Pro-Choice Joe Rogan Says The ONE Thing That The New Abortion Zealots Don’t Want To Hear (VIDEO)

Written by K. Walker on May 6, 2022

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According to polls, most pro-choice people agree with Joe Rogan, but Democrats don’t want to acknowledge that.

That’s because Democrats are pushing for extreme abortion laws to placate a few very loud and rabid ghouls that want to kill babies up until the moment of birth. This is who they think makes up their base. Democrats in blue states have pushed for late-term abortion laws that the majority of Americans do not support.

A 2019 article in the Washington Examiner shows that while polls show that the majority of Americans support Roe, it’s because they don’t understand it.

The majority of Americans believe that there should be some restrictions on abortion, and Roe makes passing any legislative restriction extremely difficult. They also think that if Roe is overturned, all abortion all over the country would be illegal and that’s not true — it would shift the responsibility of legislation back to individual states where it belongs. If more Americans understood those facts, they wouldn’t support Roe.

Joe Rogan appears to be one of those people that supports abortion rights but still recognizes that a baby begins to really resemble a baby once you hit a certain point in the pregnancy.

In Wednesday’s podcast, Rogan was talking about the news of the day — the draft of the SCOTUS decision written by Justice Alito that was leaked.

Rogan told guest comedian Doug Stanhope that he doesn’t like the idea of “people telling other people what they can and can’t do” but it gets weird with late-term abortion.

ROGAN: I don’t like people telling other people what they can and can’t do, but it gets weird when the baby gets like six months old. You know, it gets weird when they are really, really pregnant. Because in some states — I don’t know what the rules are now, but I know that in some states have late-term abortions and sometimes you need one for medical reasons because the woman could die if she gives birth. Like, it’s a decision people have to make.

STANHOPE: What was your favorite part of being a fetus?

ROGAN: A-hahaha! What was your favorite part of being three? Should I be able to shoot [you] at three ’cause I don’t want to take care of you anymore? It’s one of those things — I am 100% for a woman’s right to choose. But as a human being, just as a person observing things, there’s a big difference between a little clump of cells and a fetus with an eyeball and a beating heart. And for anybody to pretend there’s not, you’re not doing any argument…

STANHOPE: But where do you draw the line?

ROGAN: Right. Where do you draw the line? That’s the question. It’s what I call a “human issue” — it’s so fraught with emotion and it’s so political.

This is the question — where do you draw the line? As a pro-life Christian, I believe that life begins at the moment of conception. Others who are pro-life aren’t so sure but want to err on the side of life.

By suggesting that a 6-mont fetus is a baby, Rogan’s going to get backlash from the rabid pro-aborts like so-called “moderate” Democrats Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) and President Biden, who apparently think abortion should be legal through all 9 months of pregnancy.

Rogan also lamented how polarized the country is and how so many people have forgotten that we agree on a lot of things like being able to take care of our families.

He also pushed back on being called “far-Right” by his critics.

“What the f**k is going on?” asked Rogan. “Like, everybody is losing their mind. How am I a far-Right guy? A guy who almost voted for Bernie Sanders. A guy who smokes a lot of weed. A guy who grew up on welfare. Like, I’m not. This is not real. You guys are crazy.”

Indeed they are.

While we over here at ClashDaily are unapologetically pro-life, it’s important to remember that there are a whole lot of actual liberals out there that are more in line with our perspective than the abortion extremists that want to allow abortion up until the moment of birth.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker