CNN’s spent weeks trying to cancel Joe Rogan.
But the attempt failed.
And Joe Rogan obliterated CNN with this simple fact.
As Black Eye Politics reports:
CNN’s dove headfirst into the campaign to censor Joe Rogan after Rogan interviewed doctors Peter McCullough and Robert Malone who criticize vaccine mandates and questioned some of the pro-vaccine messaging coming out of the corporate media and Biden administration.
Hosts on the far-left propaganda and entertainment channel like Brian Stelter, Don Lemon and Jim Acosta believe anyone that criticizes Joe Biden or his agenda is spreading “misinformation” and must be silenced.
Stelter even whined on his show that more people trust Joe Rogan than CNN – a network that spent years lying to the American people about how Donald Trump colluded with the Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign.
In an interview with comedian Dave Smith on his podcast, Joe Rogan obliterated CNN’s censorship campaign.
Rogan said the problem is that CNN and other corporate media outlets stink at their job – reporting the news – and that if CNN wanted to earn the trust of the public it should go back to delivering news and accurate information as opposed to crafting narratives that advance the Democrat Party’s political agenda.
“But I think the problem, what we’re dealing with these news sources, it’s the same kind of problem we’re talking about The View, and the same kind of problem when they were talking about me, is that the answer to like if people, more people believe me or trust me or want to listen to me talk, the answer is not to silence me, the answer is to you to do better,” Rogan stated.
As an example, Rogan pointed to how CNN falsely claimed Rogan took a horse dewormer after a doctor prescribed him the antiviral FDA-approved medicine ivermectin as part of a cocktail of drugs that helped Rogan recover from COVID.
Rogan explained that instead of lying CNN should ask real questions about Rogan’s treatment regimen and why Rogan recovered from coronavirus so quickly.
“The answer is for you to have better arguments,” Rogan continued. “When you’re on television talking about how I’m taking horse paste, and you know that’s not true, I’m taking horse de-wormer, instead of saying, which you should have said, how did Joe Rogan get better so quick?”
Smith interjected that Rogan’s answer “predicated on the assumption that [the media is] being honest.”
Rogan disagreed stating that he used to trust CNN as a news source.
But as time rolled on, Rogan explained that CNN trafficked in narratives and disinformation about him in an attempt to shut down his podcast.
“But this is my perspective. If you’re in business and your business is the news and you want to get more people to pay attention, you should be honest. And my thoughts for CNN, my advice to them, I don’t hate CNN. I used to go to them every day for the news until they start f*cking hatin’ 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,” Rogan stated.
Rogan – in closing – mocked Stelter and Lemon.
“Nobody is like chiming in saying, ‘Oh yeah, finally we get the voice of reason.’ Nobody thinks that,” Rogan concluded.