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Hundreds of scientists and medical professionals asked Spotify to eliminate COVID misinformation after the release of another anti-wax episode Joe Rogan experience.

Rogan currently manages Spotify’s most popular podcast, After agreeing a $ 100 million deal in May 2020 to move the show to a streaming platform.

In a recent episode, Rogan spoke with Dr. Robert Melon, who said Americans were “hypnotized” to wear masks and get vaccinated and that the country was suffering from “mass formation psychosis”.

Twitter suspended Malone’s account earlier this month due to COVID-19 misinformation. He also compared pandemic-related policies to the Holocaust.

New open letter The document, signed by 270 members of the scientific and medical community, highlighted the episode, which aired on December 31, describing Rogan’s behavior as “not only inappropriate and insulting, but also medically and culturally dangerous.”

“By allowing the spread of lies and claims that are harmful to society, Spotify allows its media to undermine public confidence in scientific research and cast doubt on the reliability of information-based guidelines provided by medical professionals. “, – said in the letter.

“It’s not just a scientific or medical issue; it is a sociological issue on a catastrophic scale and Spotify is responsible for allowing this activity to thrive on its platform.

The interview has already been removed from YouTube, but Rogan and Spotify have not yet commented.

Earlier, Rogan was criticized for including incorrect information about COVID on his show. In April 2021, he was criticized for arguing that 21-year-olds should not be vaccinated.

“If you’re 21 and you’re like,‘ Should I get vaccinated? I’m going, no, ”he said. “Are you healthy, are you a healthy person? See, don’t act stupid, but be careful.

Last night tonight host Jon Oliver He called Rogan an “immoral idiot” for his remarks about unvaccinated youth. Oliver said on his May 2 show that fans shouldn’t listen to Rogan on the issue because it poses a threat to others.

Rogan later clarified his comments in another podcast episode after the protest, saying, “I’m not an anti-vaccine person. In fact, I believe they are safe and I encourage a lot of people to take them. I just said if a young person is healthy. If you’re human, you don’t need it. Their argument is that you need it for other people … Yes, it makes sense.

He added that it shouldn’t be a source of scientific advice: “I’m not a doctor, I’m an idiot and I’m a cage-fighting commentator, a dirty stand-up comedian. I’m not a respected source of information, not even for me. “



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