Alyssa Milano, host of “Sorry Not Sorry” and self-appointed arbiter of truth, spent her Wednesday night feeling sorry for herself on Twitter and complaining about Joe Rogan.
The height of her fragility peaked when she said:
We live in a world WHERE JOE ROGAN’s PODCAST HAS TRIPLE THE LISTENERS AS MINE!! Dear god.— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) July 30, 2020
There is no logistical reason for Alyssa Milano to believe she corrals even close to a third of the audience of Joe Rogan, first of all. Not sure what numbers she is looking at but it is probably closer to ten-fold. Now, I suppose that is the rest of our fault, expecting Milano to rely on logic — something she has shown incapable of.
Anyways. Rogan also just landed a deal worth north of $100 million dollars, something that Milano will never accomplish. But most importantly she doesn’t possess the mental capacity to understand why Rogan captivates a limitless audience.
Her podcast LITERALLY is named for her inability to cope with unique concepts, being titled, “Sorry Not Sorry.” Milano is not only boring, but she doesn’t have the social maturity or confidence to converse with those who have differing opinions. Joe Rogan spoke publicly to support former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, while in the same year sharing the room with conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.
His conservative support stuck around. I wonder why?
Rogan uses his platform to share his opinions and welcomes challenging points of view. This formula lures listeners who want to hear what he AND his guest has to say, instead of finding another podcast where everyone agrees on everything. That, Alyssa, is called good business.
Leftist America doesn’t want athletes and celebrities to shut up and dribble, they want their idols to agree with them. Joe Rogan embraces his platform by pushing his views while simultaneously allowing space for a dialogue. A method his Spotify deal should prove, works.
Alyssa Milano’s podcast isn’t entertaining on any level, but her main obstacle is becoming more self aware that in a country of 330 million people, there are going to be unique angles on EVERYTHING. Rogan continues to look under every rock for solutions that sometimes come from surprising people, while Milano looks to complain every step of the way.
She managed to stomp her virtual feet over society’s love for Joe Rogan’s open mind, but maybe Rogan’s success is proof there is hope for society, even if that means people like Milano have to fail to see the light.