In a recent interview with TMZ, woke actress Sharon Stone has slammed comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan, calling him an “a—hole” and accusing him of “risking people’s lives with his idiocy” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
When asked about her opinion on Joe Rogan and the recent controversy with musician Neil Young’s campaign to deplatform the podcaster from audio streaming platform Spotify, the activist actress prefaced stating that she has won several awards for her activism.
“You know, I’m an infectious disease worker who has won the Nobel Peace Summit Award for my work in infectious disease, Harward awards, Einstein awards, you know, these kind of things,” said Stone, adding that she has also worked with Dr. Fauci for decades.
The woke actress went on, “I just want to say COVID is not an opinion-based situation, and Mr. Rogan thinking that his ‘opinion’ or a disclaimer for the lives that he personally has affected and caused losses of… it’s not an opinion.”
“Mr. Rogan is risking people’s lives with his idiocy and his professing that his thoughts about COVID are opinions; they aren’t opinions,” the woke actress declared, further adding that “COVID and infectious diseases are science, and they are fact-based situations.”
She elaborated, “So the pretence that these are opinions is dangerous, and [Joe Rogan]’s behaviour is dangerous. And so, the pretence that these are opinions and that he should put a disclaimer… he should put a disclaimer that he’s an a—hole. And that his behaviour is dangerous and affecting lives and deaths has been demonstrated by so many of the people that have lsot their lives by proclaiming the things he’s saying.”
Self-proclaimed “infectious disease worker” Sharon Stone doesn’t have any degrees in the medical field, and the awards she has been honoured with in the past are in no way, shape or form the credentials she thinks they are.
As a matter of fact, the insufferably woke actress did win the Nobel Peace Summit Award in October of 2013 for her activism against AIDS and her charity work towards this particular cause, not for her medical expertise, which is non-existent.
The Tibet Post reported at the time that Sharon Stone was honoured with the aforementioned award “for her activities that brought solidarity and new hope to the millions of people who have fought and are fighting against the tragedy of HIV/AIDS.”
According to the publication, other unbearably woke celebrities have won the Nobel Peace Summit Award in the past, such as musician Bono, Sean Penn, and George Clooney.
In August of 2020, the woke actress also blamed individuals who didn’t wear a facial masks for her younger sister’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
“My sister Kelly, who already has lupus, now has COVID-19. This is her hospital room. One of you Non-Mask wearers did this,” wrote Stone at the time.
The actress continued, ” She does not have an immune system. The only place she went was the pharmacy. There is no testing in her county unless you are symptomatic, & then it’s 5 day wait for results.”
“Can YOU FACE THIS ROOM ALONE? Wear a mask! For yourself and others. Please,” the woke actress urged her 2.9 million Instagram followers.
In case you were wondering, Sharon Stone’s younger sister did not succumb to her COVID-19 diagnosis in August of 2020. She is, in fact, standing right next to the activist actress in TMZ’s recent interview about Joe Rogan; both seen un-masked on the street.
Just days before this particular interview wherein the actress called Joe Rogan an “a—hole,” Stone had tweeted her support for Neil Young’s censorship campaign against the podcaster, writing, “I’m w @NeilYoung cancel my @Spotify accounts in the name of truth.”
Since Neil Young demanded Spotify to pull his music from the audio streaming platform, Joe Rogan has addressed the situation, stating, “I think there’s a lot of people that have a distorted perception of what I do, maybe based on sound bites or based on headlines of articles that are disparaging.”
He asserted, “The podcast has been accused of spreading ‘dangerous misinformation,’ specifically about two episodes — a little bit about some other ones — but specifically about two; one with Dr. Peter McCullough and one with Dr. Robert Malone.”
Rogan also argued that some of the information shared by his guests on The Joe Rogan Experience was deemed controversial in the past, but this has since changed and is now being accepted as fact.
“Like, for instance, eight months ago, if you said, ‘If you get vaccinated, you can still catch COVID and you could still spread COVID,’ you’d be removed from social media,” Rogan opined, adding, “They would ban you from certain platforms. Now, that’s accepted as fact.”
The podcaster also stated that he is open to the idea of having Spotify put a disclaimer on the episodes in which his guests talk extensively about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rogan also pledged to do his “best to try to balance out these more controversial viewpoints with other people’s perspectives so we can maybe find a better point of view,” as he did not “want to just show the the contrary opinion to what the narrative is.”
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