U.S. - Podcaster Joe Rogan has been under intense scrutiny by the media for spreading misinformation. In order to stop the dangerous renegade conversationalist, the legacy media has now begun spreading misinformation of their own about Joe Rogan in order to stop the spread of misinformation.
"He's spreading misinformation! He's uh…saying that covid isn't real, and calling black people disgusting names - not just quoting other people's use of the n-word," said CNN's Jim Acosta. "Not to mention he's stated that the vaccine makes you radioactive, and masks make you infertile!"
"The only way to fight misinformation is to spread our own misinformation even faster," said CNN's Brian Stelter in an impassioned segment. "The difference is that we spread misinformation for your own good! Unlike Joe Rogan, who just says what he believes whenever he wants, like a big fat jerk, we actually have an agenda and we know what's best for you."
Unfortunately, despite all of the media's efforts, Spotify has decided to still stand by Joe Rogan and not cancel him. Left with no other option, the media is promising to smear Rogan with devastating misinformation even harder until he stops sharing misinformation.
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