Joe Rogan’s much-anticipated podcast interview with Dr. Robert Malone, the Inventor of mRNA vaccine technology, dropped in late December – it did not disappoint.
Dr. Malone has been speaking out against the public health bureaucracy’s Covid-19 response and the experimental vaccines for months, proving himself to be one of the most reliable sources of factual information throughout the pandemic.
During his interview on JRE, Dr. Malone dropped bombshell after bombshell on the corrupt establishment – From public officials covering up known early treatments – to serious conflicts of interest between the medical elites and those who are supposedly holding them accountable – all the way up to federal cash bribes to healthcare facilities in exchange for Covid death receipts – he did not hold back.
The record-breaking podcast that broke the internet infuriated the left and their pandemic panic-porn supporters. There was simply too much truth to handle.
So being leftists they did what they do best and immediately attempted to get the podcast banned and removed from the internet. A group of “270 doctors” even signed a letter urging Spotify to remove the “menace to public health” podcast from public view.
‘Menace to public health’: 270 doctors call out Spotify over Joe Rogan’s podcast https://t.co/DhXJ0OPl10
— The Guardian (@guardian) January 14, 2022
The letter by the “270 doctors” got lots of play by the fake news media.
Twitter, the self-proclaimed arbiters of truth, promoted the fake news.
Surprise! @Twitter promoting leftist conspiracy to defame, smear, censor and deplatform @JoeRogan! pic.twitter.com/y5jCx4frDA
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 16, 2022
But it was all fake news.
Jordan Schachtel reviewed the list and found that only one-third of the signatories of the letter were actual practicing physicians. The rest were professors, students, and podcasters.
It turns out that the real arbiters of misinformation are the individuals behind the letter itself, and they are being helped along by a corrupt corporate media that is misreporting the credentials of its signatories.
Yes, the media and Big Tech want to create the image of a hundreds-strong coalition of medical doctors who are genuinely concerned about Joe Rogan’s conversations on his massive platform…
…Well, I reviewed this open letter, and it turns out that only around 100 of the 270+ signatories to the letter are people with qualified medical degrees. And a large chunk of that 100 or so medical doctors are MDs employed at universities who are not in fact practitioners of medicine.
Read the rest here.
It was just more fake news from the mainstream media.