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Rogan told Gupta that was never his intent, but more so to honor multiple sides of the equation. Rogan criticized CNN as “dangerous” for taking his COVID-19 treatment regimen out of context and “lying about me taking horse medication.” His stance mirrors previous public statements about CNN when he threatened to sue the network.

To treat his symptoms, the 54-year-old said on Instagram he turned to medicine ivermectin, among other unproven treatments. He also said he took monoclonal antibodies, which have been proven to work.

Ivermectin has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use by people and animals to treat parasitic infections, primarily in livestock. Using any treatment for COVID-19 that’s not approved or authorized by the FDA, unless part of a clinical trial, “can cause serious harm,” the agency said on its website.

Gupta isn’t the first to push back against Rogan’s views. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s top-ranking expert on infectious diseases, criticized Rogan’s stance on vaccines back in April. Gupta honored Rogan’s stance, despite disagreeing, in a separate column on CNN.

“I guess a small part of me thought I might change Joe Rogan’s mind about vaccines,” he wrote. “After this last exchange, I realized it was probably futile. His mind was made up, and there would always be plenty of misinformation out there neatly packaged to support his convictions.”

Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, launched in 2009 and has become one of the most popular podcasts in the country since. In 2020, Spotify acquired Rogan’s podcast library for a reported $100 million deal.


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