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FBI Met Weekly With Big Tech Ahead of the 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 d ago

FBI Met Weekly With Big Tech Ahead of the 2020 Election

"Supervisory special agent Chan who serves in the FBI's San Francisco bureau was questioned under oath By court order about his alleged critical role in coordinating them quoting with social media platforms relating to censorship and suppression of speech on their platforms Why supervisory special agent in San Francisco Well that's where Silicon Valley mostly is During the deposition Chan said that he along with the FBI's foreign influence task force and senior cybersecurity and infrastructure security agencies officials had weekly meetings with major social media companies to warn against Russian disinformation attempts ahead of the 2020 election According to a source in the Missouri attorney general's office Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the FBI came to his company to warn about Russian disinformation What do you mean like Russian collusion with Trump I just don't trust these bastards I just don't Those meetings were initially quarterly than monthly than weekly heading into the presidential election between former president Donald Trump and not President Biden How about the Chinese influence on Biden With a monitoring that No According to a source chain testified that in those multiple separate meetings the FBI warned the social media companies there could be potentially Russian hack and dump or a hack and leak operations in their complaint the GOP AGs noted on August 26th Podcast episode of the Joe Rogan experience in which meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated the FBI basically came to us told Facebook to be on high alert relating to a lot of Russian propaganda Zuckerberg added the FBI said there's about the same kind of dump That's similar to so just be vigilant Sorry that's choppy That's him not me

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The Destruction of the News Media

The Officer Tatum Show

01:59 min | 4 d ago

The Destruction of the News Media

"You know, the clarification and we could bring him back into the show, but the clarification that I think can make that make me feel a lot better was the fact that it's not some crazy three headed monster at the top pulling all the strings, it seems to me that people are just sheep. And once you get the narrative going, it's just going to go out, you know, haywire and in the direction that the leftists wanted to go, is that correct? Yeah, I don't know if that should make you feel good. It makes you feel better than the three headed monster that we can't identify, you know. A mob controlled by George Soros or just a mob. True. True. So now look, it is, we have seen the kind of destruction of the news media over the last 5 to ten years. We've seen them go from being biased to outright political activists and I like to use the analogy. They used to be referees who, you know, you were always playing it in a way game if you're a Republican. Now they're not referees. Now they're not even trying. They are players in the game. And people are starting to figure that out. Most Republicans figured that out, most Democrats still kind of trust these entities. Well, I trust The New York Times. I trust trust NBC and whatnot. That starting to disintegrate in America and we're moving towards a purely partisan press. And that's just something we're going to have to live with. Other countries have had it for years. We used to have it in America. We're getting back to that. And they're going to be replaced by guys like you, who say, look, I have a point of view or some that don't that I trust. I trust a Joe Rogan more than I trust any organization like CNN or even Fox, even people I agree with on that because there are biased players all over the place and sometimes that's good if they're honest about who they are. That's just something we're not seeing too much anymore.

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Question: How do financial rules work when rogue individuals run companies? Answer: Not very well.

Forkast

00:28 sec | Last week

Question: How do financial rules work when rogue individuals run companies? Answer: Not very well.

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Question, how do financial rules work when Rogan individuals run companies? Answer, not very well. Calls for tougher rules on cryptocurrency have been echoing ever louder through the offices of global financial regulators since the collapse of the FTX exchange. But the firm did not invent dodgy business practices, so what can regulators and the industry do?

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Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Mike Rowe: Screens Cause Men to Be Soft and Lazy

"Mike Rowe was recently on Tucker Carlson's show. They were at the patriot. I believe it's called the patriot awards yes it is for Fox. And micro was interviewed by Tucker Carlson. And I just want to go through some of the things that Mike rose said to kind of set the tone. And I really do think this is important. And the more that I think about this, there's always when it comes to politics, there's always micro issues. There's symptoms and there's always a greater disease at play. And I think the denigration of manhood in America has become a huge problem. And we're seeing it play out in politics if you, if you just look at it. All right? So Mike Rogan, he was on Tucker Carlson's show. And Tucker Carlson obviously was interviewing him and Mike wrote to Tucker Carlson that the man in this country they're becoming soft and lazy and he says that's in part due to how much time these men are spending on their screens. I want to get into some of the specifics of what Mike rose said, but I think we all can relate to that. Listen, I spend a lot of time on my phone screen. I spend tons of time on my computer screen. I'm not looking to be influenced, though. I'm looking to search for, you know, news stories, headlines, and to be able to do a show like this or to be able to do my own show. To be able to do my podcast, by the way, check out my podcast the Carl Jackson show dot com Salem podcast network dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show. But here's what Mike Rowe had to say to Tucker Carlson. So he said, so I'm wrong about I'm quoting, obviously, so I'm wrong about as much as I am right. And it's for that reason. I hate to say, I told you so.

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Why Is Radio SO Special? Grant Stinchfield Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Why Is Radio SO Special? Grant Stinchfield Explains

"First heard you, before NRA TV, it was clear to me this guy is a drive time natural. You get radio. And it's different from TV. You went on to do NRA TV. But I'd like your take. Somebody who lives in the real world as well as doing media. What is it about radio? Why is radio so special ground? It breathes. So I'll give you an example of my newsmax show. The interviews like when you would come on, there are three and a half minutes long. Right. How am I supposed to break down what's happening between Russia and Ukraine in three and a half minutes with an expert on foreign policy, it's nearly impossible. It's very, very quick. Now, we do it, and I think we still do an entertaining. We still do it in an entertaining informative way. But when you can get on the radio and you can let someone breathe. And you can get into the details of this. The mastery of storytelling. That's what radio is about to. Rush Limbaugh was the best at this. Of all of them. But when you can tell stories on the radio, when you can talk and you can humanize a guest that you have on, he's not just there or she for just reading an expert, but you humanize them. All of this is why I think this whole podcast venue is exploding. The spoken word and long form spoken word is becoming more and more popular. I'm loving it every time I see these statistics that are coming out that more and more young people are looking at people like Joe Rogan. Let's face it wildly successful show. It's three hours long. Yeah. I'm so, in many respects, it restores my faith in humanity, that we're no longer maybe we're shifting from that headline news mentality. I want it in 20 seconds. And then I want to be out that maybe we want to learn.

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Arizona AG Nominee Abe Hamadeh Discusses Cash Bail

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last month

Arizona AG Nominee Abe Hamadeh Discusses Cash Bail

"Play a piece of tape here. And this is about Illinois. It's not about Arizona, but it's about what will happen if we allow Democrat AGs and these maniacs to get into power. It's a clip of Joe Rogan discussing the elimination of cash bail, play cut 35. They're essentially eliminating cash bail for almost everything dangerous. The law includes secondary murder, arson, so you let a guy's house on fire, get right out of jail. Drug induced homicide, robbery, kidnapping, aggravated battery, burglary, intimidation, aggravated driving under the influence, fleeing and alluding drug offenses and threatening a public official. No bail. No bail. Now, I'm not saying that's happening in Arizona tomorrow, but it is a theme, isn't it Abe if we let down our guard, we allow people like Hayes and these marxists to take over all of a sudden you get ideas like that. Absolutely. And we already have one at DA George Soros prosecutor here in pima county actually down in Tucson. And that's exactly the policies that they're implementing so quickly. There's also very important county attorney race America county. I encourage every Republican to vote for Rachel Mitchell because her opponent Julie gungal would bring those type of views and same with my opponent Chris mace, but look at every single city that's implemented ending cash bail Charlie. It's literally turned those cities into less safe. A lot less safe and what you're seeing right now is it turns them into Gotham and chaos and misery. So New York, Portland, San Francisco, every single city that's actually implemented these policies have turned them to hell holes. So I don't know why Illinois wants to bring that on, but you know, I think this is exactly why there's going to be a huge push on November 8th. Look at even new yorks and play Charlie. I just saw that poll at Trafalgar poll today that actually had Lee zeldin up. And if you're looking at penry, Michael Henry, he's running against letitia James, you know, who's a crooked attorney general in New York. I mean, he's, he's right on the cusp. I'm hoping they have a red wave in New York all across the country. We need to elect Republicans up and down the ballot.

