Rogan later offered his “sincere apologies” on Twitter.
Some of the most pernicious bad actors on the platform are cheering Twitter’s sudden decision to stop enforcing COVID guidelines.
The suit accuses Gold, who was convicted of trespassing on January 6, of misappropriating funds and attempting to re-seize control of the organization.
As a growing number of doctors preaching fringe COVID theories face threats to their medical licenses, powerful allies are helping them in their fight.
They’ve promptly spun the situation into more bait for their fans, support from a senator, and a new hashtag.
The Australian cricket legend died of a suspected heart attack last week, but conspiracists are baselessly linking the 52-year-old's death to the COVID vaccine.
“I’m not trying to promote misinformation, I’m not trying to be controversial,” said Rogan, who has done both.
Republican lawmakers have strong-armed the state’s medical licensing board, which deleted its warning against doctors spreading misinformation.
Magenta Pixie, a UK-based New Age luminary, has likened COVID vaccines to poison apples; her family says there is “no clear prognosis” on her condition.
The former New York Times reporter turned COVID misinformation clearinghouse was suspended for the stuff he’s been doing for months on end.