It is always tempting to believe that we live in historic times. It strokes the ego to think that decades from now, people will look back on current events as the starting point of some dramatic, epochal change. As a comedian, professionally cynical and distrustful of epic narratives, I usually dismiss such notions as the delusions of grandeur of an increasingly narcissistic generation. Yet as I sat glued to my computer last week, watching Joe Rogan and Tim Pool interrogate Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and the company’s global lead for legal, policy, and trust and safety-Vijaya Gadde-I could not shake the feeling that I was witnessing a historic moment.
Source: The growing MSM irrelevancy: Joe Rogan is the Walter Cronkite of Our Era