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Joe Rogan says Canada is ‘communist,’ calls Justin Trudeau a ‘sketchy man’ – Nationwide

Joe Rogan says Canada is ‘communist,’ calls Justin Trudeau a ‘sketchy man’ – Nationwide

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Regardless of his self-professed “zero understanding” of Canadian techniques of presidency and politics, widespread podcast host Joe Rogan had some robust phrases about Canada and Justin Trudeau.

Within the 1844th episode of his podcast The Joe Rogan Expertise, launched Thursday, Rogan and comic Tom Segura voiced their distaste for Canada, particularly the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Canada’s communist,” Rogan, 54, mentioned on the podcast. “They’re f—ked. They gotta eliminate that man,” he mentioned, referring to the prime minister.

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Segura, 43, agreed, and mentioned, “Canada’s loopy.”

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The dialog about Canada lasted just a few minutes within the over three-hour episode.

Rogan admitted that he has “no thought how [the] system works” in Canada, however claimed that he appreciated Trudeau earlier than the pandemic.

“I used to be like, he’s a good-looking man, appears candy,” he mentioned. “Handsome man, assured, good talker after which in the course of the pandemic I’m like, ‘Oh, you’re a f—king dictator.’”

As Segura agreed with Rogan, the podcast host continued, claiming Trudeau doesn’t like criticism, and tried to “shut down criticism by saying that each one your critics are misogynists and racists.”

Rogan was referring to the “Freedom Convoy” in Canada, which travelled the nation and protested vaccine mandates in entrance of Parliament in Ottawa for a number of weeks.

Trudeau enacted the Emergencies Act in response to the convoy, which gridlocked Ottawa, on Feb. 14.

“He’s gross. He’s a sketchy man,” Rogan mentioned on the podcast.

Rogan additionally mentioned Trudeau has “some shaky offers,” and added that he would “wish to see the place the cash is coming from.” It’s unclear what offers Rogan was referring to.

As Rogan and Segura smoked what seem like cigars, he continued, claiming somebody he knew needed to present their proof of COVID-19 vaccination when coming into Canada not too long ago. Rogan known as this observe of identification “outdated.”

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“It’s 2022. It’s not 2019,” Rogan mentioned.

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This isn’t the primary time Rogan has voiced his distaste for Canadian politics.

In Might, Rogan additionally spoke in regards to the convoy and beforehand known as Trudeau a “dictator.”

“Then when you’ve gotten what’s a creepy f—king dictator for a main minister — and that’s what he’s — the best way he behaved throughout this factor, simply the disingenuous manner that he communicated, it freaked me out as a result of I by no means thought that man was like that,” Rogan mentioned in Might.

A February Ipsos ballot confirmed that Canadians’ approval of Trudeau’s dealing with of the convoy blockade was solely seven factors larger than that of the protesters.

The ballot performed solely for World Information confirmed that 43 per cent of Canadians authorized of the best way Trudeau dealt with the three-week-long protests in Ottawa whereas 36 per cent per cent supported the best way the truckers dealt with themselves all through the occupation.

— With information from World Information’ Aya Al-Hakim 

© 2022 World Information, a division of Corus Leisure Inc.

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