Joe Rogan once again found himself in the spotlight when he claimed that the media had “rigged” the 2020 election, sparking widespread attention. During his recent conversation with Tom Segura, Rogan expressed his belief that while the election may or may not have been directly rigged, media manipulation undoubtedly influenced it. This viewpoint resonates with many Americans, regardless of their stance on whether the election was stolen or rigged.
Rogan specifically highlighted the cover-up of Hunter Biden’s laptop and the fabrication of Russian collusion stories as forms of political manipulation that may have swayed the American public in favor of electing President Joe Biden for a second term, rather than former President Donald Trump. He pointed out that left-wing media chose not to cover a story they deemed damaging to the Biden campaign, while heavily focusing on Trump and attempting to portray him as involved with Russia, despite the lack of evidence.
“That is a way you are going to rig an election without rigging an election”
Joe Rogan and Tom Segura discuss how corporate media, big tech and the FBI rigged the election against Donald Trump. pic.twitter.com/DU94dhjuv9
— Mythinformed (@MythinformedMKE) July 5, 2023
Rogan’s perspective holds weight as he argued that it is easier to mislead individuals than to convince them they have been misled. Many people were undoubtedly misled during the course of the 2020 election, and post-election polling revealed that knowledge of the Hunter Biden laptop story and Biden’s attempts to conceal it would have affected voting decisions. Therefore, the media undeniably influenced the outcome of the 2020 US presidential election in their efforts to remove Trump from office.
Furthermore, Rogan recounted an incident involving Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, who admitted on his show that he had received directives to remove any content related to the Hunter Biden laptop narrative. This disclosure raises questions about the ongoing uncertainty surrounding future presidential campaigns and the potential emergence of unforeseen developments in the pursuit of the presidency.
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