Stand-up comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan, known for his wildly popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, just blew the minds of thousands of vaccine pushers all over the world. How dare someone that popular, and that healthy at 54 years of age, fight Covid and beat it quickly, in just three days, without using or even mentioning vaccines. This is America, where we’re all supposed to trust 100 percent in everything the FDA and CDC proclaim, without ever questioning anything, even spike protein bioweapon injections for the Chinese Flu.
Nothing gets you banned faster (and usually permanently) from popular media platforms, including social media and music in America, than informing people vaccines are useless and ill-advised. Though Joe Rogan is not anti-vaccine nor anti-science, he will surely be labeled as such after beating Covid with ivermectin, monoclonal antibodies and vitamins, then airing a podcast all about it, never even mentioning vaccination at all.
Spotify just signed an exclusive deal with Rogan, a multiyear licensing agreement worth more than $100 million, not fully processing that Rogan asks very keen, intellectual questions about anything and everything, including vaccines.
The famous UFC commentator, comedian and former actor has his podcast downloaded 200 million times per month. After his recent post about coming down with Covid during his comedy tour, mass media fake news had no choice but to blast him as a conspiracy theorist, vaccine skeptic, and someone who takes ‘horse medicine’ that’s ill-advised by the FDA. Rogan already blasted vaccines before he got Covid, citing peer-reviewed science studies that reveal vaccinated people are the ones spreading the virus and making the variants more virulent.
The internet was flooded with cover stories, blasting Rogan for not being a moronic, gullible yes-man to the vaccine industry. Even though Ivermectin is not an “antiviral drug,” it is approved for humans and has proven very effective at beating down Covid-19 infections, but MSM is using the “livestock de-wormer” lingo to turn America away from using it, since vaccines are deadly and the overarching goal of the CDC and Biden Regime is to kill off as many Americans as possible in order to fully install Communism.
Here are some other screenshots of what you’ll find if you Google “Joe Rogan – Covid” or anything close to that. Here’s blowback for Joe from MSM and the VIC (vaccine industrial complex). Watch out for those MSM WMDs – “Weapons of Mass Deception.”
By now, every natural health advocate in the world knows that the Covid vaccines are bogus, unsafe, ineffective, quack treatment, dangerous, blood-clotting, dirty and deadly. Joe Rogan has pointed out the obvious in his latest podcast by simply omitting vaccines from his entire description of how he beat Covid rather easily with the right combination of safe (or at least safer) therapeutic treatments.
Rogan may have begun his career in Hollywood, as the host of “Fear Factor,” but Hollywood hates him now, because he’s not pro-vaccine. The media will now do everything in their power to discredit him, ban him, censor him and vilify him. Don’t be surprised if Spotify somehow cancels or backs out of his contract.
Rogan is so popular, though, after the news of his deal with Spotify hit the airwaves, Spotify shares skyrocketed over 10 percent. Spotify is now caught between a rock and a hard place, where they must weigh out their popularity and money versus exposing the vaccine industry’s fraud and outright bio-terrorism via Rogan’s podcast.
It’s so obvious that even the WHO (World Health Organization) had to place a disclaimer at the bottom of Rogan’s podcast on Instagram warning the world about “harm” that might come from using Ivermectin, but no mention of blood clots and death from Covid vaccines.
Here’s the video link to Rogan’s Instagram coverage of his quick Covid recovery. Tune your truth news dial to Pandemic.news for updates on the war against dirty vaccines and socialism, and how to keep your family happy, healthy and safe. Stay frosty my friends.
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