Top podcast host savaged by the establishment for stating his personal opinion
Joe Rogan is currently the #1 trending topic on all of Twitter after receiving backlash for simply stating his opinion when it comes to healthy, young people taking experimental COVID-19 vaccines.
Of course, the social media site was sure to post a pro-vaccine article in the “trending” section.
In a now-viral video clip, Rogan told Dave Smith, comedian and co-host of The Legion of Skanks Podcast, that he does “think for the most part it’s safe to get vaccinated. I do.”
“But, if you’re like 21-years-old and you ask me, ‘Should I get vaccinated?’ I’ll go, ‘No. Are you healthy? Are you a healthy person?’ Like, don’t do anything stupid, but you should take care of yourself, ” Rogan explained.
He continued, “If you’re a healthy person and you’re exercising all the time and your young and your eating well, I don’t think you need to worry about this.”
Next, Rogan and Smith touched on the topic of jobs forcing employees to be vaccinated and eventually, infants receiving the shot.
“People are worried about them doing this to their children. And we talked about this earlier, that you might have to have your children vaccinated,” Rogan said.
Joe said that both of his children contracted COVID-19, but that the illness “was nothing.”
“I hate to say that if someone’s children died from this,” he added. “I’m very sorry that happened, I’m not in any way diminishing that. I’m saying the personal experience my children had with COVID was nothing. One of the kids had a headache, the other one didn’t feel good for a couple of days.”
Concurring with what Rogan said, Smith noted many people get the vaccine to virtue signal how much they care for everyone.
When it comes to his own daughter, Smith said, “I’m not injecting my daughter with something to fu**king virtue signal, like, I’m not doing that. If there’s something that she is of no risk, statistically has no risk from. I’m sorry, I’m not taking any experiment on her.”
Smith is correct in noting the COVID “vaccines” are experimental for children as the FDA has only authorized them for “emergency” use and no COVID-19 has been given the green light for people under 16-years-old.
Rogan then told Smith, “It’s amazing that’s controversial. That even saying that, ‘I’m not going to inject my child with the vaccine,’ is controversial. It’s crazy!”
Despite the viral clip beginning with Rogan telling his audience he “thinks it’s safe to get vaccinated,” he is being smeared as an anti-vaxxer online.
According to The Verge, Spotify has already reviewed the episode of The Joe Rogan Experience and decided to leave it on the streaming service.
“A source close to the situation says Spotify reviewed this Rogan episode and left it live because he doesn’t come off as outwardly anti-vaccine,” The Verge wrote. “He also doesn’t make a call to action, this source says, noting that the company has taken down other, explicitly anti-vaccine podcasts and music.”
Blue checkmark haters rushed to their computers and smartphones to chastise the free-thinking comedian on Twitter, even calling for Spotify to fire their #1 podcast personality.