Joe Rogan revels in recent subscriber boost, roasts ‘very strange’ Brian Stelter after CNN+ implosion

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Like former President Donald J. Trump, podcasting sensation Joe Rogan has not only survived every one of the left’s dastardly attacks on him, but is stronger than ever after attempts to cancel him from Spotify seriously backfired.

On the latest edition of “The Joe Rogan Experience” the resilient host marveled at how despite the ginned-up controversies over his comments on COVID vaccines and a failed effort to smear him as a racist when someone combed through thousands of hours of his huge podcast archive to cherry pick unflattering remarks about black people failed to achieve the objective of forcing Spotify to cut ties with its top attraction.

During his conversation with British author political commentator Douglas Murray, Rogan revealed how he not only survived everything that was thrown at him, but that his subscriptions have actually dramatically increased as a result of the attention.

“You have been put through the wringer since we last met,” Murray observed. “They did a number on you, wow.”

Acknowledging that “they did” Rogan replied, “It’s interesting, but my subscriptions went up massively that’s what’s crazy.”

Rogan replies. “During the height of it all, I gained two million subscribers.”

Rogan also reveled in CNN’s humiliation over the implosion of the network’s heavily hyped streaming venture CNN+ which had the plug pulled on it after only a month after it became obvious that very few were willing to pay for its product, not much of a shocker considering the miserable ratings for its free product.

But first he jabbed the overstuffed and “very strange” Brian Stelter along with some hilarious commentary from Murray.

“People know how biased they are, and they know how socially weird their f***ng anchors are – just these awkward, non-relatable people,” he said. “Like if there’s someone on TV… like Jon Stewart is a great relatable person who I find to be a brilliant guy, who’s a kind person.

“If Jon Stewart thinks you’re a piece of sh*t, I’m gonna listen, you know,” he said. “But if Brian Stelter doesn’t like you, that doesn’t mean anything to me.”

Murray jumped in, “One of my rules, I’m trying never to be mean about people because of their appearances but…” as Rogan busted out with laughter, “A friend of mine said to me the other day, do you know how old Brian Stelter is?”

“And I said 56 or something,” Murray added, “he said look it up on your phone, he’s like 34 or something.”

“Something nuts,” said Rogan.

According to Stelter’s Wikipedia page, he’s 36-years-old.

“I couldn’t stop laughing for the rest of the evening,” Murray confessed, “I just couldn’t stop laughing, I don’t know what, everything about the guy is strange, everything about him.”

“Very strange,” Rogan agreed. “His pattern of communication is so strange, it’s like do you listen to other people? They talk very differently than you,” as the two had great fun at CNN’s chief media correspondent’s expense, mocking his posture and delivery.

They also got a great laugh that the interview’s timing was on the same day that CNN+ went belly up.

“They spent 300 million dollars, they got ten thousand subscribers,” Rogan said. “Imagine the hubris thinking that something that people don’t want for free, that you’re gonna charge money for it.”

“We’re gonna have the Jake Tapper book club,” he joked.

Rogan has been on a heck of a roll lately with all of the material laid at his feet by leftist shills for the Democratic party, just days before puncturing Stelter’s balloon, he eviscerated the unfunny CBS late night host Stephen Colbert as a sellout.

Rogan’s feeling of schadenfreude is understandable considering how CNN smeared him when he came down with COVID and took Ivermectin as a part of a medical cocktail to quickly bounce back, the self-proclaimed “most-trusted name in news” falsely claimed that he had ingested a “horse dewormer” bringing but now he is having the last laugh.


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