Will Cain on Joe Rogan controversy: Mainstream culture is accepting censorship

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Will Cain on Joe Rogan controversy: Mainstream culture is accepting censorship

Will Cain, co-host of "Fox & Friends Weekend," praised Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson for expressing support for Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan on Twit

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Will Cain, co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend,” praised Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson for expressing support for Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan on Twitter. On “Fox & Friends First” Wednesday, Cain said it’s rare to see people advocate for free speech in the midst of mainstream culture that seems to be ‘accepting’ censorship.

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WILL CAIN: It’s the pop culture, acceptable thing right now to call for misinformation. I was driving around in Dallas the other day listening to what used to be one of my favorite sports radio stations – a host who could have been canceled any of a thousand times over the last 20 years – openly say, ‘Well, you have a responsibility when you’re talking about public health’ and call for censorship. I was appalled, but I think that ultimately those sports radio hosts were sheep because mainstream, acceptable culture right now seems to be accepting censorship. 

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So here’s Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson swimming the other way, swimming upstream and saying he supports Joe Rogan. I find that very encouraging. Most notably because I think it is rare. Unfortunately, I think it’s pretty rare today to be, as you described me, so gratuitously and accurately I might say, as a free speech proponent. Who in the United States of America now truly stands for free speech?

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