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Joe Rogan: Prepare for Massive ‘Red Wave’ in US Midterms

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Joe Rogan: Prepare for Massive ‘Red Wave’ in US Midterms

"Remember the movie The Shining, the real creepy movie. It was recently rated one of the top 5 horror movies of all time. And I agree with that. It's one of my favorite movies, but it'll scare the crap out of you. Jack Nicholson was brilliant, Shelley Duvall was amazing. The husband takes a job as a caretaker in this the overlook hotel in the middle of the mountains and I don't know, Colorado or somewhere. I think it's based on, I think it's a real hotel up there somewhere. Anyway, there's a scene. It's all haunted. It's a haunted hotel, and there's a scene where the elevator opens, and all these tons of blood torrents of blood come down the hallway. Drenching the hall, the red blood on the wall is really a creepy scene. Joe Rogan invoked that scene when he talked about what he thinks is going to happen one week from today. The red wave that's common is going to be like the elevator doors opening up in The Shining. That's what I think. I think people are just like, what the are you saying? They're making Republicans. I don't know how they're doing it. I had a family member who isn't who's a boomer and a die hard liberal, and they told me when I was home this summer that they would vote for desantis. And I'm like, how did you lose this person? Yeah. How did you lose this person? This is a. This is a go to the ballot and vote blue no matter what. And you've lost even the boomers. She's a writer named Bridget, saying the Democrats have lost the boomers. They've lost the blue voters. People are saying, uh uh. No more.

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Why Tulsi Gabbard Left The Democrat Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

Why Tulsi Gabbard Left The Democrat Party

"Probably saw the news. You probably saw some clips of Joe Rogan or some announcement videos of Tulsi Gabbard saying she is no longer a Democrat. It's fascinating. And she joins us right now. Tulsi, welcome to the program. I've been admiring you from afar for years on your courageous stances against the Democrat party and recently more and more so. So you've left the Democrat party, tell us about that. Thanks, Charlie. It's good to talk to you finally. I feel like we've been around a lot of the same people for quite a while, but this is the first time we're connecting so thanks for having me on. Yeah, look, there's a number of big issues that drove me to this point, increasingly over time seeing how today's Democrat party is not the Democrat party. I joined 20 years ago when I ran for state House in Hawaii. You know, at that point, I was 21 years old, really passionate about protecting the environment. I come from a beautiful place and wanted to preserve it and be in a position to make that change. And so as I was looking at, you know, which party I wanted to affiliate with at that time, I was inspired by leaders like revin Martin Luther King, president JFK, a Democratic Party that was truly a big tent party that was very inclusive that stood for kind of those traditional liberalism principles of respect for individuals kind of a live and let live approach championing civil liberties and freedom and all of these things, that party is, it just doesn't exist today. Today's Democratic Party is controlled by so called woke radical ideologues who are really fanatical in whatever the issue or narrative of the day is that they choose. And fine, okay, they can push their policies, but what they're actively doing is trying to undermine everyone's freedom of speech,

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A Conversation With Devin Nunes About Zuckerberg and Rogan

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

A Conversation With Devin Nunes About Zuckerberg and Rogan

"You just hit something that I think is important because what we're seeing right now, Devin, is when we were there, I mean, we were in a battle, especially the last four years. I mean, the Trump administration impeachment, Russia hoax, everything. But before we get into all that, though, I want to talk about truth and talk about this issue that we both saw with the Internet and with social media in general. First take, what was your reaction when Zuckerberg went on Rogan and basically it admitted to what we all have been saying for so long, but yet we were called crazy. Well, you know, the first thing that struck me is, you know, Joe Rogan plays mister tough guy, and you know, that's fine. He's very popular, more popular than you and I dug. The first thing that struck me is you have Zuckerberg there for, I don't know, an hour or whatever it was. And you don't ask him about the $419 million that he spent to go harvest votes on behalf of the Democrats. Now, I don't know if Zuckerberg slipped up or if he knew what he was talking about. But clearly he's got to answer for that now and our former colleagues in the Senate and the House are asking him those direct questions. And if the Republicans are rewarded with the majority, this is going to have to be a major investigation and either he lied or didn't know what was going on, or he told the truth, which if he told the truth, then it's a major additional layer of problems for the disaster that DoJ and FBI are in. I don't know where it falls dug. I think it's too early to tell because Rogan didn't really follow up too much on the questioning.

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Did Cancel Culture Emerge Because Americans Have It Too Good?

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:40 min | 2 months ago

Did Cancel Culture Emerge Because Americans Have It Too Good?

"So, you know, my life, especially my childhood, was just one crisis after another. And I think that really gave me this ability to deal with these tough situations in a way that I think a lot of people can't and that maybe a lot of people would crumble. I think that's why I'm good at politics. I'm not great with a lot of things in life. You know, always joke, I'm not the smartest. I'm not the best looking. I'm an endurance athlete. So I'm not the fastest. I'm not the strongest. I'm in the middle of the pack athlete. And it's like, you know, God gave me this one gift of being able to endure tough things by putting a lot of obstacles in my way as a youth. But it's sort of interesting, right? I mean, we brought up cam. We brought up David goggins and again, you know, it's very similar. You do get toughened to the things that you're in a part of, whether you had. For me, I had my childhood was very, you know, for the most part, normal and stable. I had a state trooper for a dad. My mom worked. They were together 50 something years. But as I've gone into adulthood, getting into politics, getting into being a pastor, going to a dealing in those areas of where you're out there, you're raw war zone, you know, you're dealing with death, you're dealing with when you're, you know, I work with firemen and death notification and dealing with okay. You get to where your body and I'm noticed this and I wanted from your perspective. I've noticed there's a lot of things in my life. If I ever just sat down and a quiet room, I just don't really want to unpack. I mean, I'd rather have that scab for the last 25 years on certain events, just to stay there, but it makes us tougher so that when the next crisis comes, it's not like you've ever seen it before. And I think I see a lot of people nowadays when crisis comes in their life. They've never experienced it before. And it's such a shock to the system. I think these are one of your book. I think it's probably a great time. Is that something you're seeing nowadays, we're not understanding how to deal with certain situations? Yeah, man, I think part of cancel culture is because America's almost in a too good a place right now. It's like Maslow's hierarchy of needs. And whenever you've got your, you know, you've been in war zone, so you've seen people really suffering, right? Once you have your safety and your food and shelter and you have those basic needs mad, then you take a couple other steps up the wrong and everybody's got a job and everybody's doing well and the employment market is so good that people that employers can't even find people. When things are so good, people start looking for things to complain about. And I can tell you that from someone who used to have to pick up pennies and dimes on the side of the streets. A mom could put gas in her car to go to cosmetology school to feed us. When you're worried about those kind of things, you're not worried about what someone tweeted last night. You don't care what Joe Rogan or Dave Chappelle said, right? You don't care about those things when you get real, real problems. And it seems that America has become so comfortable that people don't have real problems. And you know, I was looking, I was watching a documentary last night and people were talking about how America's fallen apart. Well, these people will obviously never done any kind of reading of world history or even recent world history like the 60s. And the Torah mall America was going through in the 60s where, you know, there were riots on the street every day and political leaders were getting assassinated every other month. And it's just that now America has become so comfortable that any time there's some sort of divisiveness, our problem, people hunker down, they're scared because they haven't gone through it before. And I think it's necessary for human beings to have really tough experiences in their lives so that they can deal with other tough experiences and taking politics out of the equation, you might get a divorce or your kid might get sick or you might get cancer. We're all just humans going through a human experience and at some point in our life we're all going to have something that happens in our lives that we're going to have to deal with and it just seems like we've gotten to this point where people can't deal with anything because they've just had it so good for so long. Yeah. Well, and you see that. I mean, you say it reflected in campus, you know, where you have the quote site zones. You have places where you don't want. You know, it always kills me, you know, being an attorney being in D.C., all these people, you know, scream, you know, First Amendment. The First Amendment is not there for speech that you like. It is for speech that you despise the things that really curl your skin. And yet we have a proposal that what's that saying that's going around right now with, it's as strong what strong hard times might strong man strong man make easy times easy time to make weak men weak men make hard times. And I think when I first heard that I said, I mean, that's a key, but the more I got to think about it though, it really, I mean, what you just said is interesting.

