Who cares. A slight fudge as a fu** you.If you watch the video it wasn't about vaccines. CNN repeatedly claimed Rogan took a "horse dewormer" when he actually took Stromectol that was prescribed to him by a doctor. Brand is asking why a news organisation would take such a stance.
It's a matter of factual accuracy vs inaccuracy.Out of all the ways corporate media like CNN frames and distorts, who gives a fu** about their snide remark about Rogan.
Meh. If people focus on this as an example of media bias rather than the litany of substantive things that corporate news contort and frame, have at it.That's not an argument in defence of CNN.
You sound like a Trump fan who can't defend his malfeasance so simply insists it doesn't matter.
Again, that's not a defence of CNN.Meh. If people focus on this as an example of media bias rather than the litany of substantive things that corporate news contort and frame, have at it.
It's tabloid sh*t fight.
It’s just…so what. Maybe it’s a lie, maybe it’s them not knowing, maybe it’s them having a dig.Again, that's not a defence of CNN.
Joe Rogan claims CNN misled its audience in an attempt to make him appear ridiculous. There are plenty of legitimate criticisms of Rogan but his complaint against CNN seems legitimate in this instance.
You don't appear to disagree. You're saying only that it doesn't matter, which really has nothing to do with the facts.
I feel like my previous post covers this.It’s just…so what. Maybe it’s a lie, maybe it’s them not knowing, maybe it’s them having a dig.
They’re a corporate media org that has assumed an anti Trump posture as a marketing exercise. They di worse everyday
Yes, it's a question.That's a separate question.
I think it's perfectly legitimate to present the evidence (or lack of evidence) on that point. If CNN had stuck to that, they'd be on solid ground.
Again, that's not the issue.Yes, it's a question.
Joe Rogan has been promoting it. Do you think that might be why CNN took the piss out of him?