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Joe Rogan Denies Spreading Covid-19 Misinformation On His Podcast

Joe Rogan posted a video denying that he has been spreading fake news about the vaccine and the pandemic.

He posted a video on Instagram.

"I wanted to hear what their opinion is. I had them on, and those episodes, in particular, were labeled as being "dangerous"..."dangerous misinformation in them." The problem I have with the term "misinformation," especially today, is that many of the things we thought of as "misinformation," just a short awhile ago, are now accepted as fact, For instance, eight months ago if you said, "if you get vaccinated you can still catch COVID, and you can still spread COVID," you would be removed from social media, they would ban you from certain platforms," he said.

"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 and repeatedly stated on CNN. If you said, "I think it's possible that COVDI-19 came from a lab," you would be banned from many social media platforms. Now, it's on the cover of Newsweek. All of those theories that at one point in time were banned were openly discussed by the two men I had on my podcast."

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