Joe Rogan blasts ‘crazy’ Dem policies that basically allow squatters to ‘steal people’s houses’

Progressive policies felt the burn of podcaster Joe Rogan as he slammed cities where they’re “basically allowing people to steal other people’s houses.”

In a world turned upside down, standup comics appeared to voice more concern over America’s growing squatter problem than lawmakers as Dave Attell and Ian Fidance joined “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

Shifting from the border crisis and busing plans that have left so-called sanctuary cities begging for aid to accommodate a fraction of the number of illegal aliens states like Texas contend with, Attell brought up a viral video that further supported the position that the United States is under invasion.

“He’s telling people how to get over the border and squat in houses,” the guest explained as Fidance brought up a recent example in Queens, New York.

As the conversation progressed, Rogan tore into the absurdity of people being allowed to “draft up a fake lease” and then the homeowner is left taking it to court, “And it could be months and months before you even get a trial.”

“It’s so crazy that in the name of protecting tenants, which is important — you don’t want a sh*tty landlord, you wanna protect tenants — but in the name of protecting tenants, you are, you’re basically allowing people to steal people’s houses,” asserted the host.

The pervasiveness of the problem brought a neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington together in support of landlord Jaskaran Singh who had been barred from his $2 million home after squatter Sang Kim had refused to pay rent for two years, reported Newsweek.

A Temporary Protection Order filed by the squatter prohibited the homeowner from coming within 1,000 feet of his own property while, like nongovernmental organizations aiding foreign nationals into the United States, the leftist activist group The Housing Justice Project has aided Kim with legal assistance hamstringing Singh who told KOMO he “suffered an $80,000 loss. This should stop. This is a fight against injustice.”

Supporters of the homeowner could be heard chanting, “No pay, no stay” as they waved signs that promoted the rights of landlords.

As had been mentioned, Queens homeowner Adele Andaloro was recently arrested when she confronted squatters in her $1 million family home after they called the police on HER for being in the residence.

“I’m really fearful that these people are going to get away with stealing my home,” she had told WABC after she was told she couldn’t change the locks or shut off the utilities.

The comics also made mention of more than 1,200 homes in Atlanta, Georgia that had reportedly been taken over by squatters that had prompted one resident to ask, “Is this even America anymore? We are homeowners and we can’t even do anything about trespassers?”

“Dude,” said Fidance after he recounted efforts by some to downplay the concern, “10 people doing it is alarming!”

“A thousand is crazy,” replied Rogan who contended, “That means they know how to do it and they know the loophole and you need to tighten that loophole up, you f*ckheads.”

As the host used his massive platform to weigh in on the problem, Ian Miles Cheong emphasized the import of free speech to tamp down on leftist lunacy as he said, “People have been squatting in people’s homes and stealing them for years thanks to increasingly insane progressive policies but if it wasn’t for X we wouldn’t even be talking about it now,” while others wholly criticized so-called “squatter’s rights.”

Kevin Haggerty


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