Influential podcaster Joe Rogan is implying that President Joe Biden or his team perhaps may not be fully transparent about the meaning of fully vaccinated.
On a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, the host cast doubt on whether the POTUS actually received an actual COVID-19 booster shot, i.e., the third dose of the Pfizer jab, last week on live TV, in the syringe.
“I think if they were gonna give him a booster shot, the last thing they would do is give it to him live on television,” Rogan speculated.
“What if he dies? What if he blacks out? What if he, like, gets it and faints? Like, because people have had very bad reactions like in the moment for whatever reason,” he continued, addressing a range of immediate responses that could have occurred.
“Unless Kamala Harris talked him into it. She’s like, ‘go ahead, take it. Give him a double!,'” the stand-up comedian and UFC analyst quipped.
Guest Mike Baker, a former CIA officer, seemed to agree, describing the made-for-TV event as “performance art.”
He underscored how authorities take extensive precautions for whoever is serving as president, including “the messaging, the optics, the security issues related to it. It would be not unheard of” for the public inoculation to be staged, he implied.
Watch the clip embedded below and draw your own conclusions:
Joe Rogan Has Questions About Biden's Booster… pic.twitter.com/oB9nAio4A9
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) October 1, 2021
Baker also noted vaccine administrators routinely asked people to hang around for about 15 minutes after getting the COVID shot “to make sure you don’t fall down.”
In the back and forth, Rogan, an ex-Bernie Sanders supporter, also asserted that public health authorities initially oversold the COVID-19 vaccine. “Fauci was literally on TV saying ‘you won’t get it, and you won’t spread it to anybody.’ Both those things are patently false,” he claimed.
Rogan’s conspiracy theory that Biden faked the booster obviously won’t please the vaccine-or-nothing consensus, including the corporate media, a cohort seemingly still be triggered that the Spotify podcaster apparently bounced back quickly from a COVID infection using alternative therapeutics, including the drug Ivermectin.
In April 2021, the free-speech advocate who says he is pro-vaccine, and believes that the injection is safe, prompted angst among the same cohort for advising young, healthy people against getting the jab, which he subsequently walked back.
Joe Rogan predicts Trump run, says he’s ‘probably gonna win’ against ‘decaying’ Biden; Harris would lose ‘just as badly’ https://t.co/P6hahkXxXI pic.twitter.com/g43urXuxjn
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 27, 2021
In the follow-up to that controversy, Rogan explained, in part, that “these are not planned statements….When I say something stupid, I’m not thinking about what I’m gonna say before I say it…I don’t have an off-air and on-air voice; I have me….I’m not a doctor; I’m a f——g moron, and I’m a cage-fighting commentator who is a dirty stand-up comedian…I’m not a respected source of information, even for me…”
In so doing, however, he criticized the corporate media for distorting what he actually opined.
Rogan has previously declared that vaccine passports bring the country “one step closer to dictatorship” and that he would issue refunds for anyone who bought tickets to his New York City performance at Madison Square Garden.
“I don’t want to force them to get vaccinated to see a f—ng stupid, comedy show,” he said in reference to the mandatory vaccine passport regime now in effect for indoor venues in the Big Apple.
Liberal Twitter isn’t a big booster, as it were, of Joe Rogan, although others shared his skepticism about the Biden booster. Here is a brief sample:
I don’t know about you, but I get all my health and scientific advice from former “Fear Factor” host, Joe Rogaine
— Uncle Ted’s Garage 🎧 (@TheRealTeddyBee) October 1, 2021
The Ivermectin is taking affect
— Will Arnett Fan Account (@JakeyArnett666) October 1, 2021
How about we stop giving platforms to jackasses!
— Marla Parham (@MarlaParham) October 1, 2021
Joe Rogan wants to be Alex Jones
— habfan 920 (@sagemoser) October 1, 2021
Is this a joke? Do they seriously believe that clown puppet took a real booster?? Much less the vaccine to begin with? All theatre of the absurd!!😂😂
— Angela Currin (@AngelSCU) October 1, 2021
The distrust of the govt is at an all-time high and for good reason.
— BoxingSharp (@BoxingSharp) October 3, 2021
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