Joe Rogan Experience #1338 – Roy Wood Jr

Roy Wood Jr. is a comedian, writer, and actor. He has served as a correspondent for The Daily Show on Comedy Central since 2015.

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

You might be interested in

Comment (0)

  1. love you joe but you must have had a error switching phones, its possible without switching much to change from iphone, the issue is buying all the other connected devices.

  2. Hey Roy I don't think I ever gave you a fair chance cuz you took over Ari's show….
    Dude you are high on my list now, thank you for being Roy.

  3. You can't say Smollette's hoax was a simple thing to be forgiven. He didn't just tell a lie for attention. He was a political activist and was friends with/working for 2 Democrat politicians who were trying to get an anti-lynching bill passed. That's why the noose and what this was really all about. And he claimed the attackers said "this is MAGA country" in a time when the country was a powder keg of political tension. This guy intentionally used racism, sexual identity and political tensions to try create strife and conflict in America. People could have been hurt or killed over this. And worst of all the police told him they had arrested people for the fake attack, and he did not come forward to clear them. He would let innocent people get charged for a fake crime. This betrayed the country and all Americans. Forgivable? No. I hope he rots on jail for a looong time. He deserves it.

  4. This is probably one of the best to date. I had smile the entire time and laughed at certain points more than any other pod cast before.
    So much truth, so much honesty, no bullshit, just two people getting into conversation and going with it.

    Joe, you're awesome, and what you're doing here isn't particularly what anyone would consider ground breaking, but it is! People just want to have conversations, without having to claim a side, like we used to do not so long ago before this polarized pc bullshit and instant gratification 140 character world. In a way, you're preserving humanity with this podcast. Thank you! Keep going!


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *