Joe Rogan Accuses CNN Of Deceptively Altering His Video–Here Is The Evidence

Looks like CNN may have been caught lying about another one of their political enemies.

Joe Rogan is now accusing CNN of doctoring a video of him.

CNN also smeared Rogan in a headline–they called Ivermectin “horse dewormer” which is like anyone drinking water is drinking “horse drink.”

From The Post Millenial: 

On Friday, Joe Rogan accused CNN of “yellow journalism” after the outlet appeared to alter a video of the podcast host announcing that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

Rogan posted a comparison video to his Instagram on Friday with the caption “Yellow Journalism,” accompanied by the hashtag “fake news.”

The video was originally posted to his account in September, where he announced that he had tested positive for the virus and told his followers that he was taking “monoclonal antibodies, Ivermectin, Z-Pak, Prednisone, everything” to combat it.
Rogan’s comparison video shows that original video on the bottom, and a version of the video that appeared on CNN, which appears discolored, with Rogan appearing more sickly.

The mainstream media fact-checkers raced to defend Biden but the evidence is overwhelming.

Here is the doctoring:

Joe Rogan accuses CNN of 'yellow journalism,' altering his COVID-19 announcement video

WATCH-Joe Rogan CALLS OUT fake news CNN for deceptively altering his video

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