And it’s worse than you think because on similar words and sounds, it’s not always there, so it changes with maybe humidity or time of day. They’re fun to fix.
Taking this upside down, I’m not sure I could create this noise if somebody wrote me a check. Standard troubleshooting suggests that you split the system in half and see if each half is healthy. Then do it again.
What’s the microphone? I think I can hear a little room echo in there, but if you’re not compulsive about quality, it should be OK. The distortion is very annoying. Are you on a USB microphone going through a USB hub?
Because the static is different on each track, Kn0ck0ut with centre-isolation is worth a try to isolate what is common to both channels: the voice , (however the result is mono and the processing adds digital artifact noises)