Podcaster Comments On ABC Show

Popular podcast host and comedian Joe Rogan slammed the ABC talk show “The View” this week, accusing it of being a “rabies-infested henhouse.”

Rogan’s comments came after co-host Sunny Hostin attacked a guest on the show, calling him a “charlatan of sorts.”

During a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan and his guest, independent author Coleman Hughes, discussed Hughes’ appearance on “The View.” Hostin had accused Hughes of being used as a “pawn by the Right” and of being a “charlatan of sorts.”

However, Hughes fired back, denying Hostin’s accusations and pointing out that she was avoiding the important conversations they were having.

Hughes stated, “I wasn’t expecting necessarily for her to kind of try to ambush me in that way and attack my character in that way, and I responded to it in the moment as I do, and I didn’t expect it to go as viral as it did, but I think it arguably went more viral than anything I’ve ever done,” Hughes said.

Rogan responded by saying that the show is known for its hate-watching and viral clips of the co-hosts saying ridiculous things. He accused “The View” of being a show that people love to hate and thrive on controversy. The show has been criticized for its biased and one-sided discussions on political and social issues.

Rogan stated, “Well, it is the show that people love to hate. They get so much hate-watching and hate-watching viral clips of them saying ridiculous things. I mean, it is a rabies-infested hen-house.”

Rogan’s comments come at a time when “The View” has been receiving backlash for its treatment of conservative guests. The show has become increasingly partisan in recent years, with little room for different viewpoints. This has led to many viewers accusing the show of being biased and unfair towards conservative guests.

Rogan’s criticism of “The View” resonates with many Americans who feel that the mainstream media ignores or dismisses their perspectives. With its constant attacks on Republican ideas and guest appearances, “The View” has become a symbol of the left’s refusal to engage in genuine debate and discourse.

As a popular podcaster and comedian, Rogan has a large following, and his criticism of “The View” will surely strike a chord with many listeners. With more people turning away from biased mainstream media and towards independent voices like Rogan, it’s clear that shows like “The View” are losing their credibility and relevance.