That’s the truth if i’ve ever heard it!
Im young, and I don’t take flu shots…..ever. Why would I take this rushed ‘vaccine’ when I am young and healthy?
See the thing about a vaccine is: you’re only supposed to take it once or every decade or something.
Not every year. If you have to take something every year or on a constant basis then that’s not a vaccine. That’s more like a flu shot.
This idea that everyone has to be vaccinated is stupid. I’m not doing it, but I might have! If there wasn’t such a blatant push for people to take it.
I might also consider it if i trusted the Government and American institutions at large…….but I don’t.
None of this is medical advice, I am not a doctor, and everyone has to do what they feel is right for them.
Let’s not pretend that the choice should be anything but a personal one though.
Take a look:
Fox News took a typical left-leaning slant against Rogan. Take a look:
His comments directly contradict the latest CDC guidance, which encourages all those over the age of 16 and up to receive the vaccine and help move the country closer to reaching herd immunity.
The 53-year-old podcast legend recommended that 'vulnerable' listeners get the shot, noting that his own parents had received their vaccines.
"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," Rogan said.
"But if you're like 21 years old, and you say to me, Should I get vaccinated? I'll go no,' he clarified.
" Look, don’t do anything stupid, but you should take care of yourself," Rogan continued. "You should -- If you're a healthy person, and you're exercising all the time, and you're young, and you're eating well, like, I don't think you need to worry about this."
The Hill reported:
Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious diseases expert, early Wednesday shot down recent comments from Joe Rogan after the popular podcast host suggested young, health Americans do not need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Speaking to NBC's "Today," Fauci called Rogan's comments "incorrect."
"You're talking about yourself in a vacuum," Fauci said of the podcast host. "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.”