Podcast host Joe Rogan is apparently backpedaling big time after he made the suggestion that young folks who are healthy don’t need to get the coronavirus vaccine.
Rogan is known for being the kind of guy who enjoys pushing buttons and isn’t afraid to speak his mind, a true advocate for free speech, so to see him going back on what he said, caving to the masses of liberal whiners out there, is beyond disappointing.
Rogan made the original comments that caused all of the controversy last week on an episode of his podcast. As you can probably imagine, the criticism was swift in coming his direction, including a scolding from several Biden officials.
“Did Joe Rogan become a medical doctor while we weren’t looking?” White House communications director Kate Bedingfield went on to ask.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House chief medical adviser, said that Rogan is “talking about yourself in a vacuum”advertisement — content continues below
Rogan conceded that “there’s some legitimate science behind this” as he acknowledged the White House’s response to his comments.
“I’m not an anti-vax person,” Rogan said. “I said I believe they’re safe and I encourage many people to take them. My parents were vaccinated. I just said that if you’re a young, healthy person that you don’t need it
“I’m not a doctor, I’m a f***-ing moron. I’m not a respected source of information, even for me … But I at least try to be honest about what I’m saying.”
The liberal mob loves to pressure folks into getting on board with their insanity, shaming them at every opportunity until they break and join the groupthink.
Personally, I’m not sure I trust any sort of vaccine that hasn’t been around for a while. There are plenty of things we don’t know about the vaccines, such as the long term side effects they might cause. It’s possible they won’t cause any problems at all.
But we don’t know that right now, do we?
So excuse me if I decide not to put this into my body.