Biden’s Final Curtain: Dems Dilemma

On a recent episode of his podcast, Joe Rogan, alongside comedian Andrew Schulz, engaged in a speculative discussion regarding the Democratic Party’s future plans for President Biden’s candidacy.

Rogan expressed disbelief at the notion of Biden being the party’s choice for the upcoming election, remarking on the improbability of his continued candidacy: “The idea that they’re going to keep running him is just bananas… I can’t believe that’s real, but as time goes on I’m starting to think they might actually keep running him.”

Schulz pointed out the scarcity of alternatives within the Democratic Party for replacing Biden, prompting Rogan to suggest that only significant health issues could lead to Biden being replaced, possibly by California Governor Gavin Newsom, whom Rogan suspects has been groomed for a 2024 presidential bid. “May.

I think [Biden]’s got until May,” Rogan speculated, anticipating a strategic switch to Newsom as the candidate, with Vice President Kamala Harris remaining in her current role, satisfied with not ascending to the presidency.

The conversation also touched upon the administration’s policies, with Rogan and Schulz critically examining Biden’s endorsement of transgender rights, as evidenced by his interaction with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

This led to further discussions on Biden’s role and influence within his administration, with both Rogan and Schulz suggesting that Biden may not be the primary decision-maker, describing him as a figurehead susceptible to blame for the administration’s actions.