The feud between podcaster Joe Rogan and CNN, which started when the media outlet claimed Rogan took horse dewormer to fight COVID-19, continues to thrive as the host recently discussed their dismal ratings and journalistic style with author and mathematician James Lindsay.

In the past, due to CNN reports on Rogan, the podcaster has not only threatened to sue the outlet but has also blasted the anchors for being “knuckleheads,” even labeling Don Lemon as a “dumb motherf**ker!” Now, as CNN has announced a change in how they report, Rogan is once again calling into question not just the network but the people who write the news. 

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Speaking on the matter, Rogan told Linday, “Well, they have to know that they’ve destroyed their business.”

Lindsay not only agreed with Rogan but added, “They have no credibility left.” The guest noted later in the interview, “Their programming sucks.”

But while the pair took turns bashing the news outlet for their biased reporting, Rogan eventually discussed some of the more alarming scandals to come out of CNN other than them lying about his COVID-19 treatment. Rogan, as can be seen in the video above, pointed out how the network was buried in scandals surrounding not just the Cuomo brothers but also how one of their own producers was caught bragging about luring seven-year-old girls into his home for sexual training. 

Stepping aside from the hotbed of pedophiles at CNN, Rogan added that no matter what, “It’s also the smugness in which they disseminate propaganda. People know that they’re full of s**t, and they’re doing it with a smugness and it turns people off. It would turn people off even if they were accurate.”

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