Rogan says Big Tech employees are ‘mentally ill’

Podcaster Joe Rogan says “awake” employees of big tech companies like Facebook and Twitter are “mentally ill.”

New York Post Rogan reportedly commented during an interview with Antonio Garcিয়াa Martিনnez on his Spotify podcast, a former engineer who worked for Apple and Facebook until he got in the way of companies’ “awakening” politics.

Rogan asked Martinez how big the tech companies were.

“For someone outside, we look at it and say: ‘How are those king’s places going?'” Rogan commented.

He then recalls a conversation he had with a friend about how to run a technology company. The friend worked at Google Management but now works at another tech firm.

“The way he described it to me was, ‘This is complete madness,'” Rogan added.

He added that “many” people who work for technology companies are “mentally ill” and “consider themselves employees.”

“The lunatics are running a certain amount of shelters because there are now a lot of people working inside the company who are legally mentally ill and they consider themselves employees,” he said.

Rogan said the activism prevented workers from working as they should. He argued that when these workers are “confronted” for not performing the necessary work responsibilities, “they speak of their activism.”

He mentioned that his friend had reprimanded the tech workers for this behavior. “You’re here for X hours every day,” he said. “It simply came to our notice then. You are not an employee. “

“Facebook was a religion, and I joined it, and I was a happy member of it,” Martinez said. “It was very strong. Everyone sacrificed for the sake of the empire and its emperor.”

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