A video of anchors on the far-left Young Turks program repeatedly saying the n-word and “fag” (as a derogatory term for a homosexual) has amassed over 2.1 million views on Twitter, with no signs of slowing. The compilation was shared to Twitter by @DrunkNewsHQ who sarcastically captioned the video “Joe Rogan N Word compilation.”
The first 46-second clip features left-wing shock jocks Ana Kasparian, Cenk Uygyr, Hasan Piker, Jimmy Dore, and various other guests and anchors repeatedly using the phrase, along with other terms like “fag” and “cracker.” The word “cracker” is finding new levels of acceptability by far-leftists after New York City Mayor Eric Adams bragged about “kicking cracker asses” while in the New York Police Department.
A majority of the uses of the n-word came from Kasparian and Uygur.
Joe Rogan N Word compilation. Absolutely despicable. There's no excuses for it. No context makes it better. pic.twitter.com/w8oGhMopPk
— Drunk News Anchor (@DrunkNewsHQ) February 5, 2022
A second clip was posted to YouTube in December, predominantly featuring Uygur and Kasparian. Though some of the clips are overlapping, the frequency of Uygur, a known genocide-denier, using the word, is extraordinary.
A video of Joe Rogan using the n-word was shared to social media last week. Calls to cancel the podcaster have come thick and fast from the political left, with CNN’s Brian Stelter and Jim Acosta demanding Spotify remove him from their network. The news came as CNN’s own President was forced to resign over an affair with a colleague.
Last year, Rogan brought in 14.9 million hours of listenership to Spotify. Most recently, he drew an audience of more than 50 million listeners to a single episode of his show.
The Young Turk’s founder Cenk Uygur has been feuding with Rogan on and off for years. Most recently, Uygur called Rogan a “meathead,” in response to Rogan calling Uygur “silly.”
The Young Turks has held a public platform since 2002, and has only recently reached 5.17 million subscribers on YouTube. Uygur, who’s show is named after a group of mass murderers from the Ottoman Empire, is known for peddling misinformation.