Crowd Cheered the ‘Right Wing Avengers’ (Video)

( – There is hardly a better testimony to Americans’ support for Donald Trump than the storm of cheers that greeted him at the latest UFC event – as podcaster Joe Rogan compared his entrance there with Kid Rock, Tucker Carlson and Dana White to that of the “right-wing avengers.”

Podcast host and comedian Joe Rogan recently discussed the enthusiastic reception former President Donald Trump received at the UFC 295 event at Madison Square Garden.

On the November 11 event, Trump made an appearance alongside other public figures such as musician Kid Rock, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, and UFC President Dana White, The Daily Caller notes in a report.

Rogan, while conversing with his guest, former CIA officer Mike Baker, reflected on the crowd’s reaction.

“He’s showed up at the UFC before, and the response back then was a lot of cheers, there were some boos, this is a couple years ago,” he noted.

However, he emphasized the stark contrast in the crowd’s response during Trump’s latest appearance.

“It was f****** bananas. It was — the whole place was cheering. He walks out to Kid Rock’s American Badass with Kid Rock and Tucker Carlson, walking in like the right-wing Avengers, and the place went nuts,” Rogan remarked during episode #2064 of the Joe Rogan Experience.

Rogan proposed that the various Democrat-led indictments against Trump have paradoxically boosted his popularity. He was particularly struck by the intensity and duration of the crowd’s cheers.

“I’m telling you the f****** cheers of the crowd were nuts. I mean it was overwhelmingly in support of him and it lasted a long time. I mean it was a roar,” the podcaster said.

Rogan also highlighted the stark difference in the crowd’s energy before and after Trump’s entrance.

“You had to hear what the crowd sounded like before he walked in and then when he did. It was just overwhelming cheers for over a minute. I mean, just imagine a minute of people screaming at the top of their lungs,” he added.

This surge in popularity for Trump comes despite his facing multiple indictments.

Notably, recent polls, including a Quinnipiac poll, indicate that Trump is currently leading President Joe Biden, particularly in most battleground states.