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Joe Rogan thinks Steven Seagal joined Russian forces amid war with Ukraine

‘His gal-libility has been fully displayed

Spokesman Joe Rogan is being ridiculed mercilessly online after posting a fake CNN report claiming Steven Seagal assisted the Russians in their continued invasion of Ukraine. Posts pop up between high-stakes negotiations between countries, in which Ukraine demanded that the aggressor state withdraw its troops from their country.

Screenshot that the host of “The Joe Rogan Experience” shared with Facebook and Instagram on Monday, depicting the 69-year-old action star wielding a machine gun while shaking his sunglasses and fatigued from battle. The description reads, “Intelligence agencies around the world have identified American actor Steven Seagal among Russian special forces deployed around the outskirts of Gostomel airport near Kyiv that were attacked by paratroopers. Russia arrested”.

Rogan, 54 years old, Fake report’s caption“If I had to guess the plot of this f-ked up movie we’re living in, I’d say we’re about 14 hours away from the arrival of the aliens.”

Social media commenters were quick to read the post, which some pointed out was actually from Seagal’s 2016 horror film “Sniper.”

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One person scoffed on Instagram: “This is clearly an edited photo. “I may be a beluga whale but I make memes for a living so I like to think I can detect memes with my sonar.”

“I had to go to Google to make sure this wasn’t real. Lol this world is bonkers,” another said.

One reviewer wrote, “For anyone who thinks this is real: it’s pretty cold – around -2°C – in most of Ukraine. This photo was clearly taken on a warm day.”

“I am so ashamed of you Joe Rogan," a fuming fan.
“I’m so ashamed of you, Joe Rogan,” one fan said.
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@joerogan I want to laugh, but my friends are dying,” they added.

“Joe Rogan shares misinformation while watching 70 episodes of his own show down,” another snapped, regarding Spotify allegedly culled episodes of “JRE” last month after the former comedian was accused of spreading disinformation about COVID.

Others took the opportunity to spread the word about famous Seagal action movies. “He’s on dead ground,” one joked, referring to the Aikido master’s hit 1994 environmental thriller, “On Deadly Ground.”

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One person scoffed on Instagram: “This is clearly an edited photo.
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“I hope July jumps out of the pie when he gets there,” another quipped in an apparent appeal to “Under Siege” former Playboy Playboy pal Erika Eleniak.

And while it’s unclear whether the former UFC reporter shared the Seagal post as a joke, many angry Instagrammers suggest that sharing silly memes during an international crisis is a form of bad.

“I’m so ashamed of you, Joe Rogan,” one fan said. “You keep posting about alien invasions and life in movies, but when the real tragedy begins with real people dying, you shut up.”

Actor and US martial arts champion Steven Seagal.
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They continued, “When a monster really needs to be stopped, you do nothing. Is it because you’re really not so ‘objective’ and ‘curious’, but you’re definitely brainwashed for good. Speak up! Condemn the crime! You have a great background. Acting like a leader and stop posting irrelevant stuff makes it all look like a joke. It can’t.”

This is not the first time the conspiracy theorist has been accused of disseminating fake news. Spotify podcaster player found himself in hot water earlier this winter after doing a podcast with Dr. Robert Malone, a vaccine scientist reported spreading misinformation regarding COVID jab, and compared the current health situation of the United States to that of Nazi Germany.

Joe Rogan has been accused of disseminating COVID disinformation.
Joe Rogan has been accused of disseminating COVID disinformation.
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The episode was later removed from YouTube while a coalition of 270 medical professionals write an open letter begged Spotify to create an fact-checking policy to “minimize the spread of misinformation.”

Meanwhile, famous musicians from Joni Mitchell to Neil Young threat of removal their music from the Swedish audio streaming giant unless it gets rid of Rogan.

https://nypost.com/2022/02/28/joe-rogan-thought-steven-seagal-joined-russian-forces-amid-war-with-ukraine/ Joe Rogan thinks Steven Seagal joined Russian forces amid war with Ukraine

Dais Johnston

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