During an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” last week, host Joe Rogan suggested that the public’s changing perception of former President Bill Clinton is forcing him to go into hiding. Rogan and his guests Matt McCusker and Shane Gillis were discussing the late Jeffrey Epstein’s private island when the conversation veered to the current whereabouts of Bill Clinton.
When asked what Bill Clinton is up to today, Rogan said he isn’t up to much other than hiding. The world turned on him,” Rogan added. Rogan and his guests discussed whether Clinton’s age may be the reason he’s withdrawn from public life. Rogan said the 76-year-old Clinton isn’t just old, he also had heart problems.
He said Clinton became a vegan and added that vegans have to be careful to “really dot your I’s and cross your t’s” to make sure they are getting all the right nutrients. In another podcast last week, Rogan went off on billionaire George Soros, comparing him to the villain in a superhero movie and accusing him of wanting “crime to flourish.”
During an interview with former CIA officer Mike Baker on last Wednesday’s “Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan mentioned a conversation he had with Texas Governor Greg Abbott about George Soros. Rogan said Soros donating to “very progressive, very leftist” prosecutors or politicians was “f*cking terrifying.”
He said it seems as if Soros “funds corrosion” and he “wants these cities to fall apart” and for “crime to flourish,” comparing Soros to “an evil person in a Batman movie.”
Mike Baker agreed, saying the billionaire leftist “understood early on where you wanted to seize power.” Baker added that contrary to the belief that becoming a Senator would be the “pinnacle of success,” Soros understands that it is from prosecutors and “state-level politicians” “where real change occurs and where things can happen.”
Rogan observed that what George Soros does is “all very weird.” He said “obviously” Soros has been involved in the highest level of politics for decades “and it seems like it’s his fun little game.”
Baker agreed, telling Rogan that Soros enjoys being “the puppet master” who is pulling the strings. He suggested that the billionaire likes to have that level of influence and impact on American politics.