Joe Rogan mocks so-called ‘health expert’ Bill Gates over his war on beef: ‘You look like sh*t’

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Joe Rogan is calling out Bill Gates in no uncertain terms for setting a very poor example when it comes to personal health even though the billionaire Microsoft co-founder possesses vast resources to get into optimum physical condition.

“When you’ve got man-boobs, and a gut, and you’re walking around, and you have like these toothpick arms — ‘hey buddy, you’re not healthy,'” the influential Spotify podcaster said on a recent episode about globalist Gates, who is said to be the world’s fourth richest man, with a estimated net worth of $126 billion.

Gates, a vaccine and lockdown advocate and someone who Fox News host Tucker Carlson has ridiculed as a “creepy beta-dork” in the context of the so-called war on beef, has invested in companies that develop synthetic or lab-based meat.

The Gates Foundation charity reportedly invested as much as $1.75 billion “into combating COVID-19 through vaccine development and distribution,” ABC News reported in December 2020.

However, on a personal basis, Gates is not doing much to stop the spread, as it were, Rogan implied.

In a 2015 blog post, Gates called upon industrialized nations to cut back by about half their real meat consumption because of climate change.

“Want to help save the planet? Stop eating beef. At least, that’s what Bill Gates says. In a recent interview with MIT Technology Review, Gates said, ‘all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef’ in an effort to cut down pollution,” Forbes reported in May 2021.

Rogan, a martial artist, often discusses health, nutrition, and physical fitness as well as other forms of self-improvement in his freewheeling longform podcast interviews.

As well chronicled, the comedian and UFC commentator has prompted controversy and perhaps near cancellation in part for raising questions in various ways about  the conventional COVID narrative.

Rogan began this portion of his podcast by mentioning to his guests how Gates is buying up huge swaths of U.S. farmland. According to The Land Report, with his ownership of 242,000 acres as of January 2021, Gates is the America’s largest private farmland owner.

“But the thing is, he keeps saying that we’ve got to eat less meat, and we’ve got to cut our consumption of meat out to be healthy, and we’re gonna get used to these meat alternatives,” Rogan recalled.

“When a guy like that says that, I’m like, ‘are you making money because of this?’ Like, why are you saying that? And by the way, you look like s–t. If you’re eating those plant-based burgers or whatever the f— you’re doing, you’re obese. A guy like that telling people about — he’s got these breasts, and this gut, and I’m like, this is crazy. You’re one of the richest guys on earth. You have access to the best nutrients…you could have an amazing trainer. You could be in phenomenal shape, and you’re giving out public health advice…and you’re sick,” Rogan continued.

“It’s literally like a non-athlete trying to coach professionals. Like, what the f— are you talking about. How are you giving any health advice when you look like that. Your health is piss poor. I’m not a doctor, but when you’ve got man-boobs, and a gut, and you’re walking around, and you have like these toothpick arms — I’m like, ‘hey buddy, you’re not healthy.”

Watch/listen below (*warning for language):


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