“Genocide is a worst-case scenario,” concedes CNN’s John Blake in an article about Joe Rogan that is taking the internet by storm. Published by CNN under the headline “Joe Rogan’s use of the n-word is another January 6 moment” it is a perfect distillation of the clown show that CNN has become.
Note that the concession isn’t that genocide is not a potential outcome of Joe Rogan’s podcast, but only that it’s the “worst-case scenario.” It comes after the author compares Rogan’s past instances of saying the n-word were compiled out of context and put in a video by an extreme activist group that is behind the attempted cancellation in the first place.
As you can see from the headline, Blake predictably related Rogan to January 6, which is a catch-all phrase for Democrats, the press, and progressives online to tar anything they want to tar. It’s the same as when they cry “racist” any time any person on the left is criticized, regardless of the races involved. And yes, that means the left will call a black conservative racist for criticizing a white progressive.
This article follows that insane mentality to its illogical but inevitable conclusions and was appropriate ripped to pieces by people on Twitter, not that it will make an iota of difference.
CNN published an analysis (opinion) by a producer which argues @joerogan’s use of the n-word in the past is “another January 6 moment”that must be met with severe punishment because he is white. https://t.co/CFTly3w0Xn
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) February 13, 2022
Having failed with phase one (“misinformation!”) and phase two (“racist!”), CNN has moved onto phase three, in which Joe Rogan is linked to insurrection, genocide, and segregation, and accused of helping undermine the progress the U.S. has made since 1945. https://t.co/pFsg9RUUIR
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) February 13, 2022
It’s as if @cnn is actively attempting to destroy whatever remaining audience they still have. pic.twitter.com/HmPydI6Vtc
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 13, 2022
David Reaboi has the million dollar question:
Can you be a laughingstock and a cancerous tumor at the same time? With a piece like this, CNN shows how it’s possible. Batshit crazy—and read how wistfully he talks about being powerful enough to ruin peoples’ lives. https://t.co/4UF3j9lInL
— David Reaboi, Late Republic Nonsense (@davereaboi) February 13, 2022
Feel free to answer it below. Or give us your Super Bowl picks (although we will also have a Super Bowl open thread later.)
Consider this an OPEN THREAD.
Scoop on Parler | Scoop on Gettr | Scoop on Rumble
Fred on Parler | Fred on Gettr | Fred on Rumble