Trump’s advice for Joe Rogan

President Donald Trump has weighed in on the controversy about embattled podcaster Joe Rogan, who is being pressured by the Orwellian thought-control enforcers to censor his popular Spotify program.

Trump released a statement through his Save America PAC in which he implores Rogan to “stop apologizing” to the left-wing cancel culture mob because Rogan is looking “weak and frightened” by bending the knee to these reprehensible lowlifes.

“Joe Rogan is an interesting and popular guy, but he’s got to stop apologizing to the Fake News and Radical Left maniacs and lunatics. How many ways can you say you’re sorry? Joe, just go about what you do so well and don’t let them make you look weak and frightened. That’s not you and it never will be!” Trump said in the statement.

Trump’s statement, which was emailed out to his millions of followers, can be seen here:

We’ve reported on Rogan becoming public enemy #1 due to his willingness to host unpersoned individuals on his podcast:

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said during an MSNBC appearance on Tuesday that he believes Big Tech should censor independent podcaster Joe Rogan.

Murthy made the comments to MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski after she pressed the bureaucrat on alleged disinformation that is spread to an audience of millions on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” which is hosted on Spotify.

“What do you think are the best ways to push back on misinformation about COVID that continues to be aggressively pushed, whether it be Joe Rogan’s podcast or all over Facebook?” Brzezinski asked Murthy.

“We can have the best science available, we can have the best public health expertise available. It won’t help people if they don’t have access to accurate information,” he responded.

“People have the right to make their own decisions, but they also have the right to have accurate information to make that decision with,” Murthy added.

Murthy said that tech overlords have an “important role to play” in censoring all content deemed wrongthink by the government because open platforms where people share their opinions freely are the “predominant places where we’re seeing misinformation spread.”

“This is not just about what the government can do,” he said, “this is about companies and individuals recognizing that the only way we get past misinformation is if we are careful about what we say and use the power that we have to limit the spread of misinformation.”

They are coming for Rogan because they hate free speech and an open dialogue. These enemies of civilization need to suffer for the crimes against liberty they have perpetrated in the public square.

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