World War Rogan: Joe Apologizes for Saying Nigger Multiple Times and Calling Blacks “Planet of the Apes”

I was wondering when the media was going to drop the nigger tape. It was only a matter of time.

I didn’t want to mention it, because I know leftists read this site and I didn’t want to be responsible for being the one to inform them about something they clearly were not aware of.

The Guardian:

The podcast host Joe Rogan has offered “sincere and humble apologies” after footage emerged of him repeatedly using the N-word on his hit show.

The comedian, 54, who has a lucrative deal with the streaming giant Spotify, said it was the “most regretful and shameful thing” he has ever had to speak about, but stressed the clips were “taken out of context”.

Rogan has come under fire recently for sharing coronavirus misinformation on his hugely popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience.

Prominent musicians including Neil Young and Joni Mitchell have withdrawn their music from the service over its decision to continue hosting the show, which was reportedly acquired for more than $100m (£77m) in 2020.

The musician India Arie has also announced she would leave the streaming service in protest, saying she objected to Rogan’s “language around race”.

India Arie

She shared an edited compilation of clips of Rogan using the N-word more than 20 times on her Instagram account.

Addressing the montage in a video posted on his own Instagram account, Rogan said: “I’m making this video to talk about the most regretful and shameful thing that I’ve ever had to talk about publicly.

“There’s a video that’s out, that’s a compilation of me saying the N-word. It’s a video that’s made of clips taken out of context of me of … 12 years of conversations on my podcast, and it’s all smushed together, and it looks fuckin’ horrible, even to me.

Now I know that to most people there’s no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word, never mind publicly on a podcast, and I agree with that.”

“Now, I haven’t said it in years, but for a long time, when I would bring that word up, like if it would come up in conversation, instead of saying ‘the N-word’, I would just say the word.

“I thought as long as it was in context, people would understand what I was doing.”

Rogan said in some of the clips in the compilation he was quoting other people or referring to the title of a Richard Pryor comedy album, and in another instance he is discussing how it is “an unusual word”, adding: “It’s a word where only one group of people is allowed to use it, they can use in so many different ways. But it’s not my word to use, I’m well aware of that now.”

Rogan also addressed a clip that Arie shared of him telling an anecdote in which he appeared to compare being around black people with the film Planet of the Apes.

I assume that some Jews knew about these tapes too, and they were just waiting for the opportune time to drop the bomb. Maybe they sent them to this black woman or maybe someone else did.

Joe Rogan is in his 50s, and literally a comedian, so it’s obviously just about the most dishonest possible thing to go back and judge him for this sort of thing.

I mean, Joe Biden said the n-word multiple times in Congress itself.

It’s the same sort of “plausible deniability” situation, where Biden can say “I was only quoting someone.” But then you have the context of all that other stuff he said about black people.

This presumably takes World War Rogan to a whole other level, where they are going to try to get a bunch of politicized blacks – who are themselves against the vax – on the side of this anti-Rogan offensive.

Basically, silencing Joe Rogan is currently the number one goal of the left, second only to starting a war with Russia over Ukrainian border integrity.

I’m not going to call it. But there’s certainly a chance they’re going to win, and manage to silence the single most popular broadcaster on earth because he disagreed with them.