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The Rock Takes Up For Joe Rogan, Defends Logic

Usually an apolitical onlooker, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has made it known how he feels about the claims being made about Joe Rogan spreading misinformation about COVID-19 on Spotify.

The post of support came after Rogan took to Instagram Sunday to address the backlash from artists such as Neil Young, who had his music withdrawn from Spotify in protest.

Johnson commented on Rogan’s post in support:

“Great stuff here brother. Perfectly articulated,” he wrote. “Look forward to coming on one day and breaking out the tequila with you.”

The two share a friendship, with Rogan at one point saying he would vote for Johnson if he ran for office.

In the near 10-minute video, Rogan defended the guests he’s brought on, including Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone. McCullough has been outspoken against the vaccines for their ineffectiveness.

“I’m just a person who sits down with people and has conversations with them. Have I got things wrong before? Absolutely,” Rogan said. “But I try to correct things I have done, because I am interested in telling the truth and finding out what the truth is.

In the near 10-minute video, Rogan defended the guests he’s brought on, including Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone. McCullough has been outspoken against the vaccines for their ineffectiveness.

“I’m just a person who sits down with people and has conversations with them. Have I got things wrong before? Absolutely,” Rogan said. “But I try to correct things I have done, because I am interested in telling the truth and finding out what the truth is.

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Written by Malcolm Henry

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