What did Joe Rogan say about Roe vs. Wade getting overturned?

Famous podcaster and UFC color commentator Joe Rogan recently discussed Roe vs Wade on his podcast. Rogan also revealed his stance on the matter.

Roe vs Wade is lawsuit from 1973 where the Supreme Court making a ruling on abortion rights. The topic recently caught everyone’s attention again after the Chief Justice has ordered an investigation into the leaked document that seems to indicate the court will overturn Roe vs Wade.

A debate regarding whether abortion should be legal or not in the US is still goes on. Especially after the Supreme Court overruled Roe on June 24. Since then, several protests are still happening for both pro-life and pro-choice groups.

Joe Rogan recently discussed the matter on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience.

The 54-year-old revealed his stance in Roe vs Wade. He couldn’t understand why women can’t have full control of their body. Rogan even regarded the law as ‘terrible’.

“It’s weird, people telling other people what they can and can’t do with their bodies. It’s weird, because Texas has a weird law, no I shouldn’t say weird law. A terrible law. Where it’s six-weeks (to have an abortion), who the f**k knows they’re pregnant at six-weeks?” Rogan said.

Joe Rogan made it clear that he is supporting women’s right to choose whether she wants to give birth or not. However, Rogan felt uncomfortable mentioning about aborting babies during more than six months of pregnancy.

Joe Rogan himself currently lives in Texas which means he will first hand the drastic change following the new law. Several UFC athletes have also spoken up regarding this topic. Welterweight contender Michael Chiesa was disappointed and reminded everyone the importance of choosing the right leader.

“In light of Roe vs Wade being overturned, it’s imperative going forward that you pay very close attention to who you vote for.” Chiesa wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, flyweight contender Jeff Molina was confused by the decision and joked about it with a picture of himself.

“Me when I found out Roe v. Wade was overturned.” Molina wrote.