Joe Rogan, the world-renowned podcast host, recently shared his thoughts on President Joe Biden’s leadership skills on his show, “The Joe Rogan Experience.” Rogan expressed his surprise that Biden is running for reelection, given his age and inability to find solutions to the country’s problems.
Rogan asked, “What are they gonna do?” adding that the only solution he sees is for Biden to die soon and someone else to step up. Comedian Dave Smith, who was a guest on the show, concurred, saying that Biden dying was “not beyond the realm of possibility.”
Meanwhile, Biden is losing support from key voting blocs, including Hispanics, which could make his path to reelection even more difficult. Despite launching a Spanish-language version of his campaign website, the translation was fraught with errors, highlighting the difficulties campaigns face when trying to connect with bilingual voters.
Jess Morales Rocketto, chief of Moonshot Strategies at Equis Research and a former digital organizing director for Hillary Clinton, emphasized the importance of bilingual outreach in presidential campaigns. She cited Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign as an example of successful Spanish-language engagement with Latino voters.
Republicans are actively seeking to exploit any divisions between Biden and the Latino electorate, accusing Democrats of not understanding the issues that motivate them. Giancarlo Sopo, a Republican communications strategist who worked on translations for former President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, criticized the Biden campaign’s word-for-word mistranslations, claiming they are not serious about going after the Hispanic vote.
As Biden launches his reelection campaign, there are doubts about whether he will be able to replicate the multiracial excitement of his 2020 campaign. His favorability has dropped significantly among Latinos in some polls, and he will need to work hard to win back their support.
Source conservative brief