Tuesday 17 May 2022 10:01 PM Joe Rogan mocked for ranting about fake news story on Spotify podcast - and ... trends now

Tuesday 17 May 2022 10:01 PM Joe Rogan mocked for ranting about fake news story on Spotify podcast - and ... trends now
Tuesday 17 May 2022 10:01 PM Joe Rogan mocked for ranting about fake news story on Spotify podcast - and ... trends now

Tuesday 17 May 2022 10:01 PM Joe Rogan mocked for ranting about fake news story on Spotify podcast - and ... trends now

Joe Rogan is being mocked for ranting about a false story about Australians being banned from growing their own food - before being told live on air that it was fake.

Rogan, 54, who has been criticized in the past for repeating COVID-19 misinformation and conspiracy theories, was convinced a lawmaker in South Wales,  Australia was trying to 'pass a law that won't allow you to grow your own food.' 

He mocking did an impression of the lawmaker stating: 'And they were saying: "Well you can grow your own food, but what about diseases from your food, and it affects the population, [and] kills us all. We can't have that."

'I want to know what their justification was, but I'm pretty sure it had to do with agricultural contamination. You could justify it if you're a real piece of s**t,' he said Thursday's episode. 

He went to continue mocking the lawmaker: '"Most pandemics have come from agricultural, animal agricultural. We can't have unchecked pig ownership. That's not fair. We can't have you growing vegetables, what if your vegetables [intelligible] got in them and diseases.' 

Joe Rogan, 54, was mocked for ranting about a fake news story on his podcast and realizing live on air that it was fake. Rogan was convinced that someone in Australia was trying to 'pass a law that won't allow you to grow your own food'

Joe Rogan, 54, was mocked for ranting about a fake news story on his podcast and realizing live on air that it was fake. Rogan was convinced that someone in Australia was trying to 'pass a law that won't allow you to grow your own food' 

Rogan went on to call Australians 'f**king creeps' and said the government 'got a good grip on people during the pandemic,' indicating that's the reason he thought such a law could come about. 

'We gonna stop these motherf**kers from growing their own food,' he continued to mock. 'Because that's how you smoke out an anti-vaxxer, because you can't go to a

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