Former President Donald Trump has perfected a winning approach on how to deal with the hysterical left. With their endless shrieking, whining, race-baiting, censoring and cancelling, there’s really only one way to handle these whack jobs: fight back and never apologize.
That’s exactly how Trump advised Rogan as the popular podcast host digs deeper into the pits of hellish liberalism.
Trump released a written statement through his Save America website informing Rogan how to deal with the mobs of angry leftists who’re hellbent on cancelling his highly-popular podcast.
“Joe Rogan is an interesting and popular guy, but he’s got to stop apologizing to the Fake News and Radical Left maniacs and lunatics.”
“How many ways can you say you’re sorry? Joe, just go about what you do so well and don’t let them make you look weak and frightened.”
“That’s not you and it never will be!”
— Kristina Wong 🇺🇸 (@kristina_wong) February 8, 2022
Over the weekend, Rogan found himself in a touchy situation after a video compilation surfaced of him using the forbidden “N-word” without any context added.
This forbidden word has been highly weaponized by the left. They’ve given it magical powers as if its mere utterance can cause the entire black population to immediately feel the harrowing effects of slavery despite the context in which the word is used.
One slip of the tongue, reciting of song lyrics, or frank discussions about the word (not used in a racist context) is enough for ravenous cancel brigades of childish leftists to come scratching at your face.
Rogan subsequently apologized after the compilation surfaced (a major misstep) and essentially guaranteed his demise.
Oh dear lord, no, Joe, no! Don't start apologizing to the mob! Come on bro, you don't owe them a single thing, apology or explanation! This is a death sentence and once you walk the gallows of apologies with the left, they will eventually see you to your end. #JoeRogan pic.twitter.com/Birtm3HTlX
— Brad (@TheBradRules1) February 5, 2022
Prior to that, when Spotify announced it would be adding a “content advisory” warning to all episodes that discuss topics like the coronavirus after multiple creators pulled their work from the platform of Joe Rogan, the famed podcaster said that he supported the decision and even vowed to moderate himself.
Despite the calls to cancel Rogan, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said he would not be pulling the popular podcaster from the platform for fear of the “slippery slope” of cancel culture.
As we venture down this path of lunacy in the leftist clown world we’re all forced to inhabit, perhaps it’s best to shift our focus away from frivolous matters such as these and consider the fact that we’re in a fight to reclaim our basic freedoms, including our freedom of speech.
Author: Asa McCue