Joe Rogan is fed up with the media’s coverage of President Joe Biden, particularly their lack of attention to his missteps. On Tuesday, during his podcast, the host called out the press for their biased coverage and said they “conveniently leave out anything that it doesn’t want to be at the front and center.”
Rogan’s comments were sparked by the media’s focus on the January 6th Capitol riots, and their failure to cover the protests in France and other important news stories.
“How about the fact that the guy who’s the president right now can’t form a f—ing sentence. He makes up words and stumbles through things and no one says a God-d— thing about it,” Rogan said.
Rogan also noted the media suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story during the 2020 election, claiming that they were acting as a “propaganda machine” in their coverage of riots.
“They set a precedent and that precedent is you can stifle information that makes you uncomfortable, you can stifle discussions where people have points of view that you don’t agree with. And you think you’re right. So you think you should be able to stop those points of view. That is not the way to do it,” he said.
Rogan’s comments come at a time when the media is under fire for its biased coverage of President Biden and the Democrats. The media has been accused of pushing a one-sided narrative and stifling dissent.
It’s no wonder that people are losing trust in the media. When the media fails to hold Biden and the Democrats accountable for their mistakes, and instead focuses on stoking fear and division, it’s not hard to see why people are beginning to question the accuracy of their reports.
The media’s bias has become so glaringly obvious that even Joe Rogan, who is a political independent, can see it. And if someone like Rogan can see it, then it’s a sure sign that the media’s bias is reaching a critical point.
It’s time for the media to start doing their job and provide fair and balanced coverage, instead of pushing a one-sided narrative and stifling dissent. Otherwise, people will continue to lose trust in them and look elsewhere for the truth.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.