Column: Joe Rogan Is A Menace To Medical Experts, Not Public Health

Two hundred and seventy people who identify as doctors, including 100 with pointless Ph.D. degrees, signed an open letter demanding that Spotify take action against Joe Rogan last week.

These doctors say that Rogan is a "menace to public health" and cite as evidence a widely downloaded episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, in which Dr. Robert Malone discusses mass formation psychosis and criticizes vaccine mandates.

The letter asks Spotify to "implement a misinformation policy."

What exactly does that mean? In polite words, the doctors want Spotify to prevent Rogan and his guests from talking about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Spotify has not addressed the letter or the news outlets that support the signees. This response from Spotify -- or lack thereof -- likely surprises the doctors. So few executives have handled a storm of mass outrage quietly. Most corporations succumb to pressure and act swiftly to make it go away, whatever the cost. We will see what Spotify does. 

However, Spotify likely knows that the case made against Rogan in the letter is humorously weak and dishonest.

"Spotify has a responsibility to mitigate the spread of misinformation on its platform, though the company presently has no misinformation policy," the letter reads.

See, the doctors are not trying to silence Rogan because he's anti-science or a menace to public health. They want to shut him up because he's a threat to their quest for power.

JRE features Rogan and guests thinking aloud for roughly three hours. When a person thinks aloud without a teleprompter or second-generation corporate shill in their ear, they veer off script and begin to question what has happened to the country over the past two years.

When medical experts tell Spotify that Rogan is engaging in fringe conspiracies whenever he challenges the acceptable narrative regarding COVID and the vaccines, they really mean he has inconveniently asked them to explain the unexplainable. Why is something called a "vaccine" if it doesn't work as a vaccine but as a gene therapeutic? Why is Pfizer sponsoring morning television shows that promote the vaccine and disparage the unvaccinated? Why have we allowed unelected bureaucrats and shady organizations like the CDC to wield power over us when they've so clearly been lying to us?

Rogan is calling on experts and media aggregators to explain their messaging, which would expose the entire game. There's nothing more threatening than questions that experts don't want to answer.

The professors who go by "Dr." and who signed the petition fear that their students might listen to JRE and question the need for a fourth COVID shot. So the "doctors" would appreciate it if Spotify would step in to silence these discussions and keep prospective booster recipients in the dark.

If Spotify can somehow silence Rogan on the matter, medical experts won't have to answer questions about the vaccines they've promoted. YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter will not allow those questions, and mainstream media outlets are no longer in the business of challenging those in charge, if they ever were.

It's simple: if the experts shut Rogan up, there's no one with a large enough platform to challenge them.

They also fear Rogan because he has become an advocate for alternative COVID treatments. Before the 270 so-called doctors penned a letter to Spotify, Rogan revealed that "dozens" of celebrities have contacted him for advice on treating COVID. Celebrities and athletes have reached out to Rogan because he contracted COVID and recovered quickly with the use of ivermectin. Rogan didn't die or turn into a horse --- much to the Left's chagrin. So other people are wondering how they too can recover from COVID and why their doctors aren't recommending similar treatments.

Why aren't medical experts recommending treatments like ivermectin? Well, Big Pharma cannot monetize ivermectin or monoclonal antibodies like they can vaccines. COVID treatments offer few financial advantages, while vaccines turn Big Pharma execs into billionaires.

But that doesn't help everyday people who contract the virus, and now most COVID-positive patients cannot receive monoclonal antibodies because Big Pharma has made them scarce. UFC President Dana White railed against this matter over the weekend.

"Ever since I came out and said what I did, it's almost impossible now to get monoclonal antibodies," White claimed. "They're making it so you can't get them. Medicine that absolutely works, they're keeping from us."

Gold diggers in the pharmaceutical industry hate White and Rogan for calling attention to their ploy. They want these guys to pay -- they're ruining everything.

This is why none of the bold terms and hostile accusations in the letter to Spotify mean anything. Hopefully, Spotify has the backbone to either ignore or reject them.

If it does, Spotify can deliver the woke a fatal blow. The letter's signees are cowardly beta males, confused feminists with way too much education, and a few medical doctors who may or may not be on the take from Big Pharma. Members of the progressive mob are powerless when ignored. The only weapon they have is social media. Dave Chappelle and Dave Portnoy have already disobeyed these screeching peasants and exposed their scheme. Once the targets of their harassment ignore the noise, the woke crumble in shame. 

Joe Rogan is not a menace to public health. He's a menace to those in power -- the super-spreaders of misinformation.

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Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics.. Burack has become a prominent voice in media and has been featured on several shows across OutKick and industry related podcasts and radio stations.