California’s stay-at-home order to combat the spread of the coronavirus has been one of the most restrictive in the nation and Joe Rogan has had enough.
Earlier this week LA County public health director Barbara Ferrer went on record saying that the stay-at-home order in LA could extend into August.
Rogan, who lives in California, says he’s seriously considering moving to Texas because he’s not sure when he would be allowed to do standup in the state due to the stay-at-home order continuing to be extended.
Hey I might move to Texas…if California continues to be restrictive, I don’t know if this is a good place to live…if they really say I can’t do standup until 2022 I might jet, I’m not kidding. This is silly.
Rogan went on to call his buddy Bryn Callen who says that he’s going to perform in Houston for 200 people at the end of the month which is much sooner than LA. Rogan went on to opine that he believes businesses should be open and that quarantining should be optional for those who are fearful about catching the virus.
I think they should quarantine those who are higher at risk and quarantine people who chose to quarantine because they’re still scared of it
It appears that Rogan isn’t the only one considering moving to Texas from California. Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, who was recently a guest on Rogan’s podcast, proclaimed that he was considering leaving California due to the stay-at-home order.