The group made up of the media, Democrat politicians, and Dr. Fauci views Joe Rogan as one of the only threats to the narrative it has successfully ingrained in the country over the past 14 months: we will all die if you don’t do as we say.
Rogan is one of the few media personalities who is “uncancelable.” Thus, unlike the rest of the pathetic stooges who spend their days behind a mic, Rogan drops truth like this:
[Cities] can be irreversibly fucked, like I think some of our cities are right now. I think there’s some sections in LA, I don’t know how the fuck they’re gonna bounce back. You drive down the street, and you see everything boarded up. You go, “How does this come back? How long does it take?” A lot of people are moving out. People are moving out. You get the sense like it’s an abandoned ship, like it’s a sinking ship. And then people don’t want to invest money in it. They don’t know what to do. They’re not sure if they should stay. They start looking at other states where things are open, “Maybe we should just move. Maybe we should forget about this business and start fresh in Florida or move to Texas or whatever.”
It’s not just LA. New York, because of its equally inept governor, is also destroyed, probably beyond repair.
Here’s the dagger: “Maybe we should forget about this business and start fresh in Florida or move to Texas or whatever.”
I mean, who is going to argue with that? Florida and Texas have been good landing spots for big names like Rogan, Elon Musk, Ben Shapiro — all of whom came from big cities in California — but the small business owners, who may not have a choice but to move, tell the real story.
Now for a game: which irrational wokester will be the first to try and cancel Rogan yet again?