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Joe Rogan calls out Jacinda Ardern for shutting down Northland press conference

Joe Rogan, host of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, the most popular podcast on Spotify with over 6 million subscribers, has called out Jacinda Ardern for shutting down her press conference in Northland on Tuesday.

‘Have you seen that lady that runs New Zealand? If she even gets asked questions at press conferences, or if people yell out questions to her, ‘we’re going to shut this down, we’re gonna shut this down, and she just leaves.’

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‘She’s like a lady Trump,’ said a guest.

‘Accredited press only. And so she leaves, she took the f***ken press conference indoors, cos they were yelling out about the vaccine programme they have in Israel, it’s not working, the vaccinated people account for a vast percentage of the number who’ve tested positive, and even deaths. And so this guys yelling out ‘what about this? If you’re yelling out about this vaccine programme and you want everybody to be vaccinated, tell us what you know about how it’s failing in Israel.’

And she’s like ‘We’re going to shut this down’, with a big smile on her face. They have ultimate power now. They have the power to shut down businesses, keep people in their homes. It’s not as simple as protecting people, it’s also they have power. So when they have power they f***ken hype it man. Those are the kind of people that run for governor and mayor in the first place. They enjoy telling people what to do.’

‘I like being the queen,’ mocked Rogan

‘They’re bullies,’ said another guest.

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