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Joe Rogan scoffed after realizing he shared fake news about Australia on the Spotify podcast

Joe Rogan is being heavily mocked for a clip in which he realized he had shared a ‘fake’ message on his podcast.

In an episode of Spotify Joe Rogan experience The commenter, published on May 12, announced: “I read something briefly and didn’t get into the article.” Then he claimed that Australia was “trying to pass a law that would ban growing your own food”.

Believing the story to be true, Rogan taunted imaginary Australians for the imaginary bill and called those imaginary people “fucking creeps”.

He suggested the bogus law could be designed to expose anti-vaccination, adding: “You’ve got a good handle on people during the pandemic. They locked everyone in Australia and they were like, ‘You know what? We’re going to stop these motherf***ers from growing their own food. ‘Cause that’s how you fucking smoke out an anti-vaccination fighter.”

Quoting these imaginary people, he said, “You can’t even go to a grocery store anymore and you can’t grow your own food anymore — do that, bitch!”

When an attempt was made to read a message for further discussion, Rogan’s guest was heard saying, “Nothing comes up”. Instead, a story unrelated to New Zealand is mentioned, with the guest saying, “That’s…near?”

Rogan started to worry he’d just pedaled a fake message, then grabbed his phone to try and find the message himself, saying: “This has got to be a real thing. It seems too good not to be.”

The guest was heard adding, “Not a single thing comes up.”

Rogan then exclaimed, “Yeah, I can’t find it either. hell again! Better not be fake. It could be fake.”

Joe Rogan tried to find the ‘fake’ message on his phone

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Here, Rogan’s guest speaker Bryan “Hotep Jesus” Sharpe added, “But even if it’s fake, the fake is usually the warning.”

Rogan, who was branded an “absolute clown” over the blunder, is being roundly mocked and criticized after the clip was shared by @KnowNothingTV on Twitter.

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“Now it all makes sense because a 5 second look on google is all Joe researches before he spits bs,” wrote @AliveNed88, while @danielprins said: “Imagine being outraged about something, that you came up with entirely by yourself.”

@specschic added, “No surprises the way this show spreads conspiracies.” Meanwhile, @tylertoof wrote, “This guy slips so hard it’s just hilarious at this point.”

This isn’t the first time Rogan has been tricked into believing something to do with Australia is true, when in fact it was dead wrong.

Joe Rogan is being mocked on Twitter after realizing he shared a fake message on his podcast

(Spotify)

In 2021, he branded a satirical Australian ad that was featured on the ABC panel show Green “absolutely stupid propaganda”.

The message of the ad, which featured Rogan by name, was to encourage people to listen to the science on the Covid vaccine, the effectiveness of which Rogan has questioned in the past.

His spreading of Covid “misinformation” led to the boycott of Spotify in January by music stars including Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Graham Nash.

Rogan corrected himself when he realized his mistake.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/joe-rogan-experience-spotify-australia-b2080789.html Joe Rogan scoffed after realizing he shared fake news about Australia on the Spotify podcast

JOE HERNANDEZ

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