Joe Rogan Is So Disappointed When He Realizes His New Conspiracy Theory Is BS

Joe Rogan started sparking outrage on his podcast with news that it was illegal for the government in Australia to have a plan for people to grow their own food. When building the story, he sent a producer off camera, looking for an article so he could add details. Then he found out it was all fake.

[Screenshot via Joe Rogan/Spotify]

Rogan built a story about how the new law was aided by a crop epidemic, complete with mock mocking voices and exaggerated facial expressions. He further elaborated in his own conspiracy theory as to exactly why an indoor garden would be outlawed. Spoiler alert – vaccines, of course.

However, when Rogan forges a full background for this supposed piece of legislation, we can hear his producer trying to look it up and saying he can’t find anything. – “except that, it’s a wrong thing.” The audience couldn’t tell what the ‘fake thing’ was being named, but Rogan and his guest, Bryan “Hotep Jesus” Sharpe, quickly assured the audience that everything was always fake at first, then it was real.

“They’re trying to pass a bill that would ban you from growing your own food in Australia… I want to know what their justification is, but I’m pretty sure it has to do with agricultural pollution.. I mean you have justifiable if you’re a real piece of sh*t… these goddamn creeps. They caught everyone well during the pandemic, they locked up everyone in Australia…”

He surmised that stopping people from growing their own food would “smoke the anti-vaxxer out” and people wouldn’t be allowed to go to the grocery store in Australia if they weren’t vaccinated, so they would be forced to get vaccinated. ask for COVID-19 or starve.

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Of course, the truth in Rogan’s fear of failure even before he discovers the latest horror, is all in his imagination. As 9 News reported back in November on shopping restrictions – banning unvaccinated customers from entering unnecessary Retail stores in Victoria, Australia – were removed before Christmas.

The Victorian Government has released a fact sheet correcting these claims.

“The amendments will not result in the destruction of crops, nor will they prevent people from growing their own food.”


Steph Bazzle

Steph Bazzle reports on social and religious issues for Hill Reporter. She focuses on stories about people’s right to practice what they believe in and to have the support of their communities and government officials. You can contact her at Joe Rogan Is So Disappointed When He Realizes His New Conspiracy Theory Is BS

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