Podcast giant Joe Rogan blasted corporations and organizations for forcing trans ideology onto the entire country.
During a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” with rapper Ice Cube, while discussing the disaster Bud Light faces due to pushing trans ideology onto the public, Rogan asked why companies are sponsoring their own demise.
Rogan lamented why Bud Light decided to partner with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, which ultimately ruined the brand.
“I think this was a legitimate public outrage one, where they just pushed too far, and people went, ‘f*** you,'” Rogan said.
Rogan also brought up a similar situation that Target is facing, noting that the retailer “lost billions of dollars, too, because people are sick of this s***.”
“They’re sick of social things like that, that are controversial, getting stuffed in your face, and you have to accept it,” he said.
“And people are like, ‘I don’t wanna accept. I’m just coming here for f***ing toilet paper.'”
“They just don’t get it. They think it has to be in everything,” he said.
“Because of social media, everybody feels like they’re fighting some sort of social battle with everything they do,” Rogan said.
“And you know, and this is one, this is another one that’s like, it’s like forced compliance. You have to, you’re forced to comply with this,” he added.
“And, you know, it’s f***ing up women’s sports in a huge way, in a huge way,” he continued. “And some organizations are pushing back against that,” Rogan said.
“And some people are pushing back against the organizations that are pushing back against it, which to me is insane. Like, if you care at all about biological women, you should be against that.”
Rogan also highlighted how the normalization of transgender ideology has impacted women’s sports.
“It’s like what you have to do and how long you have to take hormones before you can identify as a woman to compete as a woman, like, just f***ing stop,” he said.
“There’s a reason why there’s women’s sports. And there’s a reason why there’s men’s sports. And you’re not talking about who you are, or what your truth is, ‘live your truth.'”