Joe Rogan’s “The Rogan Experience” is the most listened-to podcast in America. He has the kind of ratings on Spotify that CNN can only dream about. For years, millions of Rogan fans have enjoyed listening to the curious host interview a variety of guests with different backgrounds and a wide range of opinions.  Everything was going along swimmingly until Joe Rogan began to talk about the CCP virus. When the top-rated podcaster announced he had COVID and dared to step outside of the government-mandated talking points permiter, the leftist mob immediately went into cancel mode. But it was Rogan’s interview with Dr. Robert Malone, where he explained how the government’s response to COVID is causing “mass psychosis formation” that infuriated the Left.

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Aging rocker Neil Young was the first celebrity to demand the UFC color commentator be removed from Spotify, or he would pull all of his music from the platform. Spotify accepted the challenge by Neil Young and removed his music from their platform.

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Rogan apologized for using the “n” word on his show over the past 12 years. In his apology, Rogan explains that the compilation of clips someone put together of his podcasts over the past 12 years showing him using the “n” word was even disturbing to him.

“I used to say it if [I was talking about] a Richard Pryor bit or something, I would say it in context,” Rogan said. “Somebody made a compilation of every time I said that word over 14 years, and they put it on YouTube, and it turned out that was racist as f—. Even to me! I’m me, and I’m watching it saying, ‘Stop saying it!’ I put my cursor over the video, and I’m like, ‘Four more minutes?!’”

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Yesterday, when Rogan didn’t show up to a UFC fight to do the color commentating over an alleged “scheduling conflict,” UFC Champion UFC middleweight fighter Israel Adesanya, who happened to be sitting next to another fighter who was asked about the Joe Rogan “n” word video, jumped in to respond.

MMA Junkie reported on Adesanya’s defense of Joe Rogan:

“First off, let me take this one,” Adesanya said. “Hold up. I’m Black. I can take this one. Look, there’s a lot of c*nts in this game. There are a lot of snakes in this game. I’ve been in this fight game since 2008. Joe Rogan is one of the nicest, coolest, humble motherf*ckers I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Understand that!”

“F*ck the noise. You know what they’re trying to do. You can’t control the man. He’s got the biggest platform in the world right now. That’s my n*gga Joe Rogan. F*ck the noise. … Just keep doing you, Joe. Have some mushrooms. Keep doing you!” Adesanya said.

White liberals were asked about the Joe Rogan controversy surrounding the compilation of him using the “n” word over 12 years. Black Americans were also asked if they cared about the video.

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