CNN made a big mistake trying to cancel Joe Rogan.
Now the chickens are coming home to roost.
And Joe Rogan crushed a big name at CNN with one sentence.
As Conservative Revival reports:
As CNN’s ratings drop to all-time lows they have become increasingly desperate in their attempts to cancel Joe Rogan.
CNN is currently averaging just 467,000 viewers while the average podcast from Joe Rogan has 11 million views.
They’ve lost their audience with their partisan reporting.
The Washington Examiner reported on Friday that most college students don’t recognize the most famous liberal mainstream media hosts, including Brian Stelter, Rachel Maddow, and Don Lemon. But almost all the surveyed students knew who Joe Rogan was and had seen his show.
On Thursday Rogan pointed out that people aren’t turning on CNN while talking with standup comedian Dave Smith.
Rogan said that “nobody listens to” CNN hosts Brian Stelter and Don Lemon as “the voice of reason.”
Rogan criticized CNN’s coverage of his illness with Covid. CNN claimed that Rogan took “horse dewormer” because he took ivermectin as his treatment method. The podcast host pointed out that CNN should have investigated his speedy recovery and blasted them for not reporting the effectiveness of monoclonal antibody treatments in fighting the Delta variant.
“If you’re a business, and your business is the news and you want more people to pay attention, you should be honest,” Rogan said. “And my thoughts for CNN, my advice to them—I don’t hate CNN, I used to go to them everyday for the news before they started f*cking hating on me.”
“If you want to do better, just f*cking change your model. Change the way you do it. Stop this editorial perspective with guys like Brian Stelter and Don Lemon that nobody listens to. Nobody is chiming in saying ‘oh yeah, finally we get the voice of reason.’ Nobody thinks that.”
Rogan said that he’ll support CNN again if they change and solely report “objective news.”
“Have people give out effective news, objective news, rather, and I’ll support you. I will turn around 100% and I’ll be one of the people that tells people ‘I saw this on CNN, watch this on CNN. CNN has a different business model. They’re just being objective news now,’ I’m with you.”
The cancel mob has been trying to get Spotify to cut ties with Rogan.
It started after rocker Neil Young pulled his music from Spotify for “potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation being spread” about vaccines.
In response Spotify announced in late-January that they would attach a warning to content dealing with Covid and took down over 100 old episodes but the company didn’t plan on terminating their $100 million contract with the podcast host.