Rogan, who has been under fire recently for repeated use of the N-word on past podcast episodes and for hosting guests who questioned the effectiveness of 新冠肺炎 疫苗 和口罩, stood up Noah in 2015 when the comedian faced similar scrutiny for old jokes.
Noah was widely criticized for a series of tweets that resurfaced when he was selected to succeed Jon Stewart as the host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.” They included Jewish jokes, 如, “Almost bumped a Jewish kid crossing the road. He didn’t look b4 crossing but I still would hav felt so bad in my German car.”
Noah also made jokes about domestic violence, White women and suggesting women should “恐惧” his penis because “the more you fear something, the bigger it appears.” 当时, many liberal critics pondered whether Noah was the right man to replace Stewart, but Rogan came to his defense.
“Too much for 140 人物, but NOTHING he said was out of line, and he’s a funny dude,” Rogan tweeted on March 31, 2015, when asked about the controversy. “F–k the haters, 诺亚!”