Podcasting icon Joe Rogan slammed the corporate media's coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop saga on Saturday's episode of his popular show featuring former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker, the current CEO of a global intelligence firm.
In the program's segment, Baker noted the legacy media "love a good story."
"They don't just love a good story. They love a narrative, and they're willing to ignore facts to push that narrative. That's what scares me," Rogan said.
Rogan noted he believes there are objective journalists who work for The Washington Post and The New York Times. "There's real solid journalists out there," Rogan acknowledged, "but I don't necessarily know if you're getting all the information," he continued, causing Baker to break out in laughter.
"You're not sure?" Baker asked Rogan sarcastically.
"I think it's safe to say that some f*ckery is afoot," replied Rogan.
"The New York Times, just now, is admitting that the Hunter Biden laptop is real. And, we remember from the debates, with Trump bringing it up to Biden, and Biden saying, 'It's bullshit.' And it's a lie, a flat-out lie. Everybody knew it was a lie," Rogan went on, then referring to when The New York Post's bombshell report on the infamous "laptop from hell" was suppressed on Twitter in October 2020.
Rogan said the censorship "was just outright crazy," mentioning that the conservative news outlet is "one of the oldest newspapers in the country."
He stressed how "nobody is apologizing." CNN anchor Brian Stelter has refused to apologize for amplifying the "Russian disinformation" claim as well as the dozens of former intelligence officials who either doubled down or declined to comment.
"There's a dynamic here," Baker jumped in. "I love this topic, in a sense, not so much because of whatever the f*ck Hunter was up to, but in part, because now when you look at the liberal Dems and the progressives, it doesn't matter to them."
Baker elaborated further on the topic of left-wing apathy to the Hunter Biden laptop story, saying, "If you read some of the narrative that's out there now, the social media in the past day or so, ever since The New York Times came out with this, they're just dismissive of it. They don't care, or they're willing to overlook it."
"Which is the same thing they accuse the right of doing. Both sides—we've talked about this before—both sides are just so f*ked up," Baker added.