2 thoughts on “Joe Rogan, Spotify CALLED OUT By Medical Experts & MDs For “False And Societally Harmful Assertions”…

  1. feinmann

    You have invited me to share what I think about this item, so here goes …

    Well done Kim Iversen for correcting Mr Grim at 6 minutes in. People are desperate to hear an alternative to the toxic 24/7/12 propaganda spewed out endlessly by the conjoined MSM/Pharma/Government monster doing its utmost to devour all of us. In excess of 50 million views for the Robert Malone JRE discussion, and 20 million views for the Peter McCullough JRE discussion quantifies that desperation.

    Clearly none of those captured medical expert signatories calling out Spotify would dare to debate Messers Malone and McCullough face to face on any one of the falacies raised in their letter, because they know they would lose spectacularly. So their cowardly stance is political not scientific. They perceive JRE’s ability to reach such a huge audience as a real threat to toppling the dominant narrative that has held sway since November 2019.

    Steve Kirsch has challenged anyone to an on-camera, face-to-face debate, who disagrees with him regarding his claim that Covid vaccines have killed around 200,000 Americans. No-one has accepted that challenge, even though he has offered a million dollars to the challenger to debate: https://www.nutritruth.org/single-post/1-million-challenge-have-covid-vaccines-killed-~200-000-americans

    Grim’s faery-tale whinging that JRE does not support such debates is more ill-researched media lies; I recall Sanjay Gupta being crucified by Joe Rogan on Gupta MSM-lying and disinformation-spreading on the subject of Ivermectin for example.

    Meanwhile, excess mortality in the US continues to climb, and MSM continues to fail to report it. Life insurance eaths in Indiana for ages 18-64 are up 40%, would on the face of it be rather newsworthy I would have thought, but no, all you hear is crickets: https://www.thedesertreview.com/opinion/columnists/life-insurance-deaths-up-40—dr-robert-malone-s-chilling-analysis/article_d24bccac-6f38-11ec-912f-1f6d8fc5fac4.html

    Good to see you are including a few not-the-dominant narrative items Steve. About time too. Kim Iversen seems to get it for sure.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Thank you for this, feinmann.

      “Good to see you are including a few not-the-dominant narrative items Steve. About time too. Kim Iversen seems to get it for sure.”

      I aim to please. 🙂

      I know you’ve been under the impression that I’ve been too middle of the road on this subject…but I have been sharing content from various viewpoints…Some of it has been Jimmy Dore, or even Dr. Campbell…So, you might have been inclined to skip over it.

      Mostly, I’ve been sharing content from sources I’m already familiar with, that’s been ending up in my in my recommendations.

      It’s never been an intention of mine to tilt this one way or the other [on this blog]…More to do what I normally do, with topics I’m no expert in…Listen, learn, contemplate, and mostly keep my own voice reserved.

      I think a lot of people are talking…but they don’t all honestly understand what they’re talking about.

      I’m not directing that at the people you cite…I’m just saying, in the general population…A lot of people are working themselves up…Critical thought seems to be going out the window…on most fronts.

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