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Joe Rogan says Canada is ‘communist,’ calls Justin Trudeau a ‘sketchy guy’

Despite his self-professed “zero understanding” of Canadian systems of government and politics, popular podcast host Joe Rogan had some strong words about Canada and Justin Trudeau.In the 1844th episode of his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, released Thursday, Rogan and comedian Tom Segura voiced their distaste for Canada, specifically the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.“Canada’s communist,” Rogan, 54, said on the podcast. “They’re f—ked.

They gotta get rid of that guy,” he said, referring to the prime minister. Trudeau says Ottawa wants to make sure health spending delivers ‘tangible results’ Segura, 43, agreed, and said, “Canada’s crazy.”The conversation about Canada lasted only a few minutes in the over three-hour episode.“I was like, he’s a handsome guy, seems sweet,” he said.

“Good-looking guy, confident, good talker and then during the pandemic I’m like, ‘Oh, you’re a f—king dictator.'”As Segura agreed with Rogan, the podcast host continued, claiming Trudeau doesn’t like criticism, and tried to “shut down criticism by saying that all your critics are misogynists and racists.”Rogan was referring to the “Freedom Convoy” in Canada, which travelled the country and protested vaccine mandates in front of Parliament in Ottawa for several weeks.Trudeau enacted the Emergencies Act in response to the convoy, which gridlocked Ottawa, on Feb. 14.“He’s gross.

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