The SyFy Channel’s Joe Rogan rocked his credibility when he contracted with known Chemtrails disinfo agent Mick West to his show to convince the audience that chemtrails is a conspiracy theory and nothing more than wild speculation.
Mick may have overplayed his hand with repeated and wholesale dismissal of both Chemtrails and HAARP as “wild speculation”. Once you get past Mick’s smooth delivery the fish odor begins to come through. In fact, Rogan later discovered Mick was dead wrong about HAARP as “wild speculation” when he got some scary schooling from Nick Begich. Rogan’s ultimate dismissal of Mick’s Metabunk’ opinion on HAARP placed a big chink on West’s credibility on geoengineering with chemtrails. Demand for contracted appearances as “expert witless” could crater now that Mick’s disinfo track record has plunged to no better than 50%.
It was obvious from the start that Rogan was in charge of a “hit-piece” to discredit geoengineering activists when he said Michael Murphy didn’t know what he was talking about. Never mind that Murphy produced two landmark documentaries that started the current mass awakening of covert aerosol geoengineering. Rogan’s scripted bias is easily detected.
Poor Joe didn’t get the memo that chemtrails awakening has already reached critical mass. The horses are out of the barn and the jig is up, Joe. No amount of PsyOp from SyFy is going to cause millions of skywatchers to unlearn what they know.
No matter how qualified the guest, Rogan was determined to go on the attack before the interview even started.
Joe’s adolescent face-making proved to be a solid forecast that his next guest would receive the tinfoil hat, conspiracy theory, nut-job treatment.
When weather expert Scott Stevens presented hard data on chemtrails, Rogan resorted to camera tricks to undermine Scott’s message with choppy editing and innuendo. When Joe saw Nibiru artwork in Scott’s office the tin foil smear campaign kicked in to portray Stevens’ as some Nibiru conspiracy nut.