Twitter and Pepperidge Farm never forget — which makes calling C.N.N. on their B.S. easier than getting a Yelp recommendation from Brian Stelter.
While C.N.N. chyrons are about as trustworthy as a babysitting offer from Jeffrey Toobin, they second as effective transcribers of the sour epithets that Lemon, Chris Cuomo and other pundits like to throw around.
According to The Daily Mail, following an appearance by C.N.N.’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta on The Joe Rogan Experience, Lemon was asked about the pointed comments he made toward Rogan regarding the podcaster’s use of ivermectin.
Following a COVID-19 diagnosis, Rogan went on Instagram Live and said he would use every type of treatment available, which included prescribed ivermectin. The brain trust at C.N.N. ran the story as Joe Rogan Takes Horse Dewormer, which manifested into a segment on Don Lemon Tonight.
Per the Mail‘s report, Lemon said that the narrative of Rogan taking horse dewormer was not fabricated by the network, speaking truth to the idea that the podcast host took an experimental, unapproved drug. Rogan reportedly received the ivermectin treatment from his doctor and contemplated suing C.N.N. for running the idea.
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