Joe Rogan Reflects on the PewDiePie Controversy

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Dan Smith : What's really insane is the fact that there's billions of dollars to future charities that has gone lost now. Pewdiepie has single-handedly done more for charities than the WSJ combined.

iforce2d : the guy in the video looks a lot like poppy harlow

Tyclone : We need to boycott the WSJ. Seriously screw them for trying to take down our site like that. They are scared that old media is dying and in that fear they sped up the dying of it.

Thickfam989898 : I like how he says "Poodiepie"

Officer Tenpenny : Joe need to get pewdiepie on jre

Joseph Vincent : Joe Rogan is my spirit animal.

Rene Villarreal : "55 Million Downloads"

Anthony R : Joe "Downloads" Rogan

Greg Cawthorne : Joe _ "amazing how popular considering his grasp off english". Is it me or is it just an accent? Joe wtf

aceventuraify : Have Pewdiepie on the podcast

Taranbir Singh : He hit 69 million today 👏👏🤘💪

Bengt Henricsson : are they talking about the real gloria borger ? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

auscaliber1 : "such a shitty grasp of English", ah America. Still learning about the existence of places that aren't America.

Just.Observer : The irony is that Walt Disney himself was a well know anti-semite. Fact.

GamersBar : I had not watched pewdie for years before the WSJ bullshit , i watch all his videos now , guess how many WSJ articles i read ...

mghbhgm : "How can he be popular with such a shitty grasp of English?" Are you kidding me, Joe? You don't need to be able to speak English to be massively popular, let's just get that out of the way first. Secondly though, I would love to see you (or pretty much any other American for that matter) speak a second language as well as he does.

Ribsletics : love how Joe Rogan makes a statement as if he's the first person to think of it

stephen kilibarda : i found out about this dude because my ex's 5 year old brother always watched him. hes not a nazi and if he was hes the least threating nazi ive ever seen in my life.

Pathikrit Ghosh : The WSJ is the farthest thing from objective business news. When was the last time they published news that you wouldn't get anywhere else? If they are responsible journalists, where were they in 2008? Sucking up to Alan Greenspan, that's what. They didn't report on the bad investments, or the unnecessary risks that private pension funds were taking up, nor how people could ultimately lose their homes if they went around following Greenspan's deluded mind. They shut up anyone who pointed out that there could be problems. Didn't report the rampant lawlessness of the rating agencies. TL;DR: WSJ is proper bullshit.

jodi houts : I must say that Pewd's videos afterwards....when he became a "Christian" station were hilarious. Not smart funny like Carlin but silly funny like Robin Williams. And he has gotten even better. His book reviews are good too, but I wish he would do "Jitterbug Perfume".

DEVANSH SHARMA : After he was accused of being a Nazi, I started liking him even more :P

dylan scronce : How many bros out there? Im a lifelong BRO

Joe King : The point of the sign was that Pewdiepie was showing how far people would go for a small amount of money... (some website I can’t remember which is comparable to craigslist) the big outcry with the sign in particular was that people claimed the two kids holding the sign had no idea what they were doing

Ryan Eder : Joe "Stares Strangely Intensely at Gaming Commentary" Rogan

adoredpariah : LoL at Joe trying to comprehend Pewdiepie's subscribership, you can hear the gears working of him trying to figure out how it is possible. Nobody knows Joe, it's weird. Sargon is pretty shortsighted on the issue though.

videogamenostalgia : Sargon of Akkad saying "Intellectual integrity is the most important thing" opened up a supermassive black hole of irony.

Spika Rooni : 12:57 These oldies don't realise that nazis have become a huge joke on the internet. Nazis have become a sort of joking reference point for the worst possible way to be. The point of seeing if those Indian guys would write 'death to all jews' is because that's among the worst things they could do, and their actions proved that they had zero filter. The nazi jokes are not "in poor taste", because the joke is that nazis are the worst. Joe just needs to meme more, get some meme lore, rack a mean score browsing comment sections at the meme store then he'll understand XD

FIGHTFANNERD9 : Stop immigration into Europe

Jaymes elliot : Can anyone remember any times in history where comedians were persecuted for their jokes? also free speech? how come hate groups aren't persecuted, and instead just frowned upon? they actually mean the shit they say--and yet they are allowed to exist. Why do we go after the people who are making parodies, and yet allow true hate groups to advertise and network? All hail Mine fuhrer Pewdiepie #freecountdankula #jimmycarrforpresident

Bedworms : As Voltaire says: "To know who rules over you, find who you can't criticize "

Green2Blue 30 : WSJ known and unfavorable to 13-18 year olds. Praise Kek.

mf Red : i love Joe but I wish he would let the guy talk about poods

Naerwyn : Pewds legitimately didn't think the fiverr guys would do that bit. It wasn't for shock. :/ The whole episode was about making requests that were so crazy they would be denied.

EXCEPT : This is amazing, screw the WSJ.

Ronnie James Osbourne : *_WSJ = SJW_*

Radheed Smith : 57 million and counting

jongberto : poody pie

Betternet : The crazy thing is that everyone knew about these jokes and had no problem then someone from wsj found out and acted like they were the first to hear the jokess

Pt0wN973b0iI : "Poo"DiePie

John 17 : 53 mil subscribers at time of WSJ video, now he has 55.9 mil. Good job WSJ, made him more popular.

Michael ONeill : "Deaf to all joos." - Pewdiepie

Polis : WSJ took a swing at one of the most famous people ever, to stay relevant. Big woop

AzzaRudders : What they did is framing and slander

Brother Tracy Stone : Sargon of Akkad is a joke.

Drunken Master II : Regardless of Pewdiepie adpocalypse would’ve happened anyway, it just precipitated it. It wasn’t an attack specifically on Pewdiepie, but on YouTubers as a whole to put the plateform in the medias conglomerates. I’m not into conspiracies or anything, that the reality of what happened after that. Channels that still get a lot of marketing are only those supported by some agencies, it’s a way for businesses to be only associated to people that don’t make content on controversial subjects and that share their political agenda if they have some. There’s still ads on YouTube it’s just harder to get them.

Marcellino Sananto : Kardashians probly have more viewers than PBS, that does not make it more valuable to society.

Puddle Duck98 : Aww I love all the sweet things he was saying about papa poods

Lazy Comments : They played the wrong video, it was the video of him dressed as a nazi. (Him paying the two foreign teenagers to use the sign/the jesus guy was apart of the original controversy. But WSJ borught it up again to emphasize their stance.) The video they played was literally a response to the controversy, not the original controversy's video.

Sam Raycraft : I'm pretty sure he didn't fake his reaction to the "death to all Jews signs". He didn't pay them to make the sign so that he could pretend to be shocked at something taboo, he really was shocked that they actually made that sign for $5 because he didn't think they would.

Dominique Calvillo : Like rogan said, why'd they do this though? All these resources, time, reputation lost because they are pro sjw????