After dead-naming Elliot Page, Joe Rogan calls Jordan Peterson out

Joe Rogan voiced his opinion about Jordan Peterson’s Twitter ban following the death-naming act of Elliot Page. It wasn’t positive.

Tuesday’s (19th July) edition Joe Rogan ExperienceTo discuss Zachary Levi’s new memoir, the host sat down to chat with him. Radical love: Accepting Yourself and Others.

Peterson was the first to speak on the subject. Levi stated that he believed Levi, a Canadian psychologist, is one of them. “deepest thinkers”He’s never heard of a broken down. “human behaviour.”

“I think if he would be a person that I would trust — I think that guy has a lot of integrity and it — that would be somebody too, but I also know Jordan has his own things that people have issues with. Like, I get it. Nobody’s perfect,”Levi said.

Rogan then joined the conversation, pointing out that Peterson was recently suspended from Twitter following Elliot Page’s death.

“He’s kicked off Twitter right now,” Rogan said. “Cause he said something about Ellen Page — Elliot Page — [he] called her Ellen Page. I think that was the number one thing. The dead-naming.”

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Levi said: “It’s sad, man, because again, it’s just like, there’s a lot of fear and pain on all that. All the sides of all that too.”

Rogan referred to a quote his comedian friend Brian Simpson would use about that.

“He was like, ‘I come to you for like heavy-duty intellectual shit,'”He said.

“He goes, ‘Not for this.’ Like this is not a thing to be getting offended about.”

“True. Yeah. I mean, look, it’s his life. It’s his Twitter, or was his Twitter anyway,”Levi responded.

Rogan said that the conversation around gender was ongoing “riles people up.”

“Like everybody’s in favor of everybody doing whatever they want to do, as long as it doesn’t hurt anybody until it gets to gender, and then people start getting weird.”

Rogan’s conclusion: “They start thinking it’s a mistake…They start thinking all kinds of things.”

Peterson was temporarily banned from Twitter after a June tweet that said: “Remember when pride was a sin? And Ellen Page just had her breasts removed by a criminal physician.”

Officially, he was removed from the social media platform.

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