“CNN should not have said it was horse dewormer.” CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta faces backlash for telling the TRUTH

After appearing on The Joe Rogan podcast, Dr. Sanjay Gupta was cornered into talking about the accusation that Joe Rogan was taking “horse dewormer” (Ivermectin).


Dr. Gupta clarified that “CNN was wrong” for calling Ivermectin, a horse dewormer, the popular medication used to combat COVID-19. Usually, when someone would state their opinion on a matter, it would stop there. 

After the appearance, Sanjay Gupta went on a parade of defending CNN, assisting with Don Lemon’s doubling down and trying to save the face of CNN’s deception of their viewers.

The internet quickly noticed the cowardness of Dr. Gupta, changing face when he wasn’t in front of Joe Rogan.

Dr. Jordan B Peterson even weighed in on the matter with a one-word retweet when Joe started applying the pressure to Dr. Gupta.

Dr. Gupta openly decided to reach out to Joe Rogan to “enter the lion’s den” and had what seemed to be a conversation he kept skipping around questions.

Something I can admit for his case is that it does take some guts to reach out and offer to go to the podcast. Although, the cowardice to turn-tail on his opinions after the podcast shows the actual character. A character of a man who decided to write a 3,000-word experience of his time speaking with Joe, where he conveniently decided to take out the part where CNN was wrong about calling it horse dewormer, and how utterly defeated he was at every stance in this “den.”

If Dr. Gupta went into the lion’s den, by the end of the 3-hour podcast, he left wounded, bloodied, and missing both arms and a leg.

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