Although many Americans are still hesitant about the COVID-19 drug, no person has drawn more criticism from the liberal media than podcast giant Joe Rogan. The Biden administration has spent their entire time in the White House trying to push the COVID-19 jab on the American people. The only problem is that even the Democrats can’t deny that the jab doesn’t stop a person from getting or spreading it. Still, they promote it. And taking his doctor’s advice, Rogan decided to try an assortment of medicines, including Ivermectin, to fight the coronavirus. Ultimately beating COVID, new outlets like CNN would completely bash the host, claiming he took horse dewormer.
Having no interest in reporting the fact that Rogan was able to beat COVID-19 using Ivermectin, CNN decided to run their own smear campaign against the host. Not only that, when Rogan first tested positive, he posted a video online updating all his followers. Apparently, CNN took that video, altered it, then posted it online. And by altering, I mean, CNN digitally changed the skin of Rogan to make him look sicker.
Being uploaded by Rogan himself on Instagram, the podcaster would label CNN as yellow journalism as he continues to discredit the outlet and their so-called journalistic integrity.
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