(Rallying Patriots) – In 2021, expressing your personal opinion is a dangerous business even if you’re the host of the #1 rated podcast in America.
Joe Rogan has come under fire for daring to suggest that young, healthy people do not need to get vaccinated during an episode of his wildly popular podcast.
He is currently the #1 trending topic on all of Twitter after backlash over his opinion when it comes to young, low-risk people taking the controversial, experimental and potentially dangerous COVID vaccines.
Infowars points out that Twitter also made sure to post a “pro vaccine article in the ‘trending’ section” to counterbalance Rogan’s comments. The Big Tech oligarchy never misses a chance to push COVID propaganda.
During his podcast, Rogan told Dave Smith, comedian and co-host of The Legion of Skanks podcast, that he thinks it’s safe “for the most part” for people to get vaccinated.
“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 went on to say.
He continued, “If you’re a healthy person and you’re exercising all the time and you’re young and you’re eating well, I don’t think you need to worry about this.”
Joe Rogan is correct about the COVID vaccine for kids & young healthy people.pic.twitter.com/AxGwFxAMVB
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) April 27, 2021
Rogan and Smith went on to discuss the topic of jobs forcing employees to get vaccinated and eventually parents being forced to vaccinate their children.
“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.
Rogan went on to share his own personal experience with his children getting COVID, saying that it “was nothing” and that essentially the risks of the vaccines simply don’t seem to align with the risk children are at for the virus.
Smith agreed with Rogan’s take on children receiving the vaccine and added that parents are basically virtue-signaling when it comes to getting their children vaccinated.
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.”
Currently, no vaccines have even been given the green-light for use on children. Smith and Rogan are right to be skeptical about vaccines for children and even healthy young people who are not at any significant risk of the virus.
Rogan likely knew that what he was saying was going to be met with leftist backlash and said, “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!”
Naturally, all the pro-vaccine zealots who are taking issue with his comments don’t want to acknowledge Rogan for starting the conversation by saying that he thinks “it’s safe” to get vaccinated.
Of course, the podcast episode became subject to scrutiny from Spotify though they ultimately decided to allow the podcast to remain since Rogan “doesn’t come off as outwardly anti-vaccine.”
Americans are not allowed to be “outwardly anti-vaccine” nowadays.
The usual Twitter tantrum ensued with unhinged blue checkmark haters rushing to condemn Rogan and even calling for Spotify to cancel their #1 podcast personality.
I spent 5 days in the hospital and am still on supplemental oxygen because of COVID. I may have permanent lung scarring.@Spotify is trying to kill people with dangerous disinformation. They need to fire Joe Rogan immediately.
— Aaron Weiss (@aweiss) April 27, 2021
Empire about to go full-bore on Joe Rogan for COVID vaccine wrongthink
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan says he doesn't think “healthy 21-year-olds” need the COVID vaccine and don't have much to worry about.
The media is having a fit, calling for his job.https://t.co/drtxPonIxZ
— OutKick (@Outkick) April 27, 2021
joe rogan is gwenyth paltrow's goop for men.
— hasanabi (@hasanthehun) April 27, 2021
If you're a young person, get your advice on vaccinations from the CDC and NOT from Joe Rogan.
Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan shut the fuck up challenge pic.twitter.com/jinDnIB4m5
— Tyler Conway (@jtylerconway) April 27, 2021
My feeling is that, no matter what your age, you should not take medical advice from Joe Rogan
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan is not the smart person that your sexually frustrated teenage son thinks he is https://t.co/7UqI8x06Cj
— Cam (@cameron_kasky) April 27, 2021
yo, fuck joe rogan. it's so deeply irresponsible to tell young folks not to get vaccinated on the BIGGEST podcast in the world. everyone should get vaccinated as soon as they can, for themselves and for everyone else.
both shots. don't be an idiot.
— Zachary Ryan (@ZachariusD) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan is the gateway drug to Alex Jones…
— Secret Agent Number Six (@DesignationSix) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan is just Alex Jones without the cannibalism
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) April 27, 2021
Joe Rogan and Alex Jones can go fuck themselves, or eachother.
I don't care, just stop spreading propaganda regarding covid.
— David Leavitt (@David_Leavitt) April 27, 2021
He’s allowed an opinion, no? If you take medical advice from Joe Rogan, that’s on you, not him.
— JT Lewis (@thejtlewis) April 27, 2021
What did Joe Rogan say that was wrong?
The authoritarian power structure wants to discourage independent thought and encourage wrong groupthink.
They want you in a state of fear so they can increase their control! pic.twitter.com/ycISyOmPwl
— Hotep Jesus (@HotepJesus) April 27, 2021
People getting mad at Joe Rogan’s opinion on vaccines. He’s a fucking COMEDIAN.
If you’re getting medical advice from ANYONE who isn’t a doctor, bro. You fucked it a long ago. pic.twitter.com/7rK2NCW0eO
— Ste Howson (@MrStephenHowson) April 27, 2021
America’s health czar Dr. Fauci himself even responded and pushed the narrative that only selfish, uncaring people refuse to get vaccinated:
“You can get infected, and will get infected, if you put yourself at risk.” -Dr. Anthony Fauci responding to podcast host Joe Rogan’s suggestion that young people not get the COVID-19 vaccine pic.twitter.com/6E02GI31VV
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) April 28, 2021
Dr. Fauci telling Americans that you have to prove you’re not a selfish person by getting the COVID vaccine which is causing serious side effects and even death in otherwise perfectly healthy people, is the most adequate picture of life in 21st century America.
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