Joe Rogan is no stranger to controversy. Not all that long ago, the nasty little fascistic SJWs working inside of Spotify tried to have Rogan’s wildly popular show removed because they were offended that he said things they didn’t like.
Today, Rogan is again in hot water…or getting a lot of free advertising, YMMV…over his show last Friday when he waxed philosophical over the usefulness of the Wuhan virus vaccine to young adults. This is a clip from the CNN coverage and is presented as fair use (commentary, criticism, research, teaching, or news reporting).
People say, do you think it’s safe to get vaccinated? I’ve said, yeah, I think for the most part it’s safe to get vaccinated. I do. I do. But if you’re like 21 years old, and you say to me, should I get vaccinated? I’ll go no. Are you healthy? Are you a healthy person?
If you’re a healthy person, and you’re exercising all the time, and you’re young, and you’re eating well,” Rogan continued, “like, I don’t think you need to worry about this.
This could not have come at a worse time for the Biden Bunch and the public health nazis trying to reorder American society by using a “public health emergency” to erase the First Amendment. The efforts to convince Americans to accept the various vaccines are flagging. The effort has been marred by instances of unexplained death, the temporary removal of one vaccine from use, a general impression that the development was hurried and involved a lot of cut corners. And because this is all a stalking horse for a power grab rather than being based upon any concern for the health of Americans, the government has as much as acknowledged that the vaccine does not protect you from the virus, but you still have to get it anyway if you want back the life you can’t have. See, for instance, the infographic that accompanied CDC’s change in guidance for wearing masks that were issued yesterday (read CDC Changes Guidance On Facemasks, Karenwaffen Hardest Hit):
When choosing safer activities, consider how #COVID19 is spreading in your community, the number of people participating in the activity, and the location of the activity. https://t.co/s5kXwg65fB pic.twitter.com/TZhssyVGKB
— CDC (@CDCgov) April 27, 2021
People fully vaccinated against #COVID19 can participate in some indoor events safely, without much risk. Outdoor visits and activities are safer than indoor activities. https://t.co/s5kXwg65fB pic.twitter.com/ZVDpCaQAIO
— CDC (@CDCgov) April 27, 2021
You can tell how serious Rogan’s stab at the jab was by the reaction. This is Fauci responding on NBC’s Today Show.
Well, that’s incorrect. And the reason why you’re talking about yourself in a vacuum. You’re worried about yourself getting infected and the likelihood that you’re not going to get any symptoms. But you can get infected, and will get infected if you put yourself at risk.
And even if you don’t have any symptoms, you are propagating the outbreak. Because it is likely that you, even if you have no symptoms, that you may inadvertently and innocently then infect someone else, who might infect someone who could have a problem with a severe outcome.
So if you want to only worry about yourself and not society, then that’s OK. But if you’re saying to yourself, even if I get infected, I could do damage to somebody else even if I have no symptoms at all, and that’s the reason why you’ve got to be careful and get vaccinated.
In fairness to Rogan, Fauci has had about as many different opinions on the spread of the Wuhan virus as Larry King had divorces. As of March 2021, there still was no empirical scientific evidence that pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic carriers of the virus could spread it. CBS reports that a study to answer that question is underway: Dr. Anthony Fauci says a large trial on asymptomatic COVID spread could yield answers in about 5 months. The radical change in Fauci’s statements on asymptomatic spread, like his statements on wearing face masks, has always seemed to me to have much more to do with supporting the political narrative than one having any scientific basis.
Note how quickly Fauci reached for the “you’re a really bad person” argument. This is the same one he employed while trying to shame people into wearing face masks outside when now even the CDC says that is bullsh**.
The White House communications director, someone named Kate Bedingfield… because, of course, she is…also lashed out.
“I guess my first question would be, did Joe Rogan become a medical doctor while we weren’t looking?” White House communications director Kate Bedingfield told CNN on Wednesday in response to a question about Rogan’s remarks. “I’m not sure that taking scientific and medical advice from Joe Rogan is perhaps the most productive way for people to get their information.”
I’m not going to get into a lot of details here because if I do, some leftist goober is going to report this post to Facebook for spreading false information. Do your own research. What are your risks, if you are in the demographic Rogan is talking about, from the Wuhan virus, and what are your risks from the vaccine? If you are Catholic, how important is it to you not to take a vaccine developed using cell lines from aborted babies? Does your family/friend-group include unvaccinated elderly and persons who are immune-compromised? This is your decision, and just because people who have relentlessly lied to you for the past year are calling you names, that is no reason to pay any attention to them.