Joe Rogan Makes the Left Look Even Worse With His Reply on Spotify Controversy – Opinion

The controversy surrounding Joe Rogan was previously covered by us. While they said that they were now going to be putting a content label on any discussions involving COVID, they also made it clear without even mentioning him that they weren’t getting rid of Rogan, despite the push from the left.

Rogan weighs in, and it’s clear why people listen to him more than news media like CNN. He’s humble, he’s looking for the truth, and he’s real. He’s not pushing a narrative. Contrary to the media, who might like him in.

Rogan said he was speaking to the issue because some people were pushing a “distorted perception of what I do.”

He said the issue centered primarily around two episodes — where he had on Dr. Robert Malone and then another where he had on Dr. Peter McCullough, both of whom were “very highly credentialed, very intelligent, very accomplished” but who had opinions “that’s different from the mainstream narrative. Their opinions were important to me. I had them on and because of that, those episodes, in particular, those episodes were labeled as being ‘dangerous,’ they had ‘dangerous misinformation’ in them.”

“The problem I have with the term misinformation – especially today – is that many of the things that we thought of as misinformation just a short while ago are now accepted as fact, like for instance, if you said eight months ago, you can still catch COVID, and you can still spread COVID, you’d be removed from social media. You would be banned from some platforms. Now, that’s accepted as fact.” He also noted that if you previously had talked about cloth masks not working that you would be banned from social media, but now that is openly stated on CNN. You might be expelled if you discuss the possibility that there is a leak in the laboratory. Now, it’s on the cover of Newsweek.

Rogan said he may get things wrong, but “I try to correct them.” “Because I’m interested in telling the truth, I’m interested in finding out what the truth is.” He said that he didn’t have an issue with the Spotify putting an advisory on the podcasts pointing to more information. That’s not cutting off what he’s saying, but pointing to more information.

Now, that’s Rogan — he’s straight up and honest. Rogan wants to know more, and not less. CNN would not allow someone to be so humble. CNN is constantly attacking Fox. That’s why people tune in to CNN instead of Fox. Because they don’t care about the truth, while he’s honestly looking for it. His response seems so rational that the media and left criticizing him seem even less stupid. Their description of him is disastrous.

The problem, though, is that it isn’t really about misinformation. The very nature of his show disturbs them because it isn’t in line with the narrative. His search for truth, by its very nature, is in contradiction to their efforts to conceal it. The left is going to look at the response from Spotify and believe if they yell loud enough they’re going to get some attention and some movement, and as I noted last night, this isn’t going to assuage the left because Rogan is still there.

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