before I'd vote for Biden," Rogan said. "Just 'cause I think with Biden, he's gone. Like you know he's gone. So you're gonna be relying on his cabinet. And I knew his cabinet would be this f*cking sideshow of diversity. Which is exactly what it is."

"You can't have those kind of people running a Ben & Jerry's, you certainly can't have those kind of people running the f*cking most powerful government the world has ever known. It's nuts. It's nuts!"

In October 2023, the two men agreed that the "woke mind virus" is destroying civilization. "The outcome of that mind virus is very clear if you walk around the streets of downtown San Francisco," Musk said.

In May 2022, Musk said he had always voted Democrat, but that he'd be leaning Republican in upcoming elections. "I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats, historically. Like I'm not sure, I might never have voted for a Republican, just to be clear," he said.

"Now this election I will," he said.

"This administration doesn't seem to get a lot done," Musk said of Biden's efforts running the nation. "The Trump administration, leaving Trump aside, there were a lot of people in the administration who were effective at getting things done."

Rogan said in August 2022 that the only way for Americans to "protect your freedom" is to "vote Republican."

"More than a million people transferred over to the Republican Party. I think in 2021 alone," he said.

Biden's cabinet includes many secretaries and officials who are more known for their identity factors than for their accomplishments, such as VP Kamala Harris, HHS Asst. Sec. and transwoman Dr. Rachel Levine, Native American Interior Sec. Deb Haaland, and many others who were touted as "firsts" in their sex, gender identity, or skin color in their appointments to the cabinet.

Musk shared the video without comment. 
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