Joe Rogan has become the voice of a generation. A comedian and a talk show host, somehow he’s also ended up becoming the voice of freedom of speech—by giving a platform to those who have different views other than the official ‘Covid narrative.’ If and when he makes a mistake, Rogan always apologizes and moves forward. Meanwhile, he always seems to be searching for the truth on a variety of subjects.
Recently, Spotify purged 70 of Rogan’s podcast episodes, after the singer India.Arie posted a compilation video of Rogan using the N-word, repeatedly, over 12 years of his show. Rogan has since apologized, saying it’s the most “regretful and shameful thing” he’s ever had to talk about publicly. Meanwhile, legacy media continues to pile on him, while trying to silence him. Instead of making it about “Covid misinformation,” they’re now making it about race.
In today’s episode, BT and I discuss:
- Why I think Joe Rogan’s apology is a good one
- How talk show hosts have discussed sensitive subjects over the last 50 years—yet Rogan is being attacked for doing the same thing
- How our society has reached a level of messed up values, to where people aren’t allowed to have different opinions
- How cancel culture is setting us back hundreds of years into dictatorships—when people living under tyrants couldn’t say or do the wrong thing, or else they’d be killed (like the Salem witch trials)
- Why canceling someone is the real form of hate speech—it says, “I disagree with you so much, I can’t tolerate you even existing; you should be removed from everything”
- How the presidential museum for Abraham Lincoln shows that racism throughout the ages was much worse than it is today, but today we’re just so ultra-sensitive to it
- The difference between arguing and debate—and why we need to have open, thought-provoking conversations with each other regardless of race, nationality, race, creed, or anything else
Everybody has a skeleton in their closet. People are afraid to say anything, for fear of something resurfacing later.
Good conversations can only happen when people can come together and are able to listen to one another.
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