The podcast host has some more political commentary to serve up to the Leftist conglomerates. On Episode 1749 of his show, Joe Rogan stressed in his conversation with guest Shane Dorian that for all the rage and fire Democrats voice against voter ID – they’re the same crowd going all-in on vaccine mandates for general public places. [tweet_embed] December 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] "Systems that they adopt. If you’re a right-winger or if you’re a left-winger, you just like to adopt this pattern of thinking. That this is ‘I’m on the left so I have to be all for free and available abortion, and I want gun regulation,’ and I want this and I want that." "Ticks every box on your side," quipped Dorian. "Yeah and contradictory things too. This is where it gets really weird. Like voter ID is racist. It’s racist to require someone to have a voter ID to register to vote. But, you have to have an ID because you need to have a vaccination so in order to use any facilities, you need to be vaccinated, and if you’re gonna be vaccinated I need to have an ID and you have to have a vax card and that’s ok." "If you wanna think about what’s racist and not racist, if you look at the statistics: it’s a large percentage of African Americans that are not vaccinated, and they don’t want it and they don’t trust it." [tweet_embed] December 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] As historical context supporting the rift, Rogan mentions how the CDC carried the Tuskegee Syphilis experiments on hundreds of African Americans for a 40-year time period. Throughout 2021, there have been various opinions on voter regulations between Democrats and Republicans. Earlier in December, New York City legislators chose to pass a measure that would give 800,000 migrants voting rights despite not being citizens of the country. In March, Progressives made Georgia a battleground of demonstrations as activists pounced on the state’s efforts to enact voter ID laws. In recent days multiple cities from Boston, to Chicago, and even now the Washington DC area have all revealed plans to introduce vaccine passport requirements as mandatory for most indoor public places. [tweet_embed] December 23, 2021[/tweet_embed] The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hear oral arguments in two separate challenges to President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The Court announced Wednesday it would hear oral arguments challenging both Biden's vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 workers and healthcare workers at facilities receiving Medicaid and Medicare funding.