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Rep. Andy Biggs: The FBI's Credibility Is Shot

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Andy Biggs: The FBI's Credibility Is Shot

"Within the last few hours before we were typing this podcast, Zuckerberg goes on Joe Rogan's podcast. And says, the FBI basically told them to hide the Hunter Biden laptop information. We already know that the times and others did this before the election. I mean, it doesn't make. And I'm on the outside watching now as I was on the inside watching and screaming to the top of my lungs saying this was going on. You talked that with Mar-a-Lago, you tack this with everything else. Is it just becoming now that the DoJ and FBI in particular are just have had so much issues that their credibility unfortunately is at a point where nobody could trust them. Well, I think the credibility is shot. The Mark Zuckerberg thing yesterday, which I thought was weird because, I mean, he says, well, yeah, they came to us, there's going to be this Russian dump. And so we didn't hide it. We just limited access. Well, that's censored it. You do your censored it. And they admitted what we've always said, they were still exactly. And it was our own government, a police agency that was using its power to impact an election. Now, in 2016, they used that same power to try to tarnish the Trump campaign in 2020. They tried to suppress information bad information about the Biden campaign. And you know, Doug, and I'll just say this about Zuckerberg. He doesn't come into this thing with clean hands. He spent over $400 million trying to influence the election through Secretary of State's offices in election offices around the country,

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The Rise of TRUTH Social: A Conversation With Devin Nunes

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

The Rise of TRUTH Social: A Conversation With Devin Nunes

"Devin Nunez, former congressman, former head of Intel, former member of in D.C., now head of truth social and still fighting the fight, Devin glad to have you with me on the podcast. Doug is great to be with you and aren't you and I both glad that we're not sitting in the swamp anymore and we're out still promoting conservative ideas conservative values and free speech and opening the Internet and all that great stuff. But boy, it's pretty ugly back there. Oh, I mean, somebody asked me, 'cause there's a possibility. I know you had left in midterm out in this last cycle. I said, well, no, run for your whole city again. I said, no, thanks for asking, but I'm good right now. After my Senate rise, you know, you just hit something that I think is important because what we're seeing right now, Devin, is when we were there, I mean, we were in a battle, especially the last four years. I mean, the Trump administration impeachment, Russia hoax, everything. But before we get into all that, though, I want to talk about truth and talk about this issue that we both saw with the Internet and with social media in general. Well, first take, what was your reaction when Zuckerberg went on Rogan and basically it admitted to what we all have been saying for so long, but yet we were called crazy. Well, you know, the first thing that struck me is, you know, Joe Rogan plays mister tough guy, and you know, that's fine. He's very popular more popular than you and I dug. The first thing that struck me is you have Zuckerberg there for, I don't know, an hour or whatever it was. And you don't ask him about the $419 million that he spent to go harvest votes on behalf of the Democrats. Now, I don't know if Zuckerberg slipped up or if he knew what he was talking about. But clearly he's got to answer for that now and our former colleagues in the Senate and the House are asking him those direct questions. And if the Republicans are rewarded with the majority, this is going to have to be a major investigation. And either he lied or didn't know what was going on, or he told the truth, which if he told the truth, then it's a major additional layer of problems for the disaster that DoJ and FBI are in. I don't know where it falls, Doug, I think it's too early to tell because Rogan didn't really follow up too much on the questioning.

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The Democrats' Strategy Is to Censor Their Opponents

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The Democrats' Strategy Is to Censor Their Opponents

"I'm insulted. I'm not just insulted, I'm frightened. I'm frightened only because to me, this is a nation that has always prided itself on diversity of opinion on freedom of speech, but it is very clear right now that that freedom of speech our First Amendment is under attack just take a look if you have any doubt just take a look at what Mark Zuckerberg said to Joe Rogan on his recent podcast, you know, the whole thing about the FBI came to us and said that there were some issues and you didn't want that repeated because it happened in 2016, so they had issues about misinformation coming from foreign sources. So they suppressed, they suppressed stories that would have been otherwise relevant. You know what, that is an interference, if you would. Between government and our freedom of speech. They're not allowed to do that. I don't know how they were able to and haven't been properly called out on it. I don't want you to forget about that. It's still going on. And it is very disturbing. So anyway, the whole idea now, I guess, is if you are on the left, you just paint the other side as a threat to democracy effectively a kind of terrorist and therefore you have the ability to make sure that they are censored. You have the ability to make sure that they are not heard. And that is the Democrats political strategy. How shameful? How shameful and I predict I predict it will all backfire. It will backfire because you see, when you put people into a corner like that, when you push them so far, you know what they start to say, okay, I've had it. I don't like this. That's when they make a decision to actively go out and vote against you.

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Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

"A very interesting development at the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, whose implications are not entirely clear yet, but a senior FBI agent. This is a guy named Tim tybalt, DHI BAU Tim tablet. Has been escorted out of FBI headquarters. And apparently is being either removed, fired, maybe asked to resign or maybe submitted his own resignation. I mean, there's a little bit of a shading as to which of those options it is, but what is not being shaded is that this guy is out of the FBI building. This was by the way the story was broken by the reporter John Solomon, and then picked up and further reported by many others, including the Washington times. And evidently, this guy Tim tybalt is the guy who suppressed the Hunter Biden story. Now he didn't suppress it all by himself, but he was one of the key figures in blocking the Hunter Biden story from getting out prior to the 2020 election. So let's think about that. This is the FBI actively involved in election interference and in suppressing damaging information against Biden. Now, there are several elements to this story. We know recently Mark Zuckerberg, by the way, the founder of Facebook, now called meta Mark Zuckerberg went on Joe Rogan's show and he said it was the FBI that pressured Facebook. Not to highlight the Hunter Biden story to downplay it, to repress it, and Zuckerberg says we didn't shut it down completely, but we did give it less traction. We did sort of pull it back. And think about it. It's the FBI, the FBI, the supposedly neutral police agency of the government that is now working with these social media platforms, not to fight misinformation, but to fight accurate information that would have been damaging to the Democrats. So the FBI seems to be now a little bit like the KGB kind of a fully owned police arm of the Democratic Party.

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The Government Controls What We Can & Cannot Publish

The Trish Regan Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Government Controls What We Can & Cannot Publish

"Really pretty disturbing in that we as a society have prided ourselves on our First Amendment, which would prevent, of course, our government from interfering with our freedom of speech. This is all coming to light because of an interview on Joe Rogan's podcast in which Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of Facebook said in I actually can't believe he said this. He was very, very forthcoming. I'm not entirely sure why, because I think this actually lands him in a whole bunch more trouble. Our protocol is different from Twitter, with Twitter did, is they said you can't share this at all. We didn't do that. We do is we have if something is reported to us as potentially misinformation, important misinformation, we also third party fact checking program because we don't want to be deciding what's true and false. And for the, I think it was 5 or 7 days when it was basically being determined whether it was false, the distribution on Facebook was decreased, but people were still allowed to share it. So you could still share it, you could still consume it. We say the distribution is decreased. It got shared. How does that work? It basically the ranking in news feed was a little bit less. So fewer people saw it than would have otherwise. So it definitely, by what percentage. I don't know if the top of my head. But it's meaningful. I mean, this is bonkers because what it tells me is somehow there, there was some effort by our government to tell a company what they should be publishing and not publishing. Now, again, you may say, oh, you know, private company, if they want to listen to people in the government, they want to make those decisions. That's up to them. Well, one, the government can't be telling them what we as individuals, right? Can publish or not publish. So

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John Ratcliffe: Why So Many Americans Mistrust the FBI

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 3 months ago

John Ratcliffe: Why So Many Americans Mistrust the FBI

"Was what John ratcliffe, former director of national intelligence, pointed out to Tucker Carlson Friday night about the FBI. This was admitted by Mark Zuckerberg in the interview he gave to Joe Rogan that the FBI went to Facebook and said, essentially, shut down the Hunter Biden laptop story right before the election. And it's a big deal. Here was what John Radcliffe admitted to Tucker on Fox News Friday night. That selection interference, is it not? I don't know what else it would be. Yeah, it is election interference. You know, to the extent that these allegations are true that FBI agents were knowingly putting bad information out there, it absolutely, and the troubling part about this, Tucker is the FBI is the primary domestic authority for enforcing election security for making sure that people don't interfere with the American voters in American elections. And if they're engaged in election interference and we've got a real problem and I think that's why so many Americans mistrust the FBI at the current time and that's really unfortunate.

