Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Tank” legend Mark Cuban had a mental breakdown Sunday on Twitter in response to Joe Rogan’s podcast interview with 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Rogan’s interview with RFK Jr. ruffled more than a few feathers within the crazy world of billionaires, globalists and medical professionals, mostly for the heavy emphasis on vaccine safety discussed throughout. The Twitterverse lost its mind over the episode, so much so that Rogan offered a professor at Baylor College of Medicine some $100,000 for an open debate with RFK Jr. on whether or not the claims he made actually qualify as “vaccine misinformation.”
Writer Tom Nichols, for example, said “no medical professional should ever agree to do this.” Rogan immediately replied with, “That would be a great suggestion if you could assure that the industry you were representing wasn’t completely captured by heartless monsters who have a history of some of the biggest criminal fines in human history because their deception has cost hundreds of thousands of people their lives.”
He went on to state that, among other things, Nichols, nor anyone else, can do that, so “maybe it would be a good idea to have a fucking debate.”