Joe Rogan’s Interview of Roger Waters is Even Worse Than You Could Have Imagined

Last week, Joe Rogan had Roger Waters on his podcast.

Since Rogan is known for discussing issues with people of all stripes and political persuasions, having Waters on his show was not alone any indication that Rogan himself shared his guest’s beliefs.

Or so I wanted to believe.

It became apparent watching the entire almost-three hours (the things I do for you!) that Rogan not only did not challenge Waters on his lies – he largely agreed with him. No wonder Rogan has had the detestable Abby Martin on his show numerous times and even calls her his “friend” in this.

Here’s the entire show for those with the time and the stomach for it:

There are too many lies and just generally vile statements I could point out, but I’ll try to highlight a few.

Naturally, Waters denies he is an antisemite. But given he actually is one, it does not take him too long to prove it.

But it gets even worse.

Waters actually defends the “democratically elected” Hamas as having “a legal and moral right to resist the occupation”, and suggests their rockets aimed at Israeli civilians do very little damage:

If that wasn’t bad enough, he accuses Israel of deliberately killing palestinian Arabs, in order to cause them to act violently, so we can kill even more of them. Because Jews can do not right and palestinian Arabs can do no wrong, apparently:

I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that “human rights defender” Waters would be like a giddy schoolgirl when meeting the Iranian ambassador to the UN:

Waters also repeats the old lie about the Neve Shalom audience reacting with dead silence when he called for them to try and make peace – the same lie I last debunked here:

We already knew Roger Waters was a lying POS, but some of the above things go even beyond what he has said before.

As for Joe Rogan, what a huge disappointment.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media