"The collusion between the media and the government is pretty apparent. Especially the left-wing media and the left-wing government," Rogan stated.
"It's pretty fu*king apparent that there's some narratives that get shared back-and-forth and they have talking points and they don't talk about things that they're not supposed to, like the Hunter Biden laptop story," Rogan announced. "Something that's actual news!"
"I mean this whole Russia collusion story has turned out to be complete nonsense...and no one is being held accountable," the podcaster and host went on.
Meanwhile, Special counsel John Durham has now handed down another indictment, arresting Igor Danchenko, a grifter, a suspected Russian spy, and primary sub-source for the "Steele Dossier.” The Dossier was constructed by opposition-research shop Fusion GPS and backed by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign through its law firm, Perkins Coie.
The Clinton campaign and Democratic Party operators paid for these baseless charges, then spread the lies to government agencies and major media organizations. Clinton herself often perpetuated a conspiracy theory that she almost undoubtedly knew was false. A lawyer at the FBI doctored an email and applied it as the basis for a sworn statement to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, thus overlooking the fact that the underlying evidence was a partisan document and Obama officials unmasked members of the opposition party throughout an election.
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act applications used to spy on Page were riddled with 17 "significant errors." More importantly, Horowitz testified that "the FISA applications relied entirely on information from the . . . primary sub source's reporting to support the allegation that Page was coordinating with the Russian government on 2016 U.S. presidential election activities."