Joe Rogan Gets CNN’s Sanjay Gupta to Admit the Network Purposefully Lied About Horse Paste

Shockingly, Sanjay Gupta went on the Joe Rogan show.

Not so shockingly, Joe didn’t really take the opportunity to grill him on much other than him being accused of taking horse paste.

This is important though, and he really did get Gupta to basically admit CNN was consciously lying.

Kinda weird.

Fox News:

CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta admitted to podcast host Joe Rogan Wednesday that it was improper for the network to claim Rogan took “horse dewormer” as a COVID treatment.

On Wednesday’s installment of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan grilled the doctor on why someone like him who already had COVID and has antibodies should get vaccinated.

“By the way, I’m glad you’re better,” Gupta said.

“Thank you,” Rogan responded. “You’re probably the only one at CNN who’s glad … The rest of them are all lying about me taking horse medication.”

“That bothered you,” Gupta said, grinning.

“It should bother you too,” Rogan shot back. “They’re lying at your network about people taking human drugs versus drugs for veterinary.”

“Calling it a ‘horse dewormer’ is not the most flattering thing, I get that,” Gupta conceded.

“It’s a lie,” Rogan pushed back. “It’s a lie on a news network … and it’s a lie that they’re conscious of. It’s not a mistake. They’re unfavorably framing it as veterinary medicine.”

Gupta pointed to the “snarky” statement released by the FDA saying, “You are not a horse. You are not a cow,” in order to encourage people to not take ivermectin, but Rogan remained persistent on calling out CNN’s coverage of a drug that’s been “given out to billions and billions of people” and resulted in a Nobel Prize.

“Why would they lie and say that’s horse dewormer?” Rogan asked. “I can afford people medicine motherf—er. It’s ridiculous! It’s just a lie! Don’t you think that a lie like that is dangerous on a news network when you know that they know they’re lying? … Do you think that that’s a problem that your news network lies?”

“What did they say?” Gupta asked.

The podcast host first told Gupta that his ivermectin was “prescribed to me by a doctor,” forciverng the CNN correspondent to say the drug “shouldn’t be called” horse dewormer.

“Does it bother you that the network you work for out and out lied, just outright lied about me taking horse dewormer?” Rogan grilled Gupta.

“They shouldn’t have said that,” Gupta admitted.

“Why did they do that?” Rogan asked.

“I don’t know,” Gupta responded.

“You didn’t ask? You’re the medical guy over there!” Rogan exclaimed.

“I didn’t ask,” Gupta said. “I should’ve asked before coming on this podcast.”

Gupta denied Rogan’s claim that CNN made the claims with “such glee” before playing a clip of “OutFront” anchor Erin Burnett calling ivermectin a “livestock drug.”

“I don’t think Erin had glee,” Gupta reacted.

“Well, it’s more Brian Stelter who was the gleeful one,” Rogan replied, referring to CNN’s left-wing media guru. “The point is that’s a lie.”

“It can be used for humans! I get it,” Gupta said.

“Not just could be used for humans, is often used for humans along with all the other drugs that I took. All human drugs,” the podcast host said. “They know it’s a human drug and they lied. It’s defamatory.”

“Yeah, they shouldn’t have done that,” Gupta reiterated. “I don’t know if it’s defamatory.”

“I bet it is,” Rogan asserted. “It’s a lie.”

I did a long article about this horse paste hoax.

Related: The Media is Just Openly Lying About Joe Rogan Taking “Horse Medicine”

Joe is right: it was not just something they were confused about. They were lying on purpose. CNN has an agenda to promote this vaccine, and if there is treatment for the alleged “coronavirus,” then there is no need for everyone to take the vaccine.

Gupta is a bit more serious than the rest of the Rogues’ Gallery at CNN. To his credit, he actually asked Anthony Fauci why people who have natural immunity should have to take the vaccine, which sent Fauci into a meandering rant of gobbledygook.

There are some good Indian doctors that have been pushing back against this hoax. Sanjay doesn’t push back against the hoax much, but he seems to have a bit more personal dignity than most of these people, at the very least.

Not that this means anything. He’s still just a scumbag and a terrible fiend.

Frankly, I did not listen to the whole episode of Joe Rogan. To be perfectly honest, I have not listened to a single episode of Joe Rogan since he went on Spotify. I don’t really even understand what Spotify is, actually. But I used to have Rogan on my podcast feed, and I would usually listen to something like this, but I am not going to download a special app to listen to Joe Rogan. I would feel ashamed.