Joe Rogan CUT YouTube video after interview with rogue virologist warns of “Nazi USA”

YOUTUBE has removed a video of Joe Rogan that shows him interviewing a virologist about the coronavirus.

Twitter is also said to have taken snippets from the podcast, sparking outrage from fans.


Dr Malone has been banned from TwitterCredit: Twitter / @ Lukewearechange

Joe Rogan no longer uploads full podcast episodes to YouTube due to his deal with Spotify.

The controversial episode was fan posted before it was deleted and may have been removed due to copyright concerns.

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The podcast episode originally appeared on New Years Eve and shows Rogan speaking to American virologist Dr Robert Malone.

Dr Malone has been banned from Twitter.

He was involved in the creation of the mRNA technology that helped create the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

The virologist spoke on the podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience” for about three hours and made a number of controversial comments.

He compared the United States of today to Nazi Germany because he believes the country is developing a “mass training psychosis.”

This is believed to be something that happened in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s before Adolf Hitler came to power.

He said on the podcast: “It was, in essence, a European intellectual inquiry into what happened in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.

“A very intelligent and highly educated population and they’ve gone mad. And how did this happen? The answer is mass training psychosis.

“When you have a society that’s decoupled from each other and has floating anxiety, in a way that things just don’t make sense.

“We can’t figure it out. And then their attention is focused by a leader or a series of events on a little point, just like hypnosis. They literally become hypnotized and can be taken anywhere.”

Dr Malone made a number of anti-vax comments and called the government-imposed vaccine warrants “illegal.”

The day before his suspension from Twitter, he tweeted: “6-month Pfizer data shows Pfizer’s Covid-19 inoculations cause more disease than they prevent. Plus, a glimpse of the flaws in the Pfizer test in design and execution. “

The episode’s deletion sparked plots of outrage and online censorship.

One person tweeted: “It got deleted from YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. It’s censorship. Fortunately people go to Spotify where it’s still available and the censorship has made the podcast more popular.”

However, there are people who respond to outrage.

One person tweeted: “Twitter and YouTube are not the government. It’s not censorship.

“If you think that not being able to use the services of a private company is censorship, I would advise you to stop using them on purpose.”

Another said: “Isn’t it still available on its original site, Spotify? I know Youtube and Twitter removed the links, but if you pay the extra it’s available on Spotify, right? You don’t know why the outrage?

Joe Rogan has podcast deal with Spotify


Joe Rogan has podcast deal with Spotify

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