Joe Rogan Praises Fox News’ Doocy For Pressing Jean-Pierre On Election Denial

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has gained a reputation among conservatives for struggling to provide coherent answers in defense of the Biden administration’s policies on various issues.

As with her predecessor, Jen Psaki, this tendency is especially prevalent in response to hard-hitting questions from Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy.

In one recent example, he asked Jean-Pierre about her own misgivings following the 2016 presidential election and 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race — and her reply raised more than a few eyebrows.

“You tweeted in 2016 [that] Trump stole an election,” Doocy said. “You tweeted Brian Kemp stole an election. If denying election results is extreme now, why wasn’t it then?”

Jean-Pierre shot back: “Let’s be really clear. That comparison that you made is just ridiculous.”

“How is that ridiculous?” Doocy responded.

Podcast host and comedian Joe Rogan clearly agreed with Doocy, dedicating a segment of a recent episode to discussing the “hilarious” exchange.

Asserting that the Fox News correspondent “always asks the best question,” Rogan added: “If you want that show to be entertaining, you want that guy to ask questions, because he always catches them.”

After recapping the back-and-forth between Doocy and Jean-Pierre, the host incorporated his own analysis into the discussion.

“First of all, what kind of audit have you done where you’re so confident that the election has been stolen or has not been stolen,” he asked in reference to Jean-Pierre’s prior claims. “How much work are you doing before you’re making these assertions? Almost zero.”

Rogan went on to defend Doocy’s line of questioning against the press secretary’s dismissive response.

“That is not a ridiculous question,” the host proclaimed. “That is a very good question. It’s a very good question.”

Segueing into a broader discussion of the left’s election-related hypocrisies, Rogan addressed disparate positions about presenting identification.

“You don’t need to show ID to vote,” Rogan said, imitating a liberal politician. “But you better have your ID ready and your [vaccination] card if you want to eat in a restaurant. Same people. Same people. ID is racist, but you need an ID because you have to do the right thing. It’s like they’re bearing the weight of this hypocrisy all day long is just blowing their brains out.”