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Mark Zuckerberg's Shocking Revelation to Joe Rogan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Mark Zuckerberg's Shocking Revelation to Joe Rogan

"Get into this latest admission by Mark Zuckerberg that he did positively receive what we're told on this Joe Rogan interview, a visit to the FBI came to us and told us that we needed to censor things on Facebook during the election. And then he gets into this weird semantics argument that says, oh, no, it was just diminished distribution. And then Rogan says, well, how much is it? And he said, well, it was significant. But Rogan doesn't actually call him on that. There's a wait a minute. You said it was diminished distribution. It wasn't censorship, but then you said it was a little bit, but then you said it was significant. So which is it? When you have an interview subject and they're saying, especially when it's someone who's for all intents and purposes in American oligarch, like Mark Zuckerberg, a guy who we know was bending millions, hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money to influence the election, you have to call them when they change their story on something. You can't just leave this stuff aside. You have to say, wait a minute. You just said it was a little bit. Now you said it was significant. What was it? What was the number? What was the percentage? And of course, it doesn't actually tell them.

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Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Hunter Laptop Story

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Was Wrong to Censor Hunter Laptop Story

"There is breaking information On Twitter Mark Zuckerberg tells Joe Rogan that Facebook they use their algorithm to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story for 7 days based on a general request from the FBI to restrict election misinformation This is what he said Just sent to me mister producer I'm going to send it to you if you can download it and get it ready for me The audio that is And so this is what I mean about the FBI And they just prosecuted two individuals who pled guilty who found Biden's daughters diary another one with the sex problem and a drug problem I mean think about this with Joe Biden Something's not right And they apparently tried to sell it But they're going to jail

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"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

"I think we've been there for a while, but I think it's landed in a place where both Neil and Daniel can feel like they won. Neil gets to have his stance, obviously, his name has been in the headlines for two weeks now. It's seen as a courageous principled stance against the evils of life in the Internet. That's a good win for him. Daniel gets to be seen as a protector of free speech. Somebody who took a punch but didn't fall, he didn't cave in and fire Joe Rogan, whatever, you know, that might mean they didn't cancel Joe Rogan. So, you know, I think Daniel eck probably feels like he lived through the press cycle. In their earnings call, Spotify released their fourth quarter earnings the other day. And their guidance, which is their projection of business for the next quarter was down. And to Wall Street, that's a bad sign. Spotify was very careful, not attributing it to reasons of the Joe Rogan staff, but it's hard to imagine that that doesn't have anything to do with it. So when Neil Young pulled his music, there were lots of people online saying, oh, screw Spotify. I'm canceling my subscription. It was never clear how real that was and how widespread it was. But it had to be something. And you can imagine that now that it's actually spread a little past the music world and into the podcast space where Roxanne gay said she's removing her podcast brene Brown, which is a very interesting one because those are Spotify original podcasts and they really gave her a big hug when they had her on her platform, like she they promoted her very, very heavily. You can wonder what the obamas might do about all of this. Well, that you saw and it's interesting you mentioned that because there was some very industry basically press release story. I think maybe The Hollywood Reporter or a variety that was like, well, you know, the obamas might be there three year deal is winding down. Like it wasn't really about the Rogan thing, but it was kind of like, you know, the seeds are being planted. So that's fair. Ben, we should go.

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"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

"Up before publication. And what he's saying is that basically Joe Rogan gives him an episode and they put it up. And so they don't have any control over what happens before it goes online. This has been part of the debate about it is what responsibility does Spotify have to police that content? Are they responsible for what he says or not? The typical stance of any tech platform is to sort of shrug and say the neutrality. Who are we to say what's good or bad if there's an ISIS beheading video or whatever? Like, hey, you know, it happens. You know this reminds me of Ben is maybe people have talked about this and I didn't catch it, but it reminds me a lot of what was going on with XXX and tossing it on. Removing him from playlists at the time when the information about his domestic abuse, allegations was coming out and being reported on and Spotify was like, well, we're not going to de platform him. We can't take them off the platform or we won't. We could obviously we won't. But maybe we won't put him on the main playlists or so on and so forth. And I actually haven't checked in. I assume they're doing a similar thing with R. Kelly. But I haven't checked in. I don't know if you go to like a 90s R&B playlist on Spotify. I don't know if you get R. Kelly on there. You do. You do. You do. I mean, they reneged on that policy like within weeks of instituting it. Joe coscarelli and I wrote about this when R. Kelly was on trial in Brooklyn, that if you do poke around, you'll see that R. Kelly is on hundreds of official playlists on all the services. It's not just Spotify. It's Amazon, it's Apple. And most of them are ones that look like, maybe this was generated by a computer. That's just like 90s R&B classics, part one. And it's on there somewhere. But then there are ones where obviously there was some curatorial choice that was made. He's there. Michael Jackson is all over the place as well. And obviously there's like the slippery slope argument that comes in here about if we cut this guy who else do we have to cut? There's a lot of objectionable people out there that have done objectionable things. It just seemed amazing to me because with R. Kelly you would think that like the threshold had been reached. Like whatever doubt you may have had as a platform about, what does somebody have to do to get yanked from our service? Well, maybe convicted by a jury in a federal sex trafficking case. Maybe that would have been it, but it's not. It's not. Okay, there's a next wave, which is that there are a number of artists who start talking on Twitter and say, yeah, yeah, yeah, or roguish smoking, whatever. Can we actually talk about the real problem with Spotify, which is Spotify pays me literally half of a moist post it note for every hundred plays that a song of mine gets. Spotify dedicates a star in the galaxy to me for every time someone plays a song. And people say, you know what, you could talk about Joe Rogan. That's a separate business. That's how they're gonna that's a lucrative business for them that has nothing to do with me. What does have something to do with me is Spotify built the opportunity to create this lucrative business on the back of paying me books..

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"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

"Has an exclusive deal with Joe Rogan, who is an extremely popular podcaster. He had been huge on YouTube before they signed a deal with them two years ago. It was reportedly worth a $100 million. I've never seen that confirm, but I don't doubt that that's true or that the number is about that. And Joe Rogan, you know, he's a comedian. And he has these long probing podcasts where he happily presents himself as just a regular dude. I ask him questions. He's just asking questions. Just asking questions here. I find the style appealing, and he's had lots of people on, but especially during the pandemic. He's had a number of people on that are on the fringes of the debate. He's had people like Alex berenson, former New York Times reporter who has been writing a lot criticizing the sort of mainstream narrative about the pandemic and the vaccines. And on December 31st, he had a guest on named doctor Robert Malone, who is a Doctor Who I can't vouch for all of the credentials that he says he has, but that he is one of the people who developed the science behind the mRNA vaccines, claims he has patents. I assume it's true, but I don't know. But he has he said all sorts of outrageous things on his episode. He claimed that people were hypnotized into getting the vaccines. He if you listen to the episode, part of it is quite interesting. He got thrown off Twitter. And so Rogan is asking him, you know, like, what did you do to get thrown off Twitter? And he's essentially saying, you know, I'm talking about stuff that the people in charge don't want me to talk about. And that the media doesn't want us to talk about. And that it's been so frustrating to be someone in the medical field during the pandemic who has any kind of problem with the mainstream as presented because if you counter it at all your labeled lunatic and a threat to public health and anti vaxxer, et cetera, and he claims, you know, I'm none of the above. I'm just somebody who doesn't believe everything that we've been told. And you know, some of that kind of thing is appealing up to a point. He goes into the episode to claim that hospitals have a financial incentive for attributing deaths to COVID that may not actually be caused by COVID. Various other things goes on and on. Things that are at the bare minimum disputable. They're disputable and I think part of what caught people's attention about it is that Joe Rogan didn't really dispute it. He seems like a very encouraging host. He wants that, you know, that kind of like crunchy counter narrative there..

