Joe Rogan confronted CNN’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Sanjay Gupta, about his network’s claim that the podcast host had taken “horse deworming” as a covid treatment.
In the installment of “The Joe Rogan Experience” on Wednesday, Rogan asked the doctor why someone like him who already has covid and antibodies should be vaccinated.
“Anyway, I’m glad you’re fine,” Gupta said.
“Thank you,” Rogan replied. “You’re probably the only one on CNN who’s happy … everyone else is lying to me about taking horse medicine.”
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“It bothered you,” Gupta smiled.
“It should bother you too,” Rogan countered. “They’re lying on your network that people are taking human medicine as opposed to veterinary medicine.”
“It’s not the most flattering thing to call it ‘horse deworming’, I understand that,” Gupta admitted.
“It’s a lie,” Rogan pushed back. “It’s a lie on a news network … and it’s a lie they’re aware of. It’s not a mistake. They’re making it unfavorable as a veterinarian.”
“You’re not a horse. You’re not a cow,” Gupta said, referring to the “trivial” statement released by the FDA to encourage people not to take ivermectin, but Rogan was adamant in calling for a CNN drug coverage. “Billions have been given to people” and as a result received the Nobel Prize.
“Why would they lie and say it’s a horse dewormer?” Rogan asked. “I can give medicine to Madarf’s people. It’s ridiculous! It’s just a lie! Don’t you think that lying on a news network is dangerous when you know they are lying? … Do you think it’s a problem that your news Network lie? “
“What did they say?” Gupta asked.
The podcast host first told Gupta that his ivermectin was “written to me by a doctor”, forcing the CNN reporter not to call the drug “horse deworming.”
“Does it bother you that the network you work for and lie outside, just lying completely about me with the horse dewormer,” Rogan told Grill Gupta.
“They shouldn’t have said that,” Gupta admitted.
“Why did they do that?” Rogan asked.
“I don’t know,” Gupta replied.
“Didn’t you ask? You’re the medical guy there!” Rogan shouted.
“I didn’t ask,” Gupta said. “I should have asked before coming to this podcast.”
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Gupta denied Rogan’s claim that CNN had claimed with “such pleasure” before playing a clip of “Outfront” anchor Erin Burnett that Ivermectin was called “cattle medicine.”
“I don’t think Erin was happy,” Gupta responded.
Referring to CNN’s left-wing media guru, Rogan replied, “Well, it’s more Brian Stelter who was happy.” “The point is, it’s a lie.”
“It can be used for humans! I’ve got it,” said the uncomfortable Gupta.
The podcast host said, “Can’t just be used for humans – often used for humans with all other drugs.” They know it’s a human drug and they lied. It’s defamatory. “
“Yes, they shouldn’t have done it,” Gupta reiterated. “I don’t know if it’s defamatory.”
“I bet it,” Rogan insisted. “It’s a lie.”
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Rogan knocked out CNN for not reporting how he tested negative “five days later” and “felt great” after his treatment.
“I mean you’re working for a news agency. If they’re lying about a comedian taking horse medicine, what are they saying about our Russia? What are they saying about our Syria? Do you understand that people are worried? The truth of the news About? ”Rogan pressed Gupta in front of a CNN reporter, again admitting he hadn’t taken horse deworming.