Podcast star Joe Rogan, who headlines The Joe Rogan Experience, eviscerated Hollywood on Friday for pretending to push gun control laws, while deifying the use of guns in recent movies.
On episode #1525 of the show, Joe Rogan spoke to comedian Tim Dillon about the hypocrisy of the liberal left.
“Isn’t it [effing] wild that Hollywood in general is very anti-gun, but they promote guns more than any other media on the planet?” Asked a speculative Rogan, as per a transcript provided by Fox News.
“All their best movies, whether it’s The Gray Man, or whether you’re watching The Terminal List or Mission Impossible. It’s all – ‘guns save the day.’ Guns kill aliens, guns kill werewolves, guns kill everyone. Everyone bad gets killed by guns.”
To further emphasize the insanity of Hollywood’s hypocrisy, Rogan summarized Hollywood’s view on guns saying, “But guns are bad and you shouldn’t have guns,” a stance that rogan calls “crazy.”
Tim Dillon, a frequent guest on The Joe Rogan Experience who also has a show of his own, continued piling on with an observation.
“Well, these are also the same people that live in these 20,000 square foot homes and fly private jets,” Dillon added, “but talk endlessly about climate change. The same people.”
“I get it. Because if they start paying you the kind of money they make to ‘play pretend,’ they start paying you that kind of money to play ‘dress up’ – $80 million a year, $40 million a year, you start to go crazy,” Dillon explained.
Dillon continued to explain how Hollywood became so out of touch with Americans, saying they “developed this cognitive dissonance where you see yourself as something completely different than what other people see and your behavior as something that’s completely different.”
Dillon says that the liberal elites “don’t view that as hypocrisy. They view it as like, ‘yeah guns are bad, but we can make them good.’”
Rogan interjected with what everyone else is thinking, saying “That’s so crazy.”
Dillon carried on with his synopsis of the Hollywood affliction, “But, that’s literally the way they think – ‘Guns are not good, but in our hands, they’re great because we can craft a narrative that makes them justified to have.”
“And that woman that lives in her house who protected herself against an intruder? Yeah. That’s not ‘Mission Impossible.’”
“So that’s how crazy they are,” Dillon concluded.
Rogan finished the conversation in a concise fashion, “it doesn’t seem odd if you think about what they do, they make fake things. So of course they’re fake,” he finished.
Watch that conversation about Hollywood hypocrisy here:
Joe Rogan is no stranger to battling against the insanity and cancel culture of Hollywood.
Since earning a massive exclusivity deal with Spotify, the music and podcast streaming service, he has faced constant scrutiny from people who he offends with his rants.
When coming out in defense of his good friend Dave Chapelle, who was attacked on-stage after making what some deemed to be an inappropriate joke against the trans community, Joe squared up against an entire movement inside of Hollywood.
As long as people like Rogan continue to hold the left responsible for its hypocrisy and insanity, free speech remains our greatest tool to maintain freedom in this country.