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"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Popcast

"The episode you're going to hear was recorded Friday, the fourth. And I wanted to record this episode about the Rogan Spotify Neil Young, India arie, et cetera as late as possible to get all the news. But this past weekend turned out to have quite a significant series of events in the Rogan and Spotify tensions. So before I hand you off to three days ago, John hosting podcast, just a little bit of detail about what has happened since we taped. If you've been following what's been going on between Joe Rogan and Spotify, you know that Rogan was lamb basted for promoting vaccine disinformation and COVID disinformation and also old clips of him using a racial slur, had been recirculating. I will say it seems that Spotify is more concerned about the latter than the former Rogan took to Instagram this past weekend to issue a rather long spoken apology and a mea culpa he owned up to it, I guess, is what you can say. And also more than 100 episodes back episodes of the Joe Rogan experience, I have now been removed from Spotify, presumably, any of those episodes that included that kind of language and also potentially, if you look at the list of guests, some fringe ear right wing provocateur figures, potentially some COVID related stuff. So Spotify, either did not take a close look prior to onboarding the Joe Rogan experience, exclusively, did not take a close listen to those old episodes, or ad listened to them and sort of hoped nobody would raise a complaint. Whichever the case, there are now, I believe it is a 113 episodes that are no longer available on Spotify. Now there are a lot of questions, Daniel ek, who is the head of Spotify. They had to give a town hall and release statements, and he has been clear that the things that Joe Rogan has been accused of and criticized for are not acceptable. He does not personally find them tasteful. He does not find them consistent with Spotify, brand, morality value, whatever that might be. That's number one. However, Spotify is a big, publicly traded company, the prime directive is the most important and what Daniel X said effectively is our goal is to be the biggest audio player and what that means is that there's going to be some stuff that I or you the employee or potentially some listeners, some subscribers might find distasteful, and we're just going to have to rock with that. That's the essence of what Daniel accent. He also said, Spotify is going to give a $100 million, the same amount that Joe Rogan reportedly earned for his occlusive deal to underrepresented voices in podcasting as some kind of carbon offset, I suppose, to the juror organ experience. That's everything that's happened up until now Monday.

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"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:16 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I don't need you guys. And by the way, you know, people say, well, Charlie, he wants that $100 million. I know this might sound silly. That's not a lot of money considering how big he is. He's way bigger than a $100 million. At this point now, after the COVID stuff after this, he's a multi-billion dollar brand. And some people say, well, Joe Rogan wants to be mainstream. If he wanted to be mainstream, he should have stopped the whole like smoke and weed with Elon Musk thing or swearing every other word. Joe Rogan being mainstream. He's got to choose is what I'm saying. Joe Rogan can either tell the truth or he could be on CNN. It's really that simple. And he rates higher numbers than every other media outlet and some of you might be saying Charlie, I don't get the fixation on Joe Rogan. Your kids and grandkids get their news from Joe Rogan. He is the most powerful communicator of this entire generation, bar none. And we don't even know the entirety of his influence, by the way. Because there's clips and people watch them in groups, and there's all sorts of different cuts and downstream effects. He is one of the most effective overton window shifter shifters ever that we have. To give an idea how powerful Joe Rogan is, when Joe Rogan has a guest on his show that mentions a documentary, it becomes top 5 on Netflix of all shows. I want to say that again, if Joe Rogan's guest even mentions a documentary, or mentions a movie, it becomes top 5 and all the Netflix shows. We're 9 months out from the midterms, and the globalist regime is losing the narrative war. Of course they want him canceled. So Joe Rogan wants to be respected by the mainstream. Whatever that even means anymore. But I think deep down Joe Rogan has a deeper yearning and desire to tell the truth. Joe Rogan is victim to selective outrage. That Eminem a white rapper can use the N word in his songs or Gwyneth Paltrow or Madonna can use it, but Joe Rogan can't use it. Not even as a pejorative, not even in a sentence, but quoting other people. And by the way, let's just make one other point. Joe Rogan is a legitimately talented stand up comedian. Comedians have always been exempt or used to be exempt to the traditional rules of policing speech. George Carlin? I don't even know if he'd be allowed to have a career anymore. Then another one they said is like, oh, Joe Rogan was making fun of Nazi salutes. You ever see Seinfeld? Jerry Seinfeld had a whole episode on the half pile of a full heil. And he's a Jew. And Jerry Seinfeld did that a network television on NBC Jerry Seinfeld did that. You ever see diversity day with Michael Scott? In the office? You want to talk about politically incorrect? Joe Rogan should go to rumble dot com immediately..

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"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"But now Joe Rogan is under massive threat of cancellation because videos are coming up now. Let me be very clear. Context matters a lot here. Do you know Joe Biden actually used the N word multiple times in a Senate hearing? So now they're using these clips against Joe Rogan as an attempt to try to destroy his career and destroy his platform. Joe Rogan did not use this as a pejorative. He used it by quoting other people. Now, should he have done it? No, he shouldn't. But when Joe Biden uses it, why aren't we calling for impeachment for Joe Biden? It's an old clip. Shouldn't he have known better play cut three? Patient that important legislatures in legislators and defeating the Nunez plan in the basement said quote, we already have another man. We don't need any more big shots in the court cited evidence of discriminatory intent on the part of other legislators, including the representative who testified at the court hearing. So that's Joe Biden quoting somebody else who said it. The same thing that Joe Rogan did. And they say, oh no, no context matters. Joe Rogan wasn't doing that. That's exactly what Joe Rogan was doing. Now some people say, well, Jay-Z is black so he can see it. I'm not gonna get into that today. That's a very loaded topic. I'm just curious how that ever got to be the case. If you go into any college dormitory, and you say, hey, what is NWA stand for? 80% of the upper middle class kids that grew up in suburban America would know exactly what it stood for and they would say it. And I won't say it on air, obviously. So Joe Rogan is now being held to this new kind of regime standard of trying to restrict freedom of information, freedom of speech, freedom of inquiry because they say, we don't like him because of all these

