Joe Rogan went on to make an anti-transgender and anti-gay talk on a recent episode of his podcast, calling gays and transgender people “the fiercest” proponents of abolition culture.
Rogan, 53, claimed on the July 21 episode of Joe Rogan’s Experiment that gay and transgender people have been ‘bullied’ and so are now stalking people who are not members of the LGBTQ community, as spotted by Mediate.
‘You know what’s going on with the left – a lot of it, they’re bullies and a lot of progressive people, who are really begin-minded, unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there,’ Rogan said on the July 21 episode of his podcast:
Comedian Shane Gillis, who joined Rogan on his show, admitted that he was a bully himself but that he was “not unkind.”
Joe Rogan went into anti-transgender and hateful talk on a recent episode of his podcast, calling gay and transgender people the most malicious heroes of abolition culture.
Comedian Shane Gillis, who joined Rogan on his show, admitted he was a bully himself but was “not unkind.”
“So now they have a lot of resentment and want to go following people,” Rogan said.
Gillis then made comments about “nerd anger” describing it as “the saddest and the saddest anger”.
Also, people – they don’t have much love in their lives. ‘If they have love,’ said Rogan, ‘it’s like, very conditional and very unstable.’
He then admitted that he was making “mass generalizations about vast sections of people” but described it as “a personality trait where they criticize LGBT people, particularly on the left, as being “completely unsympathetic”.
Most of these people have experienced profound pain in their lives. It’s those old expressions that hurt people. This is why the left-wing abolitionist culture is so sinister,” Rogan said.
“The most heinous nonsense comes from transsexuals or homosexuals,” he added.
‘Yes, they are all excited. What triggered them all? Then Gillis said.
They have been bullied. They are angry. They have been chosen. So, when something happens – they come for you, Rogan said.
Rogan has been known to make offensive comments to the LGBTQ community.
On a March episode with comedian Jim Brewer, Rogan tapped into the motivations of people who relocate—claiming that the “problem” is that people “get recognition for transmitting their gender.”
“Then it gets interesting to people to talk about, and then you get scolded for even discussing it in any weird way,” Rogan said.
“And then the people who are marginalized for being — like, generally unintelligent people, if they move on and become another gender, they’re going to get recognition,” he added.
“There are a lot of fools out there, but then they get fleeting, and all of a sudden now we think they’re amazing.”
In 2013, Rogan referred to mixed martial arts fighter Fallon Fox—a transgender female who relocated in 2006—dubbing her the “Controversial Man.”
‘She calls herself a woman but… I tend to disagree,’ Rogan said in his podcast on The Bleacher Report.
She used to be a man but now she has, she’s transgender which is ( ) the official term that means you’ve been through it, right? And you want to be competent to fight women in mixed martial arts. I say there is no way.
He continued, “I say if you have had a penis at some point, you also have all the bone structure that comes with having a penis. You have bigger hands, you have bigger shoulder joints.
You are a sexy man. This is a man, okay? I don’t concern if you don’t have a penis anymore.
The broadcaster recently came under fire for telling young people not to get the COVID vaccine and even admitting that he was ‘not a respectable source of information’ and calling himself a ‘f**king moron’ while retracting those comments.
The previous Fear Factor host said on an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience – the world’s most popular podcast on Spotify – that young people shouldn’t get vaccinated.
He has also worked as a lengthy-time UFC interviewer and color commentator, earning an estimated $100 million from his work.
Joe Rogan and his former controversies
Joe Rogan, who often supports liberal candidates for office, has faced controversy over his outright suspension.
Rogan has used the uncensored n-word several times on his show, usually when quoting others who have used it, online groups have created showing him using racial slurs.
He also hosted a number of guests on his show that proved controversial, notably conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of InfoWars.
Jones was banned by Spotify from appearing in content on the platform for creating ‘loathe content’, but Rogan interviewed him anyway and uploaded the interview to Spotify – prompting a quick backlash for allowing him to spread disinformation.
Rogan’s label often dismisses “political correctness” as he criticizes “cancellation culture,” but his comments and those of his guests have drawn accusations of transphobia and Islamophobia.
Bleacher’s report noted that he dubbed MMA fighter Fallon Fox the “af**king man” following her move in 2006.
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes once appeared on Rogan’s Show where he said Muslims are fungi. Rogan has also defended the McInnes and the Proud Boys in a number of episodes.
Variety reports that Spotify has dropped a number of Rogan episodes with far-right figures including Jones and McCains, as well as previous Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos.
The outlet noted that other episodes of the Joe Rogan Experience not available on the platform include those with Chris D’Elia – the stand-up comedian who has been accused of sexual misconduct.
In one episode with D’Elia beforetime in the coronavirus pandemic, Rogan bragged about being competent to get the coveted COVID tests at the time as angry fans called him. At the time, getting auditions was very firm.
In May 2020, Rogan signed a massive deal with Spotify that included (most of) his entire library of videos in a $100 million deal, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Later in the year, Spotify workers threatened to strike — claiming that not including the controversial episodes wasn’t enough, Digital Music News reported.
Then, Rogan issued a “rare public, corrective apology” for his allegations that left-wing anarchists set Oregon on fire, the outlet reported. Rogan made the allegations during an episode with Douglas Murray.