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Joe Rogan Gets Brutally Fact Checked In Real-Time By Aussie Podcast Guest

 
Hannah Blackiston

Published 3:37, 14 January 2022 GMT

Joe Rogan Gets Brutally Fact Checked In Real-Time By Aussie Podcast Guest

Joe Rogan may think he has all the information when it comes to Covid-19, but he was just proven wrong in real-time on his own podcast.

The podcaster sat down with Australian broadcaster and fellow podcast host Josh Szeps for a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience.

Everything was going well until, Rogan began spouting some incorrect information about myocarditis.

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscles and can be a side effect of the Pfizer vaccine, but is much more commonly a result of contracting the Covid-19 virus.

 

Rogan boldly stated that myocarditis is a 'common' side effect in children who have had the vaccine, but Szeps cut him off quickly to point out that it isn't true.

"For young boys in particular, there's an adverse risk associated with the vaccine. There's like a two to fourfold increase in the instances of myocarditis versus hospitalization," Rogan said during their chat.

Szeps responded with: "You know that there's an increased risk in myocarditis among that age cohort from getting Covid as well - which exceeds the risk of myocarditis from the vaccine."

 

"I don't think that's true. I don't think it's true," Rogan combatted.

And the final shutdown from Szeps: "It is."

So what does Rogan do when faced with someone using facts against him?

 

He turns to the internet.

"Well let's look that up, because I don't think that's true," he said, quickly putting his producer on the job.

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Unfortunately for Rogan, the producer found this article from UK-based science journal, The New Scientist, which clearly supported Szeps.

"[Males aged] 12 to 17, were [most] likely to develop myocarditis within three months of catching Covid at a rate of 450 cases per million infections. This compares to 67 cases of myocarditis per million of the same age following their second dose of Pfizer," Rogan reads aloud from the story.

 
 

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"Yeah, so you're about eight times likelier to get myocarditis from getting Covid than from getting it from the vaccine," Szeps confirmed.

What I find particularly amazing is how quickly Rogan moves past this.

"That's interesting. That is not what I've read before," he said, before going off on a tangent about fact-checking and finding information on the internet.

 

Spotify, the streaming service that hosts Rogan's podcast, was recently sent a petition from 270 doctors and scientists.

They were calling on Spotify to punish Rogan for being a 'menace to public health' and for spouting misinformation on the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Left hate Joe Rogan cause he has an ability to reach a huge audience that they cannot control. And Joe is a courageous man who often brings on guests who disagree with him on all number of issues (something that the Left mainstream media "let's repeat verbatim the Democrat talking points" never do).

This current obsession in attacking Rogan has nothing to do with covid and everything to do with attacking a powerful alternate source of information other than the 99% Democrat controlled mainstream media in the US. It's all politics my friends.

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2 minutes ago, auslander said:

The Left hate Joe Rogan cause he has an ability to reach a huge audience that they cannot control. And Joe is a courageous man who often brings on guests who disagree with him on all number of issues (something that the Left mainstream media "let's repeat verbatim the Democrat talking points" never do).

This current obsession in attacking Rogan has nothing to do with covid and everything to do with attacking a powerful alternate source of information other than the 99% Democrat controlled mainstream media in the US. It's all politics my friends.

I agree, I'm familiar with Joe Rogan and have seen some clips of his,  but have never listened to any of his podcast episodes.  But as usual a story like this seems way overblown just to try to bring someone down for no other reason then he has a big following and questions a narrative.  He stated something that was based on studies that have shown some young males experience myocarditis after receiving the vaccine.  And the other person cited another study that didn't contradict what Joe said but rather added context.  The story doesn't even say whether that other study has been thoroughly peer reviewed or anything like that.  So we have one person citing a study and another citing another study.   If that means he's constantly spreading misinformation than I'd say just about every news outlet, politician and even some health experts have done the same over the last two years when it comes to covid.

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4 hours ago, Crazysam said:

I agree, I'm familiar with Joe Rogan and have seen some clips of his,  but have never listened to any of his podcast episodes.  But as usual a story like this seems way overblown just to try to bring someone down for no other reason then he has a big following and questions a narrative.  He stated something that was based on studies that have shown some young males experience myocarditis after receiving the vaccine.  And the other person cited another study that didn't contradict what Joe said but rather added context.  The story doesn't even say whether that other study has been thoroughly peer reviewed or anything like that.  So we have one person citing a study and another citing another study.   If that means he's constantly spreading misinformation than I'd say just about every news outlet, politician and even some health experts have done the same over the last two years when it comes to covid.

The problem with Rogan and others (both left and right) is that they use talking points and studies etc that they know their audience wants to hear rather than doing the actual research to pass on factual info to people that they can rely on...

