Joe Rogan Ponders Suing CNN for Claiming He Was Taking Horse Medicine For COVID (VIDEO)

Joe Rogan recently wondered on his widely watched podcast if he should sue CNN.

A couple of weeks ago, Rogan contracted COVID and took a drug that was prescribed to him by a doctor, but the left wing media hyped and repeated a story that he was taking a drug meant for horses.

Now he is wondering if he should take legal steps. He should.

The Wrap reports:

Joe Rogan Floats Suing CNN Over Coverage of His COVID Case

Podcast host Joe Rogan wondered Tuesday if he should sue CNN for the network’s coverage of his COVID-19 diagnosis.

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“Bro, do I have to sue CNN?” he asked after a “Joe Rogan Experience” guest jokingly called him “old ‘Horse Worm’ Rogan.”

Rogan revealed he had contracted COVID-19 last week and, after publicly saying he’s using unproven home treatments like Ivermectin, medical experts spoke out against him. CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner debunked the host’s methods last Wednesday night, saying Rogan has been using and promoting a “crazy jumble” of unproven remedies.

Rogan — who has repeatedly questioned the necessity and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines — railed against the cable news channel Tuesday, saying, “They’re making s— up. They keep saying I’m taking horse dewormer. I literally got it from a doctor. It’s an American company. They won the Nobel Prize in 2015 for use in human beings and CNN is saying I’m taking horse dewormer. They must know that’s a lie.”

Watch the video:

He should sue.

The media is never going to stop doing this stuff until someone hits them where it hurts.

 

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