Joe Rogan took shots at Chicago Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s “call to arms” against the Supreme Court over the leaking of the draft that indicates the overturning of Roe V. Wade.
In his Thursday episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” the host, Joe Rogan was discussing the Twitter ban of Megan Murphy with guest Hotep Jesus where Rogan pointed out that you can’t “talk crazy” about certain things.
“Well you can talk crazy, but you have to say things like … go out in front of Supreme Court judges house, ‘burn their s***,’” Rogan said. “If they leave the house, ‘don’t let them sleep.’ You can say crazy s*** like that. Like they are doing that now and no ones getting in trouble for that.”
Jesus remarked how Lightfoot has tweeted this similar threat to SCOTUS justices: “To my friends in the LGBTQ+ community—the Supreme Court is coming for us next. This moment has to be a call to arms”
“Call to arms … like holy s*** b****!” Rogan added. “What the f*** are you saying? You’re in the most violent city in this country. It’s a real problem.” He remarked.
“And you’re literally calling to arms? You know what arms are? Those are guns b****. Holy s***. Jesus Beetlejuice. Call to arms against the Supreme Court,” Rogan added. “That is so crazy.”
“We are in some of the darkest times.” Said Jesus agreeing with Rogan’s remark.
Lightfoot’s remarks and threats against the SCOTUS justices are very ironic, especially considering the lawlessness the city is going through under her leadership.
Chicago, which has some of the strictest gun laws in the country, holds the record for having the most genocides and gun deaths last year. The number continues to grow as police officers in the city are moving to other states after being faced with harsh criticism from Lightfoot and her council members.
With all that gun crimes, and continuous attempts to defund the police, it really is ironic how the Chicago mayor attempts at inciting violence on the nation’s highest court without any criticism from her Democrat colleagues.
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