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Should Spotify ban Joe Rogan? Our panel weighs in

The fight over Covid misinformation has put Spotify’s Joe Rogan Experience in the crosshairs. So what should be done?Joe Rogan isn’t a far-right ideologue, pushing a consistent political agenda. Rather, he is a grifter, who hides behind excuses like curiosity, entertainment, freedom and neutrality to push whatever controversy that sells. Now, that controversy is hurting Spotify’s bottom line, which is why they have pushed him to publicly apologize and pledge to “try harder”.Cas Mudde is a Guardian US columnist and the Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF professor in the school of public and international affairs at the University of GeorgiaFrancine Prose is the author, most recently, of The Vixen. She was also the president of PEN AmericaBhaskar Sunkara is the founding editor of Jacobin magazine and a Guardian US columnist. He is the author of The Socialist Manifesto: The Case for Radical Politics in an Era of Extreme InequalityImran Ahmed is Chief Executive of the Center for Countering Digital HateJoshua Citarella is an artist and internet culture researcher based in New York City. He is the author of Politigram & the Post-left Continue reading...

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