Famous podcast host Joe Rogan slammed former CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter in a hilarious segment of a recent episode. Rogan slammed the journalist, stating “he’s basically a prostitute”. The episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” featured journalist Matt Taibbi who has been one of the individuals Elon Musk selected to report on the famous Twitter Files series.
Rogan and Taibbi were discussing the World Economic Forum when they brought up Brian Stelter who has become involved with the global organization. Rogan did not hold back in roasting the now-fired CNN correspondent, repeatedly using a mocking voice to portray Stelter. See a video posted to Twitter of the segment below.
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Joe Rogan starts by saying in a squeaky, high pitched, mocking voice, “Brian Stelter is now at the World Economic Forum, what can we do about these problems?” Taibbi responded, “He looked very comfortable there.” Rogan hit back, “Of course he does. He’s with evil lizard people that are trying to control the world. That’s his bosses, he knows how to handle that kind of situation.” Bringing the mocking voice back out, Joe said, “I’ve been around these evil lizard people.” Taibbi said, “He looked, he looked as happy as maybe he’s ever been.” Joe responded, “Well, he’s probably very excited just to be working again, in any way, shape, or form.”
“You know, and he’s not a guy that really is supposed to be in front of a camera, right? He’s supposed to be a journalist, but he’s not even good at that. So he’s, what he’s doing now is holding water for the evil leaders of the world who want to institute hate speech policies nationwide, and, you know, centralized digital currency, and they want everybody to eat bugs, and you will own nothing and be happy. This is the f***ing people he’s working for now. He’s basically a prostitute. And, you know, they hired him to go over there and do that. And he’s like (mocking voice), ‘What can we do? What can we do better? What can we do different to get everybody to stand in line? What can we do?’,” Rogan continued.
“And for a journalist to sit there, there was that one moment where that woman Vera Yoruba, she’s an EU official, and she’s talking about hate speech laws, and then she touches the knee of somebody sitting next to her and saying, ‘you’re gonna have that in America soon’. Yeah. And Brian Stelter is sitting there, grinning,” Taibbi stated. “You know, like, that’s not offensive to him? Like, you’re a European basically saying, ‘oh, yeah, you’re gonna have this too, soon.’ Like, even though it’s completely antithetical to everything that we believe in, in this country like.”
Rogan proclaimed, “Well, I think when you working in a corporate news structure, and you can speak to this better than I can, obviously, but I think when you’re working in an environment where you have editors and people in your ear, and you have producers, and you have narratives that the company’s pushing, and then you have sponsorships that you’re beholden to, it’s very difficult to form any sort of problematic or controversial independent thought and then try to express it publicly. You’re not going to do it. It’s just too scary and sketchy. So when you’re trying to keep that job, and here’s a guy like Brian Stelter, who already lost one of the biggest gigs in all of broadcast news, he was on f***ing CNN. And then you know, here he’s standing there and they’re saying, ‘you you’re gonna have hate speech laws in America’. He’s like, ‘okay, everything’s running smooth.’”
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