By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
MMA fighter Tim Kennedy has suggested that Joe Rogan is willing to moderate a debate for the American public. The debate would feature President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
The Democrats do not want there to be any debates, because of Biden’s cognitive decline. Also, they may want him to use a teleprompter, which would not happen.
Rogan – who is a UFC commentator and has a popular podcast with The Joe Rogan Experience – is an unbiased moderator, who is not in the mainstream media.
“On my podcast with Joe Rogan, he offered to moderate a debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump,” Kennedy said. “It would be four hours with no live audience. Just the two candidates, cameras, and their vision for how to move this country forward. Who wants this? #Debates #Election2020”
Trump responded on Twitter that he wants the Rogan debate. Biden, or his handlers, have not responded to the inquiry.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that she does not want any debates, because they know that Biden is their best candidate and he’s declining at 77 – almost 78 in Nov.
The Democrats do not want Trump to win re-election. However, he has the focus of the American people, which hasn’t been seen in years. Many of Trump’s voters haven’t been heard since Ronald Reagan.
Biden is attempting to become President for the first-time after two previous failed attempts in 1988 and 2008. He was also Barack Obama’s Vice President for eight years.
Trump – who had no political experience before being elected as the President in 2016 – is seeking re-election. He has drained the Swamp and caused the Democrats to lose their mind since taking over.
“A long form debate with a neutral moderator,” Kennedy also said. “No fake audience reactions. No biased questions. Neutral camera positions. No sound bite length responses. Just their respective policies explained to us. Please President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden make it happen. #Debate #JoeRoganDebate”
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