The liberal media have become experts when it comes to spinning the narrative they want. And while the Democrats control Washington, nobody in a position of power, like President Joe Biden, will stop them or explain the truth to the American people. That is one of the many reasons Americans loved former President Donald Trump so much. From day one, he pulled back the curtain on the fake news media. But while the media might believe themselves invincible when it comes to repercussions, comedian Joe Rogan recently sat down with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, and let’s just say – Rogan didn’t back down when it came to the lies CNN spins.
For those who might be unaware, Joe Rogan announced last month he had contracted COVID-19, and he was taking the PROPER medicine for it. One of those medicines was ivermectin. Not a week later, CNN ran several articles on how Rogan was taking a horse dewormer instead of proper medicine. While absurd, in the video below, Rogan not only clears the air that a human doctor prescribed it to him, but he also points out the dangers of how easy it is for the media to lie.
Although Rogan doesn’t view himself as a national treasure, he did ask, “If they’re lying about a comedian taking horse medication, what are they telling us about Russia? What are they telling us about Syria?”
As for CNN, it apparently didn’t take too kindly to Rogan bashing their network and calling them blatant liars to his millions of listeners. Especially given that CNN is bleeding viewers as they hit record lows. Still, CNN decided to hold their own interview with Dr. Gupta, featured below, and it is nothing but pure comedy gold watching CNN try to cover their lies.
While both sides continue to fight, it should be noted that according to the FDA, Ivermectin has been approved for use in humans and animals for treating parasites. It hasn’t been fully tested for treatment against COVID-19 symptoms. There has been concern among public health officials of the risk involved if people accidentally took ivermectin for animals. The FDA said, “animal drugs are often highly concentrated because they are used for large animals like horses and cows. Such high doses can be highly toxic in humans.”