Watch Joe Rogan Realize In Real Time The Story He’s Ranting About Is Actually Fake News

The awkward moment in which Joe Rogan slowly realized the subject he was ranting passionately about was actually fake news has gone viral on social media.
In an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast released on Spotify last week, host Rogan addressed plans (nonexistent) to ban people in Australia from growing their own food.
The people behind the (debunked) proposals are "bloody creeps," Rogan raged, suggesting it was an extension of COVID pandemic restrictions and a way to smoke out anti-vaccination.
However, things quickly went awry for Rogan when he couldn't prove the story. Neither he nor his producer could find any concrete details about the plans online.
"It has to be a, a real thing. It seems too good not to be," admitted Rogan, whose show has recently been mired in coronavirus misinformation and racism scandals. He has admitted that he is a "fucking idiot" and "not a respected source of information, even for me".
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"Hell, it better not be fake. It could be fake," he added.
Watch the video here:
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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