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"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The Supreme Court, Alexander Hamilton called it the least dangerous branch. It's justices were to uphold the constitution to be above politics. Now, that legacy is being tarnished by secret money from liberals, the president and the Senate were bankrolled by arabella advisers network, a record amount of dark money over a billion, put them in office, so they'll put up an arabella judge, a liberal activist, a Biden rubber stamp. A huge sum, a huge payback. Hey everybody, say that Charlie Kirk show, what are we supposed to make a Joe Rogan? Well, Joe Rogan should apologize to no one. And we dive into detail why that's the case. Email us your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. And if you want to get involved at turning point USA, the nation's largest multi generation educational movement to reclaim the country go to TPUSA dot com. You guys can donate there. You guys can go to the professor watch list, the school board watch list. You guys can do all sorts of different things at TP USA dot com. Start a high school or college chapter today at TP USA dot com that's TP USA dot com. Check it out today. If you want to email me directly, you guys can do it at freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. If you want to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast, make sure you are subscribed. Everyone make sure you're subscribed. Charlie Kirk show hit subscribe and get your friends to do the same. Joe Rogan owes an apology to no one buckle up. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's run in The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage for personalized loan services you can count on, go to Andrew and Todd dot com, the wonderful Andrew and Todd dot com. To this weekend, all of a sudden we decided to get really outraged over something that Joe Rogan said over the last 12 years of conversation. So Joe Rogan has been the centerpiece of kind of getting the word out around Ivermectin and early treatment, he hosts the doctor Robert Malone doctor Peter McCullough and he had the courage and the platform to be able to change the overton window on the public's perception of our immoral response to the COVID-19 pandemic or the Fauci virus pandemic. So because of this, there have been multiple attempts to try and cancel Joe Rogan. The first of which came around the actual heart of the issue, which was whether or not Joe Rogan should be allowed to have a podcast while smoking weed and talking about aliens with celebrities when it came to even mentioning early treatments or having doctors on to speak about it. So Joe Rogan has said this actually probably more than anyone else has covered Joe Rogan that I have never defended everything Joe Rogan has ever done or said, especially the drug use and the profanity. I don't like it. We've made that very clear on this program. In fact, I think Connor, we've probably made that more clear than almost anybody else. And so now all of a sudden, the world has decided to get outraged about Joe Rogan, continuing from the quote unquote disinformation he was spreading, which is actually anything but that, it was empowering information. Where they were recirculating tapes of Joe Rogan using the N word. Now it's a disgusting word, no one should use the word. Even though Jay-Z is allowed to use it and has 810 million streams on Spotify using the word, you should not use that word. No person should use that word. I don't like the word. I'm not going to get into why that why it is the case, but it's a disgusting word that is something that people should not say. I think no one should say it, let alone white people shouldn't say it. However, Joe Rogan wasn't using it as a pejorative. Joe Rogan was using it by quoting Alvin titles. He was using it by quoting rap lyrics, so if you watch Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino has that word all over the movie. Paris Hilton has used it. Madonna has used it. Friedrich Nietzsche famously said that every civilization has a central piety that you can not violate. A thing you can not make fun of. And in the west, where we are today, that one thing is this word. It is the N word. You are not allowed to use it. Now, it's hilarious is that many of the, let's say self righteous beta males on Twitter that are getting so upset about Joe Rogan using the N word, I guarantee you when they were 1516 or 17 years old, acting like a tough guy going to their public high school used to quote Kanye West or Jay-Z using the N word and all the rap songs. This is something that suburban parents have got to wake up to, that every especially if you have young men that are your kids, that they think they're being all tough by quoting all of this rap music and using the N word and all of that. They shouldn't do its disgusting, it's awful. I don't like it, but it's true. It happens. But now Joe Rogan is under massive threat of cancellation because videos are coming up now. Let me be very clear. Context matters a lot.

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"rogan" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

03:12 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Science Vs

"We had been busily working on other episodes for our new season. But then quickly shifted gears because of Joe Rogan host of the most listened to podcasts on Spotify, being accused of being a public health menace for repeatedly promoting falsehoods about COVID-19 on his show. Now, if you miss this, perhaps too busy watching the Australian open. Destiny is fulfilled. Anyway, if you're out of the loop, here's the hot tea. Joe Rogan is an incredibly popular podcaster. It's been reported by a bunch of news outlets that millions of people listen to his show. And back in December, he aired this interview with a guy called doctor Robert Malone. Now, Malone did some early fundamental research with mRNA. But since then, he's become famous for getting kicked off Twitter after some say he spread misinformation about the vaccines. Now, in this interview with Joe Rogan, Malone did make the COVID vaccines look bad. He talked about scary side effects, seemed to suggest that boosters could increase your risk of getting COVID, implied the vaccines are risk to our fertility. And that's kind of the tip of the iceberg. Scientists were so up in arms about this interview that hundreds of nerds sent a letter to Spotify, calling on them to do something here. Why Spotify? Well, Joe Rogan has an exclusive deal with them. So you can only listen to his show on Spotify. Some artists have demanded their music be taken off the platform. And now to an upheaval in music streaming, legendary singer songwriter Neil Young is pulling his music from Spotify. Now, Spotify did some stuff like releasing its platform rules. But soon after, even The White House commented, saying tech companies should do more to ensure the American people have access to accurate information on something as significant as COVID-19, that certainly includes Spotify. And it's all quite awkward. Because she says, spot a fly? Spotify. And it's even more awkward, because science versus this show is owned by Spotify. And for the past few months, I've been encouraging you all to join up to Spotify. So, I'm feeling like a bit of a jump here. Which brings us to today. We are going to dig into what Malone and Rogan actually talked about on Rogan's show. And we're going to take a close look at the science and also the bigger picture here. Because we are going to walk you through the ways that misleading claims can confuse us. Into believing stuff that doesn't line up with the best science we've got. Now, as always, if you want to look at any of the evidence that we talk about on this show, we have a transcript that's full of citations. Receipts for everything we say. There's a link in the show notes. So when it comes to misinformation, there's a lot of it flying around. Spotify. So get out your fly's waters. 'cause then, there's science. Science fest is Joe Rogan is.

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"rogan" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Your audience is leaning white male, which I think Joe Rogan is, I think that's particularly true. Searching for self worth and value and maybe if you're leading right, you're maybe feeling a little attacked and Joe's, you can do it sort of ethos. There's a great version of that that's just very pull yourself by your bootstraps, you can do anything be ambitious. Be curious, fill your brain, learn things, try stuff, that's great. Those are the reasons why Joe's as big as he is. It's not because he's a hatemonger. It's because he's very positive. And that's very compelling and persuasive. But it tips dark. Unless you're talking to someone who is like 100% African from the darkest place where they're not wearing any clothes all day, and they've developed all that melanin to protect themselves from the sun, you know, even the term black is weird. And I've heard this defense from him that he's just a regular guy. He's just a comedian asking questions. But the truth is that he's no longer just a regular guy. He is no longer just a comedian asking questions. I'm a fucking comedian in a cage fighting commentator. When people are coming to me, this is the source where you go for unbiased representations of what's going on in the world. That's crazy. Yeah, he's got a platform of millions and millions of people, and he knows that people listen to him. They respect his authority. They think he knows things. They respect the fact that he interviews quote unquote experts, and so he gives these people the veneer the perimeter of being worse three hours of Joe Rogan's time and so well shouldn't you listen to someone who's worth three hours of Joe Rogan's time? And that kind of conference of authority it doesn't matter that he's just a comedian. He's lending credibility to the people that he's interviewing. And this is the excuse that Jon Stewart used to make. When people would criticize him and be like, I'm not a politician. I'm just a comedian making dumb jokes. The show that leads into me is puppets making crank phone calls. It's one thing to play comedian when you're making a bad joke or maybe offending someone, but what does being a comedian have to do with spreading misinformation about a pandemic? It's just as bad to spread lies when you're a comedian, but not funny lies. Do we know what Joe Rogan really believes? You know, he's very outspoken on a lot of issues. I mean, I think you would sort of describe him almost as a pretty classic libertarian. He recently moved to Austin, which he adores. But I'm enjoying Austin. So I love it. It's great. It's dope city. He should be the head of the Austin travel board. He's so enthusiastic about Austin and Texas in a big part of it is the commitment to personal liberty that Texas is famous for. He's a big fan of personal liberty. At the same time, you know, he's pro universal healthcare. He says that he was pro Bernie Sanders. But now that he's struck out into the COVID lands, it's cast him into a universe that only the Trump guys are living in. And I think even he's sensing that. The extent that he's apologizing for this, I think can be read in a bunch of ways. First of all, I genuinely don't think that he wants to be that guy. I don't think that Joe Rogan likes to be thought of as a purveyor of misinformation. I think he likes to think of himself as really curious and someone who's sharing a lot of really good information with people, but also he doesn't want to be associated with the Trump, right? That's not his crew. That's not his gang. And I do think at a certain point over the last 24 48 hours he's probably been getting some pressure from Spotify. Because this has been getting rough. I mean, there's some estimates that Spotify lost something like two billion dollars in market value last week over this controversy and the sort of cancel Spotify hashtag movement that ensued. Do you think this is something that might lead this modern day profit of sorts to reconsider his approach to just being that curious dude who asked questions when some of the people he might be asking those questions of, might be spreading some harmful information. Yeah, I hope it does cause him to take some real steps toward fact checking, being careful with the guests that he chooses and even his own opinions. That being said, we're grown adults, and the final responsibility for parsing information lies with each of us. We can expect Joe Rogan to do better, but one thing I came away from my weeks of immersion in all of this noise that Joe Rogan is barfing out at the universe is that fundamentally, we're going to have to make the choices about what we listen to and what we don't listen to. And Joe Rogan is a comedian. His podcast is an entertainment podcast. You should not be listening to it. For deep, medical advice about how to handle COVID. You just shouldn't. And he shouldn't be held to that standard, because that's not what he is aspiring to. He just shouldn't be actively spreading misinformation. And if he's going to take a step in that direction, that's great. And, you know, maybe Neil Young will come back. But I did notice a friend of mine sent me something very funny, which was a screen grab from Apple music of their homepage saying get caught up.

