STARNES: My Take on Joe Rogan, Spotify and the Cancel Culture Jihadists
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Joe Rogan – the famous podcaster – is facing a fierce battle with Big Tech, the medical community and a bunch of aging musicians.
He’s been accused of spreading dangerous misinformation about the China Virus on his podcast.
Spotify caved to the pressure and agreed to put warning labels on any podcast that mentions the virus.
There’s just one problem – what Rogan said and the information his guests provided was not misinformation.
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It’s mind-boggling to see the cancel culture jihadists try and de-platform Rogan simply because he wants to have an honest discussion about the pandemic.
In the early days of the pandemic I was accused by Big Tech of spreading misinformation. When I said the virus started in a Chinese lab, Google told me that was hate speech.
I also interviewed doctors on my national radio show who said face masks did not offer protection against the virus. Fake News – that’s what the fact checkers said.
And when I said that vaccinated people were still getting and spreading the virus – I suspended by Facebook.
But it turns out I was right. The only people spreading misinformation were Dr. Anthony Fauci, the CDC and the so-called fact checkers.
So I recommend that Rogan tells Spotify to hit the road. He should take his massive following and launch his own media company. He’ll be much happier and wealthier.
Sadly, it urns out Covid not only attacks our immune system – but it’s also attacking our Constitutional rights.