Dozens of past episodes deleted by Spotify as defiant Joe Rogan keeps ticking off libs; report

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A defiant Joe Rogan has once again whacked the hornet’s nest and will likely face more calls for his cancellation after his latest remarks on COVID and that the lockdowns which have been imposed by authoritarian officials don’t work as dozens of interviews have apparently been deleted by Spotify.

The embattled podcaster returned to the platform after a week off as a temper tantrum by rocker Neil Young and other geriatric musicians fueled the mania to silence his voice, one which has become increasingly popular as people seek out new ways to get their information outside of the corrupt, biased and toxic establishment media with a new interview that will have critics howling with rage.

During the new episode when he chatted with a retired Navy SEAL, record-setting wingsuit pilot, and fellow podcaster Andy Stumpf, Rogan addressed the ginned-up controversy by saying that he “put out a video a couple days ago; other than that, not much I can do,” referring to an “apology video” that he posted to social media as Spotify caved to pressure by slapping “content advisory” warnings to segments on COVID.

He also took a shot at CNN which smeared him for using the drug ivermectin after he came down with the virus last year, “When you’re hearing it from people who are losing the information attention game — people like CNN — when they’re calling for other networks or shows to be censored or limited, it’s like, just do better.”

But it was his remarks on the lockdowns that will likely spur the next wave of attacks, in particular, his singling out of Montreal which had reimplemented a 10 p.m. curfew as the Omicron variant swept through Canada but lifted it in mid-January.

“A lot of times when they want to implement these strategies, you know, they’re doing so against the will of the people and they think they’re doing it for the people’s own good,” Rogan said.

He continued, “And some people are not buying that sh*t especially when it comes to Canada which has been really rough in terms of like locking down businesses and like what’s going on right now in Montreal, they have a 10 p.m. curfew which is just wild, like why do you have a curfew? What happens after 10?”

“They’re shutting down restaurants and bars in parts of Canada where they are already barely staying open, they were already barely alive,’ he said, “and they’re not giving these people the options, it’s like, it’s been pretty clear up until this point that all these lockdowns don’t work, they don’t stop the spread, they don’t.”

While Rogan is still podcasting – for now anyway – the censors are nibbling away at his extensive catalog of work, reportedly relegating dozens of older episodes to the memory hole.

According to a report by the Daily Mail, “the streaming giant also removed 70 older episodes without explanation.”

“Many of the podcasts that were yanked involved far-right commentators – or outright conspiracy theorists – and included Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, Owen Benjamin and Canadian writer Gavin Miles McInnes,” the outlet reported along with images of screenshots of the deleted episodes.

The Daily Mail noted, “Others taken down from the library of more than 1,700 shows include ones broadcast in 2018 and had nothing to do with Rogan’s views on the coronavirus pandemic.”

The Biden regime has been working diligently to shut down speech that runs counter to the official White House narrative which it has labeled as “misinformation,” and this week trotted out top flack and “little fascist” Jen Psaki to up the pressure on tech companies to silence debate by using the “public-private partnership” as an end-around of the pesky First Amendment.

Neil Young was also joined by bandmates and fellow 60s radicals who once challenged power but are now siding with “the man” when David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash announced that they were also pulling their music from Spotify in protest of Rogan’s free speech.

Spotify has been able to fend off the calls for Rogan’s head on a pike which began nearly immediately after the platform signed him to a contract reportedly worth over $100 million but with the unprecedented and dangerous interference by the Biden administration, it may only be a matter of time until the plug is pulled.


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