Crimes Against Insanity

Cory Bernardi
Cory Bernardi
Crimes Against Insanity

Challenging the fake news is fraught with risk. It's best described as a crime against insanity.

Many of you may have heard of Joe Rogan.

For those who haven't he is a comedian, podcaster and UFC commentator. As an indication of his influence, his podcast was bought by Spotify for a reputed US $100 million.

He has a huge audience and also had a positive COVID-19 test after feeling ill.

Rather than sit and wait to see if he recovers, which is the current medical recommendation, Rogan decided to become pro-active with his treatment.

That's when the numpties in the media and the outrage industry went crazy.

This post is for subscribers only. To read it, please sign in to your account or subscribe for FREE access.

Already have an account? Sign in
Great! Next, complete checkout for full access to Cory Bernardi Confidential
Welcome back! You've successfully signed in
You've successfully subscribed to Cory Bernardi Confidential
Success! Your account is fully activated, you now have access to all content
Success! Your billing info has been updated
Your billing info was not updated