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Will Spotify Ban Joe Rogan? Hundreds of doctors sign letter after Dr. Robert Malone

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A total of 270 medical professionals urged Spotify to make new changes after Rogan found the controversial Dr. Robert Malone had moderated on his podcast

An open letter signed by hundreds of doctors, scientists and medical students called on Spotify to implement a strict policy on misinformation after accusing comedian Joe Rogan of promoting “misinformation” about vaccines on his podcast.

A total of 270 medical professionals and students called on the streaming service to make amends after Rogan beat the controversial Dr. Robert Malone hosted episode # 1757 of The Joe Rogan Experience. The veteran scientist who was part of the team that invented the mRNA technology used in the Covid-19 vaccination said drug companies that deliver vaccines have “financial conflicts of interest.” He also compared the status quo in the US to Nazi Germany, claiming that society suffered from “mass education psychosis” because of the use of vaccines.


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The letter alleged that Rogan had a penchant for “spreading misinformation, particularly regarding the COVID-19 pandemic,” and that Malone promoted “baseless conspiracy theories” during his appearance on the podcast, including “an unsubstantiated theory that social leaders the ‘hypnotized’ publicly. ‘”The letter added,” Dr. Malone is one of two youngest JRE guests who compared pandemic policy to the Holocaust. These actions are not only offensive and offensive, but also medically and culturally dangerous. “

Malone explained the apparent mass psychosis phenomenon in the episode that was released on New Years Eve. “It was basically a European intellectual inquiry into what the hell happened in Germany in the 20s and 30s. Very intelligent, highly educated people, and they went insane,” he said. “And how did that happen? The answer is mass education psychosis. When you have a society that has become disconnected from each other and has free-floating fear in the sense that things don’t make sense. We can’t understand it. ” And then their attention is drawn to a small point by a ladder or series of events, just like hypnosis. You are literally hypnotized and can be taken anywhere. “

Video streaming giant YouTube took the episode off its platform shortly after it went live. Meanwhile, Malone’s Twitter account was banned just hours before he appeared on the show for violating his community guidelines. The episode was still available on Spotify at the time of publication.

One of the signatories, Dr. Katrine Wallace, described Rogan as a “public health hazard” and complained that people like Malone should not be given a platform. Speaking to Rolling Stone, she said his claims were “marginal ideas that are not supported by science”. She added, “When you have it on a huge platform, there seem to be two sides to this problem. And that really doesn’t exist. The overwhelming evidence is that the vaccine works and is safe. ”Meanwhile, Dr. Ben Rein, a neuroscientist at Stanford University, added, “People who do not have the scientific or medical background to see that the things he is saying are not true and incapable of being facts from fiction distinguish will believe what [Malone is] say, and this is the biggest podcast in the world. And that’s terrifying. “

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