Sanjay Gupta wanted to join the Joe Rogan Podcast because he could reach people who are not “converted” to the COVID-19 agenda, like his CNN “choir.” Joe Rogan was more than happy to have him on the most popular podcast in the world and discuss many topics.
Joe Rogan is a podcast host, UFC color commentator, and comedian who has become the voice of questioning America. He is presently at the heart of the COVID-19 controversy. He wants to know the truth, whether dealing with vaccines, which he in general supports. Still, he has questions about COVID-19, or treatments, because he used ivermectin as part of the medicinal regime he was prescribed to recover from COVID-19 himself.
The COVID-stan maniacs accused him of taking “horse dewormer” amid other unfair and over-the-top claims about his rights and assessments. It is what our nation has become.
Rogan got back at the doubters by totally dominating CNN’s COVID-stan evangelist Sanjay Gupta. Sanjay, a neurosurgeon and medical expert is the associate chief of the neurosurgery service at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, associate professor of neurosurgery at the Emory University School of Medicine, and chief medical correspondent for CNN. But he can get hysterical, like when he promoted Chris Cuomo’s COVID X-ray. Honest radiologists let him know that it was a farce.
Joe Rogan does a great job, easing Gupta into the show. He is a master at setting the expectation that this discussion will be open and range. Then he delivers with all of the precision of a surgeon the Socratic method to uncover his guests’ assumptions and biases.
Sanjay said we are learning that COVID-19 is more of a vascular virus rather than a respiratory virus. He claimed that a 70-year old HVAC worker is 80X more likely to get blood clots from COVID-19 than vaccines, especially the mRNA versions. And, he tells a heartstring-wrenching story to mix the metaphor about his daughter’s dying wish to “get the vaccine.”
Rogan didn’t allow Sanjay to play the emotional card, instead showing how ridiculous COVID-stan hysterics shift their perspectives for their political agenda. Gupta wants to give the vaccine to 5-12-year-old children. But then he denies that the novel disease and vaccine have unintended consequences and side-effects in a breakthrough infection. Kids are much more likely to recover from COVID than vaccinated adults. Yet, Gupta still presses parents who would instead allow their children to gain natural immunization if infected to get their kids vaccinated.
Gupta eventually concedes that kids are at a lower risk of dying from COVID-19 than vaccinated adults. But he refuses to allow Joe to make him appear to be scrutinizing the viability of the vaccines.
Sanjay Gupta and Joe Rogan talked about gain-of-function research and the Wuhan lab. Gupta was forthright regarding the NIH’s use of weasel language and cutouts to avoid subsidizing it. He shared Joe’s suspicion about China’s conduct and the possibility that COVID-19 might have begun in a lab.
By being straightforward with Gupta and addressing the average susceptibility, Joe points out the dangers to kids and, by extension, healthy adults. The lack of stratification of data on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) website indicates that regular vulnerability exists, and vaccines are not outstanding.