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"rogan" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"rogan" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Up rules. It is a long story short year. And how does Spotify respond to this Neil Young Joni Mitchell? Obviously two extremely high profile musicians pulling their music. Do they publicly address that? On Sunday. So days later, Spotify, CEO, Daniel eck, publishes a press release that says, we are not going to take things out that don't break our rules. We believe in free speech or something like that, basically. And then they publish the rules. Spotify also said it would put an advisory on any podcast content that talks about COVID-19. This is similar to what we've seen on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, like those little boxes that they link out to like information from the CDC or something. I don't know if this satisfies people, because I think that core issue people have. It's a little bit of Joe Rogan, yes, but it's more that Spotify specifically is paying a $100 million to Joe Rogan is publishing his stuff and therefore has an editorial responsibility to make sure what he says is factual correct and not hurting the public. That, I think, is the court issue of what people are talking about. And this press release, this update does not change that fact at all. Today, Rogan could publish and Spotify still monetizing that podcast is still paying him a $100 million. So nothing has changed, ultimately. How's Joe Rogan responding to all this? So Rogan issued a video 9 minute video on Sunday evening on Instagram. Hello, Friends. I wanted to make a video to address some of the controversy that's been going on over the past few days. And 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. Where he basically, you know, says I'm a podcaster. I don't want to hurt anybody. I want to be friends with everyone. I'm just asking questions and doing my job as a podcaster, which is to have discussions. These podcasts are very strange because they're just conversations and often times I have no idea what I'm going to talk about until I sit down and talk to people and that's why some of my ideas are not that prepared or fleshed out because I'm literally having them in real time. But I do my best. And they're just conversations and I think that's also the appeal of the show. It's one of the things that makes it interesting. He mentions that he thinks he could maybe have on some of these more controversial guests, but then in the following episode, bring on someone from the CDC or more mainstream science to talk.

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"rogan" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Young Turks

"A direct telemedicine consultation through speak with an md is listed. Just fifty nine ninety nine thirty dollars difference so already just by you. Know referring people to america's frontline doctors that group of kooks including the sperm demon doctor. By the way okay the sperm demon doctor is part of this group. So i mean this is really persuasive stuff. Definitely amina's ethylene take the You know parasitic infection drug for covert nineteen sperm demon. Dr totally knows what's up. They're already making money off of just referring people to a telemedicine website but it gets worse than that. They find other ways to make money. So the founder of america's frontline doctors woman named simone gold. she was arrested for participating in the january six riots in the capital abbott. They sent emails to supporters requesting their urgent generous donations to withstand such aggressive assaults from the ruthless enemies of free speech and they raised four hundred thousand dollars from gold's legal defense. America's frontline doctors built a slick website. Whose domain was bought by tea party patriots and an email list of loyal followers whom they urged to make donations and gold herself by the way. sells tickets. Where people can meet her. She does these. Rv tours in the spring of two thousand twenty one. The group announced a national rv tour which sold vip tickets for a meet and greet with gold for one thousand dollars. No but look to be fair. Rogan makes a super persuasive case for taking the parasitic metaph medication for covert but throw the kitchen sink at it okay You know you might not have access to monoclonal. Antibodies that treatment but whatever doesn't matter Don't get the vaccine. Apparently and instead risk getting sick and hospitalized with vid which wouldn't be much of a problem for joe rogan because if the hospital bills him thirty eight thousand dollars. He's going to be fine caper real. The average cost of a hospital. Stay.

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"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Of cova dot crimes there and the the story that i want to get to that. I think exposes this regime is what happened with joe rogan. Now many of you know who. Joe rogan is a joe. Rogan is the number one podcast or on the planet. He's so big that he was able to leave where most podcasts are actually distributed on apple. Podcasts get one hundred million dollar deal go to spotify. Still maintain a massive platform. Be able to gather attention and change the news at almost any anything he says. We'll get major attention to news. And so joe. Rogan came out and said that he got cove it now. I just want to say this. It seems that at least in my immediate circle that this round of cova is much more vicious and it's taken people longer to recover from the reason for that people have a lot of different theories for Dr merit has a theory. Dr rose as i'm not going to venture into that because we're going to stay in our lane but i will say this at least in my own personal social circle people that are getting the chinese current virus. This go around. They seem to be bedridden for two weeks. So joe rogan comes down with the chinese corona virus now. I wanted to give some background. Joe rogan is a free speech. Crusader joe rogan has been willing to have conversations around ivermectin and the chinese corona virus was no other platform has been willing to have so joe rogan for years had has had the weinstein brothers on his podcast. I listen to the joe rogan podcast. I agree with him on very little when it comes to social conservative policy. I obviously disagree with him on drug policy and other things but think he's really interesting. He's super entertaining and really fair. And he's hilarious. Egypt is and he's one of the best interviewers. I've ever seen as ours. How he's able to ask questions and how he's able to get his guest to be interesting and insightful. And there's there's some joe rogan episode. That i think are just objectively beautiful. I mean if you look at joe rogan interview alex jones. It's one of the funniest things human being could possibly ever see. I can't wait for media matters to write that one. But yes it's very funny. When joe rogan interviews people. He's interviewed the weinstein brothers for a couple of years. Now the weinstein brothers. Eric and brett weinstein and eric weinstein is was kind of worked for peter thiel for a couple years in brett weinstein was kind of the center character at the evergreen state university scandal when he has very liberal white man was told he had to take a day off of teaching because he was a white person because they said white people are not allowed on campus. He thought this was racist and it turned into a huge controversy. Will brett weinstein is an evolutionary biologists. And for those of you that follow this show very closely. We played his tape on the program back in july and august where he called a time out and he said listen. I think i've discovered something when it comes to these vaccines that no one else is talking about. It was around the spike protein. Two to three and a half hour. Podcast with dr robert malone and joe rogan talked about this and then brett weinstein went on tucker carlson show tucker carlson today and brett weinstein started to talk about ivermectin. He started to talk about an antiviral treatment that won a nobel prize for humans. By the way. And all of a sudden joe rogan stocked. Started talking about ivermectin. Now this got some attention on. Joe rogan podcast. But what has just broke. The internet over. The last couple of days is joe rogan himself. Got the virus and he made this video play tape got up in the morning got tested and turns out. I got cova so we immediately through the kitchen. Sink out all kinds of meds monoclonal. Antibodies ivermectin z. Pack and. so here. We are on wednesday and i feel great. I really only had one bad day. Sunday sucked but monday was better. Tuesday fell better than monday. And today i feel good now. This is a really important thing. Do you notice. He mentions like five or six different things. Do you notice. It wasn't just ivermectin. But he said we threw everything we possibly could at it. And i felt good. I feel good. I'm fine. I turn the corner as soon as he posted that video. The medical regime in charge of our country lost their mind. He was trending on twitter. People were wishing for his death. Weren't they entered. It was pretty sick stuff. I mean we talked about it. On friday it was ghastly. I think would be would be a proper description to see a guy that's basically saying. Hey i had cove it. And now i feel better because i treat it with medicine and i got there early. Which by the way is from every indication the key to beating cope. It is to treat it early and then for them to say. Joe rogan has cove it like. It was doomsday. You could almost hope you could see them hoping. But actually his videos that i had it past tense well fixed and where he was highlighting out of the whole list which made them lose. Their mind was ivermectin. When he mentioned ivermectin the masters of the universe they did a full court press. They flooded the zone this. You're not allowed to say that. You see what joe rogan might have exposed through his free speech platform. Getting cove himself is a- vulnerability in this current regime. You see ivermectin takes power away from the masters. Here's a question i want to ask you. As we head through this hour has anything that fao cheesy and death sick and we're gonna get sick and any of these people told you over the last year and a half.

