Those of us who have watched “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast over the years know that host Joe Rogan is none of the things that the establishment corporate media make him out to be. Does he say controversial things at times? Sure. But you know why he felt comfortable saying them? Because he, as well as many of us, were under the impression that we had free speech in the United States.
UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya didn’t pull any punches when it came to how he feels about Rogan while at the press conference for his upcoming rematch against Robert Whittaker.
“I’ve been in this fight game since 2008,” Adesanya said, “and Joe Rogan is one of the nicest, coolest, humble mother f**kers I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Understand that.”
He continued by telling people to “f**k the noise” when it comes to the establishment media narratives and activist group coordinated attacks being directed at Rogan.
For Adesanya’s full comments, watch below (Note: Strong language throughout):
That’s some of the best advice Rogan could’ve been given at this point. With the “cancel culture” people, you basically just have to ignore them and keep doing your thing. Otherwise, those people will eat you alive, because they’re jealous of what you’ve got.
Related Twitter Video:
Biden's Department of Health and Human Services is providing a $30 million "safe smoking" kit program with your tax-dollars -- which includes crack pipes.— MRCTV (@mrctv) February 10, 2022
Nick Kangadis is back to take a dive into what this could mean on the latest episode of Things That Need To Be Said. pic.twitter.com/q4Kl2yvzYf