Rogan Torches Brian Stelter, CNN+: ‘Do You Listen To Other People? They Talk Very Differently Than You’ | Beaufort County Now | Joe Rogan, host of the popular “The Joe Rogan Experience,” slammed CNN’s Brian Stelter and the network’s new subscription streaming service CNN+, which is now closing down just weeks after it launched.

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    Joe Rogan, host of the popular "The Joe Rogan Experience," slammed CNN's Brian Stelter and the network's new subscription streaming service CNN+, which is now closing down just weeks after it launched.

    "If John Stuart thinks you're a piece of s***, I'm gonna listen, you know?" Rogan said last week. "But if Brian Stelter doesn't like you, that doesn't mean anything to me."

    "I ... try and never be mean about people because of their appearances, but a friend of mine said to me the other day, do you know how old Brian Stelter is? And I said ... 56. He said, look it up on your phone. He's like, 34 or something," guest Douglas Murray, an author, responded. "I couldn't stop laughing for the rest of the evening. I just couldn't stop laughing. I don't know ... everything about the guy is strange. Everything about him."

    "Very strange. His pattern of communication is so strange," Rogan said. "It's like, do you listen to other people? They talk very differently than you. And also, Krystal Ball from 'Breaking Points' was making fun of him the other day. She's like, why does he sit like this? Because you ever notice, he sits like this."

    After making fun of Stelter, Rogan continued, "One of my favorite moments was him with Bari Weiss, where Bari Weiss, 'How has the world gone crazy?' And she just rattles off one after another after another. Yeah. When you say silence is violence, when actual violence is violence, the world has gone crazy. The world's gone mad. And she just rattled all these off."

    On the news that CNN's new streaming service, CNN+, was closing down, Rogan noted that the network had pumped $300 million into the service.

    "They spent $300 million, they got 10,000 subscribers," Rogan said. "Imagine the hubris of thinking that something that people don't want for free, that you're gonna charge money for it."

    According to Axios, "CNN+ has roughly 150,000 subscribers so far," and The Verge reported that it had fewer than 10,000 daily active users.

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    TRANSCRIPT:

    JOE ROGAN: If John Stuart thinks you're a piece of s**t, I'm gonna listen, you know? But if Brian Stelter doesn't like you, that doesn't mean anything to me.

    DOUGLAS MURRAY: I ... try and never be mean about people because of their appearances, but a friend of mine said to me the other day, do you know how old Brian Stelter is? And I said ... 56. He said, look it up on your phone. He's like, 34 or something. I couldn't stop laughing for the rest of the evening. I just couldn't stop laughing. I don't know ... everything about the guy is strange. Everything about him.

    ROGAN: Very strange. His pattern of communication is so strange. It's like, do you listen to other people? They talk very differently than you. And also, Krystal Ball from "Breaking Points" was making fun of him the other day. She's like, why does he sit like this? Because you ever notice, he sits like this. ... One of my favorite moments was him with Bari Weiss, where Bari Weiss, 'How has the world gone crazy?' And she just rattles off one after another after another. Yeah. When you say silence is violence, when actual violence is violence, the world has gone crazy. The world's gone mad. And she just rattled all these off.

    MURRAY: We're speaking on this day where a CNN minus -

    ROGAN: Yeah, CNN+ went under. Oh, CNN minus.

    MURRAY: - just went under.

    ROGAN: They spent $300 million, they got 10,000 subscribers. Imagine the hubris of thinking that something that people don't want for free, that you're gonna charge money for it. We're gonna have a Jake Tapper book club. Jake Tapper seems like a great guy. But I mean, I feel like I don't have to pay for his book club. I [feel like] like you should put that on Twitter.


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