Joe Rogan Exposes COVID Censorship Campaign: ‘Dangerous Misinformation’ Has Become ‘Fact,’ Vaccinated ‘Can Still Catch COVID-19’

Joe Rogan addressed the controversy surrounding the so-called “dangerous,” “misinformation” he has reportedly disseminated about COVID-19 and Covid vaccines.

Rogan, whose audience is 10 times larger than CNN’s best primetime show, discussed the attempt to censor and target him following his interviews with renowned doctors, Peter McCullough and Robert Malone.

“First of all, to say, thank you to everyone that sent love and support, I truly truly appreciate it and it’s been very nice to hear from you,” the host of The Rogan Experience said in a video published Sunday. “I want to make this video first of all, because I think there’s a lot of people that have a distorted perception of what I do, maybe based on sound bites or based on headlines of articles that have disparaging.

“The podcast is been accused of spreading ‘dangerous,’ ‘misinformation’ specifically about two episodes, a little bit about some other ones, but specifically about two. One with Dr. Peter McCullough and one with Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Peter McCullough is a cardiologist and he is the most published physician in his field in history. Dr. Robert Malone, owns nine patents on the creation of mRNA vaccine technology and is at least partially responsible for the creation of the technology that led to mRNA vaccines. Both these people are very highly credentialed, very intelligent, very accomplished people and they have an opinion that it’s different from the mainstream narrative.”


Facts, information, even debating opinions about Covid and Covid vaccination is “labeled dangerous misinformation.” But every claim that is censored, refuted and attacked by the Covid-vaccine pushing regime has been accurate and demonstrably true, Rogan warned.  

“I wanted to hear what [McCullough and Malone’s] opinion is.  I had them on and because of that,” he said. “Those episodes, in particular — 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.”

Rogan called attention to the outright lies the Covid enterprises tried to coerce the public into accepting as fact:

For instance, eight months ago, if you said, ‘If you get vaccinated, you can still catch Covid and you could still spread Covid,’ you’d be removed from social media. They would, they would ban you from certain platforms. Now, that’s accepted as fact.

If you said, ‘I don’t think cloth masks work,’ you would be banned from social media. Now, that’s openly repeatedly stated on CNN.

If you said, ‘I think it’s possible that Covid-19 came from a lab,’ you’d be banned from many social media platforms. Now, that’s on the cover of Newsweek.

All of those theories that, at one point were banned, were openly discussed by those two men that I had on my podcast that have been accused of dangerous misinformation. I do not know if they’re right, I don’t know because I’m not a doctor. I’m not a scientist. I’m just a person. I am just a person that sits down and talks to people and has conversations with them.

Do I get things wrong? Absolutely, I get things wrong but I try to correct them whenever I get something wrong, I try to correct it because I am interested in telling the truth, I’m interested in finding out what the truth is. And I am interested in having interesting conversations with people that have different opinions.

Along with experts warning about the hazards of experimental gene therapy, Rogan pointed out that he has also had proponents of Covid-vaccines and guests with a myriad of viewpoints on his show:

 I’m not interested in only talking to people that have one perspective, that’s one of the reasons why I had Sanjay Gupta on Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who I  respect very much, and I really enjoyed our conversation together. He has a different opinion than those men do. I had Dr. Michael Osterholm on, at the very beginning of the pandemic. He is on President Biden’s covid-19 advisory board.

I had Dr. Peter Hotez on, who is a vaccine expert. I’m interested in finding out. what is correct and fine. I’m also finding out how people come to these conclusions and what the facts are.

On Wednesday, Spotify Technology S.A. announced it would remove left-wing rocker Neil Young’s music from its platform. Days prior, Young gave Spotify an ultimatum, warning the platform to blacklist Rogan and his popular podcast or take down his music.

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Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek issued a statement on Sunday outlining the platform’s plan to add a “content advisory” to all hosted content involving “discussion about COVID-19.”

“We are working to add a content advisory to any podcast episode that includes a discussion about COVID-19. This advisory will direct listeners to our dedicated COVID-19 Hub, a resource that provides easy access to data-driven facts, up-to-date information as shared by scientists, physicians, academics and public health authorities around the world, as well as links to trusted sources,” the update on Spotify’s website states. “This new effort to combat misinformation will roll out to countries around the world in the coming days. To our knowledge, this content advisory is the first of its kind by a major podcast platform.””

Rogan supports Spotify’s new policy and pledged to use his platform to showcase “balance” and “controversial viewpoints”:

One of the things that Spotify wants to do that I agree with is that the beginning of these controversial podcasts, like specifically ones about Covid, is to put a disclaimer and say that you should speak with your physician and that these people and the opinions that they express are contrary to the opinions of the consensus of experts, which I think is very important. Sure have that on there. I’m very happy with that.

The podcast started off as just fucking around with my friends and having fun and talking and then when it became popular, other people wanted to come on and I was like, ‘Oh it’d be cool to talk to that person,’ ‘Oh, he’s interesting,’ ‘Oh, she’s got a cool book out.’ And then boom. It’s become what it is today which is like some outer control juggernaut that I barely have control of.

So my pledge to you is that I will do my best to try to little balance out these more controversial viewpoints with other people’s perspectives so we can maybe find a better point of view. I don’t want to just show the contrary opinion to what the narrative is, I want to show all kinds of opinions so that we can all figure out what’s going on —  and not just about covet about everything about health, about fitness wellness, the state of the world itself. It’s a strange responsibility to have this many viewers and listeners. It’s very strange and it’s nothing that I prepare for and it’s nothing that I ever anticipated. I am going to do my best in the future, to balance things out. I’m going to do my best, but my point of doing this is always just to create interesting conversations and ones that I hope people enjoy.

Ironically, Rogan is a longtime fan of Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, another musician who demanded Spotify ban Rogan for presenting facts about Covid vaccines:

I’ve always been a Neil Young fan. When I was 19. I was a security guard at a place called Great Woods in Mansfield. Massachusetts. It’s a an outdoor concert amphitheater and Neil Young is playing there and there was the last day I worked there. I quit during the Neil Young concert.

And definitely no hard feelings towards Joni Mitchell. I love her too. I love her music, Chucky’s and loves a great song. I don’t know what else I can do differently other than maybe try harder to get people with differing opinions on right afterward. I do think that that’s important and and do my best to make sure that I have researched these topics that the controversial ones in particular and have all the pertinent facts at hand before I discuss them. Again, I’m not trying to promote misinformation, I’m not trying to be controversial. I’ve never tried to do anything with this podcast other than just talk to people and have interesting conversations. I didn’t plan it. I can’t believe it’s as successful as it is, it was never really an idea that I had.

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