Joe Rogan has unleashed on Donald Trump and his supporters during his latest podcast.
While talking to political commentators Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti, he expressed how incredible it was for one person to be able to whip their followers into such a frenzy.
He labeled Trump 'f**king dangerous' for his ability to encourage his diehard fans to do seemingly anything he wanted and also called these supporters 'morons' for being duped so easily.
Rogan was specifically referring to the January 6 insurrection where hundreds of Trump loyalists stormed the Capitol building in Washington D.C. after a Trump rally nearby.
Trump convinced many people that the 2020 US Election was rigged and that he had technically won. He ordered his fans to 'fight like hell' just as politicians were going through the democratic process of formally declaring the electoral college votes.
They were so incensed by the claims coming from Trump that they clashed with Capitol police, broke through the building's security and went door-to-door inside looking for politicians. They were captured stealing all sorts of things, from desk name plaques to lecterns.
Joe Rogan said he was shocked at how Trump had the power to convince people to do this, saying: "I think it's really important. And one of the reasons why I think it's important is because it highlights the reasons why a guy like Donald Trump is so f**king dangerous.
"[It] is because a guy can incite a bunch of morons to do something really f**king stupid.
While he doesn't believe all Trump supporters are 'morons', he thinks 'there's a lot of people who are morons that like him because he's talking in this frequency'.
Rogan initially endorsed Bernie Sanders for the 2020 US Election, however also said he would prefer Donald Trump to win over Joe Biden.
He's worried about the future of America if there isn't a deeper investigation and punishments for what happened on January 6.
The podcaster told his audience: "Now that he's silenced off of social media, and now that that actually did happen, once it becomes a thing, it could be like mass shootings, right? They didn't exist. Then they did. Now they're a thing. That could be a thing."
The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill last month to set up a commission to study what happened when Trump loyalists stormed the Capitol building.
There were 35 Republicans who joined Democrats to vote in favour of the inquiry being established. However, when it went to the Senate, it was killed off via a filibuster.
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