"It's bizarre how far he's deteriorated," Rogan said. The host recounted a conversation with a past guest, Eric Weinstein, who said "'I can't vote for Trump' and I go, 'I would vote for Trump before I'd vote for Biden' just because the thing with Biden is he's gone."
Rogan continued, "Like, you know, he's gone and you're gonna be relying on his cabinet, and I knew his cabinet would be this f*cking sideshow of diversity."
Rogan made the comments on episode 1949 which featured comedian and podcast host Russell Brand.
Rogan went on to highlight former energy department aid Sam Brinton as an example. Brinton, a biological male who identifies as non-binary, was the deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposal in Biden's Office of Nuclear Energy. Brinton was charged in two unrelated cases of allegedly stealing women's luggage from airports and was subsequently fired from the Biden administration.
"That one person who stole all the women's clothes. That Sam Brinton, we highlighted on the podcast yesterday. That's a diversity hire," Rogan said. "Look at this, a man who dresses like a woman, and has a beard and wears lipstick, you look and say 'this is perfect for us. I don't give a f*ck what this guy's good at or bad at, I don't give a f*ck what their credentials are, this makes us look like we're inclusive. This makes us look like we're on the right side. So let's hire this person'"
"You can't have those kind of people running a Ben & Jerry's. You certainly can't have those kind of people running the most powerful government the world has ever known. It's nonsense,' Rogan added.
Brand said, "I feel sometimes that Joe Biden is the perfect president for the time. 'Cause he’s like the perfect metaphor of what it is. This system is over."
"And for all of the talk of diversity, what have you got? You’ve got a career politician, white male that’s falling apart before your very eyes," Brand added. "It’s telling you that it’s bullsh*t."
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