Rogan Uploads Evidence to Offset CNN Report

As most of you know, Joe Rogan had COVID last year.

He was unvaccinated when he contracted the virus, but his doctors threw everything but the kitchen sink at it, and he eventually recovered.

CNN covered his illness and shredded him over it, but they also did something else that is rather disgusting, and Rogan just called them out for it.

Yellow Journalism

So, we have seen networks shade pictures and videos before.

This was done quite a bit with Trump when he was in office.

CNN apparently did the same thing with Rogan.

Rogan has posted a video on social media telling his fans that he had COVID and what he was doing to recover from it.

CNN reposted the video, only it was altered.

Rogan looked much sicker in their video, almost with a grey color to him.

In the video that Rogan initially posted, his coloring was fine and quite frankly, he did not look sick at all.

Rogan posted the two videos for comparison on his Instagram account, calling out the network for obviously editing the video…


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Stanford professor Andrew Huberman stated, “In the world of scientific publishing (a solid enterprise), image manipulation of that sort would be considered worthy of a permanent ban from publishing, and major legal responsibility.”

AP fact-checkers ruled that Joe Rogan’s claim was false even with the apparent distortion.

AP reported, “False. An analysis of the video used by CNN in a report about talk show host Joe Rogan contracting COVID-19 found no sign that the color had been altered. CNN confirmed no changes were made to the color of the video.”

Oh, CNN said they didn’t do it, so I guess it never happened.

You guys saw both videos, what do you think?

Did CNN go too far in coloring the video, or is this much ado about nothing?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: The Blaze


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