World-famous podcaster Joe Rogan remarked on Wednesday that while both sides of politics can be limited, today’s conservatives are more willing to allow free speech.
Rogan became famous and popular with people on both sides of the aisle, in large part due to his willingness to have honest, free conversations with anyone. He is also a staunch advocate for freedom of expression and debate, and has noticed the emergence of unusual political allies as society is besieged by a culture of abolition.
“Ordinary people obsess over viruses,” Rogan Malis said. “For example, we always want to look at people in a sect and say, ‘Wow, that would never be me, I’m too smart for that. These fucking morons, why do they believe this guy?” We are all receptive, all of us!”
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Rogan and Malice talked about how modern society and social networks allow people to ignore other people’s opinions if they do not agree with the list of controversial issues. Although the host noted that conservatives are not immune to this, he stated that they have taken up the mantle by at least allowing their opposition to speak out, unlike today’s left.
“So when I was a kid, the left was all about free speech and free expression – if you were like someone who never vaccinated their kids, you’d be much more likely to be left, you were the one who didn’t ‘Don’t trust pharmaceutical companies,” Rogan recalled as an example.
Later in the episode, he suggested that contemporary entertainment is a great example of how political parties have switched to certain issues.
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“The left used to talk about freedom, it was more like freedom of speech, freedom of expression, you know, for example, think of the comics that came from the left,” he said. “But then somewhere along the way the roles were reversed and I don’t even know if people are aware that it’s like a shift in the polar ice caps, like today, if you’re going to be the person who has a controversial comic book, you most likely will be on the right.
The changing political landscape has been a frequent theme on Rogan’s show, as he and guests such as comedian Russell Brand discussed how leftists of past decades who oppose establishment or free speech views are being smeared as far-right by modern liberals. .
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Rogan recently opened the Comedy Mothership venue in Austin, Texas as a haven for comedians and audiences from cancellation culture.
The official website’s FAQ page explicitly warned that controversial comedians would perform at the venue, asking “Should I research a comedian before attending a show?” The next answer explains: “Yes. Comedy is subjective and some comedians are not for everyone. Watching the YouTube clip or reading the headliner’s biography is a great way to get an idea of the upcoming performance.”