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13 hours ago, nyoilers said:
 

Joe Rogan Gets Brutally Fact Checked In Real-Time By Aussie Podcast Guest

 
Hannah Blackiston
 

Published 3:37, 14 January 2022 GMT

Joe Rogan Gets Brutally Fact Checked In Real-Time By Aussie Podcast Guest

Joe Rogan may think he has all the information when it comes to Covid-19, but he was just proven wrong in real-time on his own podcast.

The podcaster sat down with Australian broadcaster and fellow podcast host Josh Szeps for a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience.

Everything was going well until, Rogan began spouting some incorrect information about myocarditis.

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscles and can be a side effect of the Pfizer vaccine, but is much more commonly a result of contracting the Covid-19 virus.

 

Rogan boldly stated that myocarditis is a 'common' side effect in children who have had the vaccine, but Szeps cut him off quickly to point out that it isn't true.

"For young boys in particular, there's an adverse risk associated with the vaccine. There's like a two to fourfold increase in the instances of myocarditis versus hospitalization," Rogan said during their chat.

Szeps responded with: "You know that there's an increased risk in myocarditis among that age cohort from getting Covid as well - which exceeds the risk of myocarditis from the vaccine."

 

"I don't think that's true. I don't think it's true," Rogan combatted.

And the final shutdown from Szeps: "It is."

So what does Rogan do when faced with someone using facts against him?

 

He turns to the internet.

"Well let's look that up, because I don't think that's true," he said, quickly putting his producer on the job.

Related video:

Unfortunately for Rogan, the producer found this article from UK-based science journal, The New Scientist, which clearly supported Szeps.

"[Males aged] 12 to 17, were [most] likely to develop myocarditis within three months of catching Covid at a rate of 450 cases per million infections. This compares to 67 cases of myocarditis per million of the same age following their second dose of Pfizer," Rogan reads aloud from the story.

 

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"Yeah, so you're about eight times likelier to get myocarditis from getting Covid than from getting it from the vaccine," Szeps confirmed.

What I find particularly amazing is how quickly Rogan moves past this.

"That's interesting. That is not what I've read before," he said, before going off on a tangent about fact-checking and finding information on the internet.

 

Spotify, the streaming service that hosts Rogan's podcast, was recently sent a petition from 270 doctors and scientists.

They were calling on Spotify to punish Rogan for being a 'menace to public health' and for spouting misinformation on the coronavirus pandemic.

What makes the Aussie right? is he a specialist?

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7 hours ago, Crazysam said:

I agree, I'm familiar with Joe Rogan and have seen some clips of his,  but have never listened to any of his podcast episodes.  But as usual a story like this seems way overblown just to try to bring someone down for no other reason then he has a big following and questions a narrative.  He stated something that was based on studies that have shown some young males experience myocarditis after receiving the vaccine.  And the other person cited another study that didn't contradict what Joe said but rather added context.  The story doesn't even say whether that other study has been thoroughly peer reviewed or anything like that.  So we have one person citing a study and another citing another study.   If that means he's constantly spreading misinformation than I'd say just about every news outlet, politician and even some health experts have done the same over the last two years when it comes to covid.

Yeah it's total jealousy bro, you hit it on the head, Rogan pulls more viewers then every cable media station in the country put together, then X3, he has such an absurdly huge amount of viewers it's mind blowing, of course the shills wont be having that, so they are all on a dead sprint to cancel him, which is something they will never do, as he is so much bigger then them at this point it's really improbable ANYONE could take him out, but their still gonna have a whack at it, plan on seeing many more of these smear pieces the lemmings will be putting out, we can just stand and watch them each get squished like bugs, it will be entertaining.

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1 hour ago, Leykis101 said:

What makes the Aussie right? is he a specialist?

Usually we all are, about everything. I dunno?, he may have New Zealand blood.

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On 1/14/2022 at 5:55 PM, auslander said:

This current obsession in attacking Rogan has nothing to do with covid and everything to do with attacking a powerful alternate source of information other than the 99% Democrat controlled mainstream media in the US.

That's the typical right wing response in the USA but again it's false.99% democrat controlled media ?? Not true

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On 1/14/2022 at 6:08 PM, Crazysam said:

I agree, I'm familiar with Joe Rogan and have seen some clips of his,  but have never listened to any of his podcast episodes.  But as usual a story like this seems way overblown just to try to bring someone down for no other reason then he has a big following and questions a narrative.  He stated something that was based on studies that have shown some young males experience myocarditis after receiving the vaccine.  And the other person cited another study that didn't contradict what Joe said but rather added context.  The story doesn't even say whether that other study has been thoroughly peer reviewed or anything like that.  So we have one person citing a study and another citing another study.   If that means he's constantly spreading misinformation than I'd say just about every news outlet, politician and even some health experts have done the same over the last two years when it comes to covid.

