Children don’t need the vaccine because their risk of harm from the virus is statistically insignificant.Gupta struggles to explain how double-vaccinated adults are safer from COVID than unvaccinated young children.
Top podcaster Joe Rogan gave CNN medical reporter Dr. Sanjay Gupta a lesson in truth and common sense when it comes to Americans injecting their children with an experimental COVID shot.
During Wednesday’s “Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan argued that some individuals who took two doses of the COVID injection still died with the coronavirus, suggesting the vaccine may not be effective.
“The odds of that happening to a healthy child are very, very low….Theoretically, you would be more vulnerable than a young child would be,” Rogan told Gupta.
“You, vaccinated, would be more vulnerable of a breakthrough infection than a young child would be, statistically.”
“Ehh…they’re both rare,” Gupta replied, ignoring the numbers showing a high rate of breakthrough infections in adults.
“But you’re not worried about catching it. You’re not worried about catching it because you’ve been vaccinated and you think it imparts a certain amount of protection,” Rogan said.
“What I’m saying to you is, I think that ‘not worry’ is the same feeling is a lot of people have about their children,” he continued. “They’re not worried about their healthy children catching it, for the same reason you’re not worried about catching it being vaccinated.”
“That if treated correctly, they think that the child probably has a better chance even than you do because you’re 51 years old. That seems reasonable, right?” he asked.
Gupta, struggling to honestly answer the question, asked, “Are you suggesting that I get boosted, or..?”
“What I’m saying is, your attitude about not being concerned because you have antibodies and you think you would get through it even if you had a breakthrough infection,” Rogan explained, “that is the exact same attitude that a lot of young people have where they don’t want to get a shot because they’re worried about the consequences. Even though they’re incredibly small. But the VAERS report, they do have deaths.”
Gupta was even forced to admit that the National Institute of Health did fund the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s gain of function research on bat coronaviruses.
“I think the NIH is clearly funding EcoHealth Alliance and EcoHealth Alliance is clearly giving grants to Wuhan Institute of Virology,” Gupta admitted.