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"rogan" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Love is obviously the most alpha and ab. you're leaning like borough. How bad does it go again like that at that ankle beta for life from alpha's fuck boy. So we're one from today do we have it. Oh yeah so we we. We took a photo today to assess our alvarez. I think we all did pretty good here is so we all been working on our office stance and unfortunately everyone but salmon. Ab failed in that. Lena navy it's so beta bro. I look at you though. She's a killer out he's he can't lean and he's too big but we're going to fall like dominoes. He can't lean okay. I'm just two alpha for all. Let's look we got so much to do here okay. we've got a lobbying a test. We talked about last. We have to get to joe rogan being a giant ding dong. I rage baited all the joe rogan Fans title of this episode is called. Yeah rogan hypocrite sued. Believe it. i'm not giving that guy any passes. Did you know Here we got some great tick talks. You wanna watch yeah. This one is really good. Really good olives. She farted in fact. Is she more distraught about the farting or the falling. Hard to tell..

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"rogan" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on The Gargle

"A glass of water breaking news which in the context of a glossy magazine i assume is a piece of paper stapled in to the magazine breaking news. Joe rogan has come out on instagram to say that he has corona virus. Joe rogan famously. Having said that massive a- pussies and perhaps the current virus can be fended off by having a good immune system as announced on on his on his instagram that he is treating his corona virus with a combination of prednisone steroids ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies. Which is the highest tech thing. You can get combined with the thing that people say you should definitely definitely definitely not us because has zero data about it and all the data that has been put out about it has been debunked fairly thoroughly james kelly. Have you been following this story. I have i was again. I was shocked to my call. How did a man whose job it is to sit in a small room. Exactly opposite the is freaks he can possibly find hours just spinning into each other's face catch covert. I don't get how this happened. I did find it very interesting. I've been i've been following the ivermectin story quite sub detail. It's would as you mentioned. Studies being removed for just the level of doj dada like one of the studies that was debunked take away because part of their daughter included someone who left hospital according to the data on the thirty first of june which is a date that is not real and has never happened. Which it's like even if you try to fake dada pick a day that exists at least come. I don't understand being mad at joe rogan fitness. Because he saying he'll take ivermectin. But i don't think we can rule out the possibility that joe rogan just also has words that is a separate metal he has co..

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"rogan" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Week show. Martin speeds mutt rogan. Author of house. Book reboot off future after the purchase. Trial sixty five. Athletes have been selected to take at least mccolgan breaks. Pool is five thousand meter british record. Beth pasco wins the western states. One hundred in really tough conditions as new wainwright's record and training to his own about racing around you embarrassed and training. Hey muscian how ya. Hello holy moronic. Thank you because actually marine cards. No cough pain as a result. I just said he denies martin house. Like what you're doing. As i thought you went for one car. Pro club cigarette. Well i'm like fury you know you know that time when you've been had it had a few little nickel for a long time and you think is it is it is and this last week of just had a few runs. Rav like not completely not felt it so not been guarded. Have not been protecting in. You know when you've been running and then you protect something so will try a couple of runs right rijeka tweaked. The just tweak. The intensity bit yeah So i've done that on a on a couple of runs Put in started off doing that. Just gently on some three mile. Royal flushes where like each mile just gently jan gently gently salty signing yes. Start at five forty five pace No i started like cut seven-minute modeling also which has been my upper limit while of had to cough that protection of the cost. That's been upper limit. Now the pain now. i'm not feeling it. I'm like i k. If i start at that point nagai quick when i i know that went on running i k can stop to run the six minute mining. But that there's a there's a time it takes to get from like seventy mile into six-minute mining and then that the six minutes kind of five forty five minute meiling efforts that i'm not at that point yet and the reason i know that is gonna do a three mile or full mile. Run at that. If i'm if i'm incriminating that i struggle when hit iran Six fifteen point Like it's a struggle to maintain it for a mile. Even if i'm only running three miles have 'em do do anything to help to cough like compression socks. Okay take your cough all get any treatment or anything like that. I didn't say anything to say. I know think state runner no is the answer to that no tend to rely. No is the answer. Just hey i just rest it. it's okay. I just like it'll go. It always does you know but is this. Is it something. Is it like achilles heel thing. Is it something that's always played you cough problem or is it says in the last year or.

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"rogan" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"In his words old as fuck before its administration was temporarily halted in the segment. Rogan doesn't ever really admit he was wrong and talks around the the main issue even out worldly healthy people should begin vaccinated for their own and for those around them. And no matter. How many times rogan Disavows the influence he has on his millions of listeners. His off the cuff comment certainly have an effect even if as he puts again. I'm not a doctor. i'm. I'm a fucking moron as he puts it up way. See people by joe. Rogan is really. Don't really know what what they're talking about here. And i have to say that this is just flat out dumb of what he said in. I stay dumb because he's no doctor either. He's a park caster. The doesn't know any better. So i do have another joe rogan story that will light it so about but i i'm give him a buzz of finish it right about now. Hold on a second folks..

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"rogan" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"rogan" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Are targeting these steam. Engine locomotives coast to coast and most famous person involved in these robberies as a young troll. Outlaw called milo rogin end. His rebellious band called the pirates of pelita trains. Aren't there only targets. The are involved in everything from bank robberies to skyjackings. Milo rogin was a small troll identifiable by his sun dried tomato red hair piercing blue eyes and divide grin showing off a golden tooth. The simeon like outlaw is a bold adventurer he may look and sound quite ordinary but underlying that is a constant desire to question authority and go against the status quo. His unique wide brimmed cowboy hat always covered his face in shadow and he was typically seen in a trench coat. These characteristics will be important later on. She been law enforcement. Wardens are highly dedicated to bringing these out loss to justice the installed train officers to protect the passengers and increase bank security yellow cloak. Wardens are also called upon to patrol the skies every one of rogan's pirates are caught except for their leader. Milo rugen himself on taro's six teen especial posse of wardens corners milo rogin after a doubt between them and the outlaw rogin is declared dead by killing curse is burned in pyre and she'd been authorities are happy to put milo rogan's reign of terror behind them once and for all but one year later on tariff sixteenth. A new crop of robberies matching milo rogan's tactics begin witnesses on trains and bank tellers. Describe the leader of the robberies identical to milo rogan with his sun dried tomato red hair and trademark trenchcoat. Did he have a twin. Was he using neutral milk during the shootout to transform someone else into his copy at someone used his dna to brew neutral milk. To look like him. She been thirties. Dedicated to investigating every lead in the case but just as quickly as these new robberies have appeared they stop all went once more as nobody reports any robberies or sightings of my low rogan but in the following year again on taro sixteenth. Twelve more bank robberies occur it steadily becomes apparent that milo rogin discovered a magical means to get his life on taro's sixteen he rises from the dead to wreak more havoc in the sheep. A union how is he do eat. What is really responsible for this incredible magical feet before his death. Milo rogan found the elusive resurrection stone. He had this on his person when he was in the shootout his death was not the result of a killing curse instead. Milo rogan died as a result of triggering. The resurrection stone incredible powers to suck his spirit inside. Its glittering sapphire shape. The resurrection stone is the very seem sapphire. Chavez site gem found on aries twenty fifth listened to that episode that i released on april fourteenth for more on how it was discovered the sapphire chap i gem is the only one of its kind evil to retain a person's so and consciousness such that it can magically bring a person back to life for twelve days every tarisa sixteenth this half hour tab site. Resurrection stone causes milo rogan's body to reform the stone itself can only hold twelve souls and my low rogin one of them. After the twelve day period e disappears back into the stone. The only way to stop as by killing milo rogin again or destroying the stone. Wardens are never able to locate the resurrection stone. Milo rogan has hidden deep within a cave. Were only he can access it. Other souls are trapped within the resurrection stone as well and tied to the same fate as him. Heroes and villains throughout history have their scattered lives tied to this one incredible sapphire chavez site. Jim that's going to do it for us today. Tune in tomorrow for the story of a breakout from a wizard prison. Subscribe now to get more new episode right in your feed rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcast. Send your questions. To archives of sabella at gmail.com archives of abella is created produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks are available on amazon in e book and peter back as always look outside of what is possible and think about what might be..

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