What happened if you read the article or watch the video is that Rogan said something that was incorrect and the other person called him out on it.Rogan had his own producer search for the correct answer on the internet.So the other person didn't cite another story-it was Rogan's own producer who bitch slapped Rogan !:rofl2:

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7 hours ago, nyoilers said:

That's the typical right wing response in the USA but again it's false.99% democrat controlled media ?? Not true

Then what percentage is it? 98? 97? I mean this is a person in Australia and he says it, maybe you got blinders on, huh?

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7 hours ago, nyoilers said:

What happened if you read the article or watch the video is that Rogan said something that was incorrect and the other person called him out on it.Rogan had his own producer search for the correct answer on the internet.So the other person didn't cite another story-it was Rogan's own producer who bitch slapped Rogan !:rofl2:

So your excited cause he was wrong about something? seems a little petty, BTW it shows how much you really watch the not left wing media, because Joe Rogan isn't even a right winger, he's a fucking Bernie Sanders supporter, that's socialism, so maybe you should do a little research b4 spouting off, cause it does look bad, well petty, like your trying to troll the Aussies and get them going.

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12 minutes ago, Leykis101 said:

So your excited cause he was wrong about something? seems a little petty, BTW it shows how much you really watch the not left wing media, because Joe Rogan isn't even a right winger, he's a fucking Bernie Sanders supporter, that's socialism, so maybe you should do a little research b4 spouting off, cause it does look bad, well petty, like your trying to troll the Aussies and get them going.

Petty is the word I was thinking too. I also don't listen to Rogan, but of course know of him. I just don't get the point of this story. A guy on a podcast says something and finds out he may have had incorrect info and this is the response it gets from people? Really? Petty, pathetic... whatever you call it, it's just embarrassing that this story is what it is. 

But in all of this, guess who's going to benefit the most? Yep, you guessed it. 

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15 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

Then what percentage is it? 98? 97? I mean this is a person in Australia and he says it, maybe you got blinders on, huh?

Most if not all talk radio is right wing.

Maybe my Aussie friend should come to the USA where the truth will set him free !

 

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15 hours ago, Leykis101 said:

So your excited cause he was wrong about something? seems a little petty, BTW it shows how much you really watch the not left wing media, because Joe Rogan isn't even a right winger, he's a fucking Bernie Sanders supporter, that's socialism, so maybe you should do a little research b4 spouting off, cause it does look bad, well petty, like your trying to troll the Aussies and get them going.

I love watching these talk show entertainers who think that they know it all get slapped around.

I don't care who he supports.

Boom -my post total goes up

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15 hours ago, Geoff said:

I just don't get the point of this story. A guy on a podcast says something and finds out he may have had incorrect info and this is the response it gets from people? Really? Petty, pathetic... whatever you call it, it's just embarrassing that this story is what it is. 

Let's be honest.Rogan didn't have wrong info-he had no info !

He plays to his audience -he's no different than anyone else but in this case he spouted off his bullshit and he got called out on it.And it needs to be pointed out because he would keep repeating the same bullshit.

What's embarrassing is that people want to make excuses for this guy .What he said was wrong and that's indisputable !

 

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42 minutes ago, nyoilers said:

Boom -my post total goes up

What does having a large post total do for anyone? Trying to "compete" with the spamming "song and album game" posters seems a pointless exercise.

Not sure what having more posts means for the status on the site. I'm already a "headlining act" according to my profile. So I guess I will fade away into irrelevance and end up with a Vegas musician residency in a few years for my inglorious end...

From what I can see, the higher your profile on this site, the more jokes you get from other members about your sexuality or penis etc. So, there's that, I guess. :)

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3 hours ago, auslander said:

Trying to "compete" with the spamming "song and album game" posters seems a pointless exercise.

I really, really hate those fucking threads.

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12 hours ago, Darkstone said:

I really, really hate those fucking threads.

They were fun for a while...

Ten years ago. 

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On 1/16/2022 at 5:47 PM, auslander said:

What does having a large post total do for anyone? Trying to "compete" with the spamming "song and album game" posters seems a pointless exercise.

Not sure what having more posts means for the status on the site. I'm already a "headlining act" according to my profile. So I guess I will fade away into irrelevance and end up with a Vegas musician residency in a few years for my inglorious end...

From what I can see, the higher your profile on this site, the more jokes you get from other members about your sexuality or penis etc. So, there's that, I guess. :)

Or you could just go look at how many posts Wes and Rick have, or fuck, just go look at Dan's, pretty sure he's the leader on here, I mean those are numbers so high it's almost mind boggling trying to figure out how anyone could've posted that much, or if I can get some in and just accidentally added 100 before my thread count total, dammit, wink wink

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