Joe Rogan says Canada is ‘communist’, calls Justin Trudeau ‘small guy’ – National
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Despite claiming to be “ignorant” of Canada’s political and government systems, popular podcast host Joe Rogan has had strong words about Canada and Justin Trudeau.
In the 1844th episode of his podcast The Joe Rogan Experiencereleased on Thursday, Rogan and comedian Tom Segura voiced their distaste for Canada, particularly its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Communism of Canada,” Rogan, 54, said on the podcast. “They are f-ked. They have to get rid of that guy,” he said, referring to the prime minister.
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Segura, 43, agrees and says, “Canada is crazy.”
The conversation about Canada lasted only a few minutes in the more than three-hour episode.
Rogan admitted that he “didn’t know how” [the] system works” in Canada, but stated that he liked Trudeau before the pandemic.
“I feel he’s a handsome, sweet-looking guy,” he said. “The guy was handsome, confident, well-spoken and then during the pandemic, I thought, ‘Oh, you’re a tyrannical king.'”
When Segura agreed with Rogan, the podcast host continued, claiming Trudeau doesn’t like criticism and tries to “stop it by saying that everyone who criticizes you are followers. misogyny and racism”.
Rogan was referring to the “Liberal Delegation” in Canada, which has been traveling around the country and protesting vaccine missions before Congress in Ottawa for several weeks.
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Trudeau enacted the Emergencies Act in Response to the convoy, which stopped Ottawa, on February 14.
“He is so rude. He’s a rough guy,” Rogan said on the podcast.
Rogan also said Trudeau has “some volatile transactions,” adding that he wants to “see where the money is coming from.” It’s not clear what transactions Rogan is referring to.
As Rogan and Segura smoked what appeared to be cigars, he continued, claiming that someone he knew must present proof of a COVID-19 vaccination upon recent entry into Canada. Rogan calls this identification “old”.
“It’s 2022. It’s not 2019,” Rogan said.
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This is not the first time Rogan has voiced his distaste for Canadian politics.
In May, Rogan also spoke about the convoy and previously called Trudeau a “dictator.”
“Then when you have what’s scary – the king dictator for a prime minister – and that’s what he is – the way he behaves during this time, just the way he communicates is incredible, what That freaked me out because I never thought that guy was like that,” Rogan said in May.
An Ipsos poll in February showed Canadian approval of Trudeau’s handling of the convoy blockade just seven points higher than that of protesters.
The poll conducted exclusively for Global News found that 43% of Canadians approved of the way Trudeau handled the three-week protests in Ottawa while 36% supported the way truckers handled themselves during the protests. throughout the occupation.
– With files from Global News ‘Aya Al-Hakim
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