Media Pissed-Off that Joe Rogan Kicked COVID’s Ass Unconventionally


This week, podcaster Joe Rogan survived Covid-19 through unconventional means. The mainstream press had a very bizarre reaction. While they don’t appear to be upset that he didn’t die, they do seem to be outraged that he employed natural therapies and off-label medications, such as Ivermectin, that have been recommended by hundreds of doctors but are frequently condemned by vaccine-pushers in the US government and those who seem beholden to the big pharmaceutical companies.


Rogan didn’t suffer from the sickness for weeks. He didn’t die pleading with people not to listen to his worries about vaccine mandates (he’s also vaccinated, by the way). Instead, he “threw the kitchen sink” at the ailment and was fully healed in three days, with one “bad” day in the midst of the sickness.


“I really only had one bad day, Sunday sucked, but Monday was better, Tuesday felt better than Monday, and today I actually feel good,” he said. “I feel pretty f**king good.”


Here’s his announcement:


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Ivermectin, an anti-parasite treatment frequently recommended (though not widely enough) by clinicians who appreciate its usefulness in treating Covid-19, is the number one target of Big Pharma and its proxies at the CDC, mainstream media, Big Tech, and academia. Many mainstream media pieces didn’t even mention his recovery, let alone how he did it. 


They noticed the video above and decided to use a headline similar to CNN’s “Joe Rogan says he tested positive for Covid-19.” Anderson Cooper emphasizes in the film that Ivermectin is for horses and that the CDC opposes its use. Cooper then brought on disgraced former Planned Parenthood Director Leana Wen and psycho-eyes CNN co-worker Brian Stelter. They, predictably, slammed Ivermectin for the entire segment.


Joe Rogan says he tested positive for Covid-19


The Gateway Pundit found more examples of the media’s bizarre reactions:


“Rogan did not reveal if he’s been vaccinated against the coronavirus but said he’s been taking a number of medications, mentioning a Z-Pak, prednisolone and ivermectin, which is given to livestock and not recommended for the treatment of COVID-19.” The Hill reported.

“Joe Rogan announced that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. He said he took a series of medications, including ivermectin, but did not make any mention of the vaccine.” Axios whined.

“Joe Rogan, a podcasting giant who has been dismissive of vaccination has Covid” – The New York Times rage reported.

“Joe Rogan says he has Covid, took widely discredited horse drug ivermectin. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration last month urged people to stop believing misinformation that the livestock treatment would help cure Covid-19.” ABC News reported.


Judging by this type of reactionary, fearful reporting, mainstream media appears to have wanted Joe Rogan to have died from Covid after taking Ivermectin, which would have reinforced their narrative that it’s dangerous and ineffective in combative the symptoms of COVID. However, Rogan, who has never shied away from having in-depth discussions on COVID or its origins, thankfully recovered quickly and the media is shamelessly pouting about it.


Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Vaccine Misinformation and Long-haul Covid


While I’m very thankful that Joe Rogan recovered so easily from Covid by taking Ivermectin and a Z-pak, I want to emphasize that I’m not a doctor and therefore not making any recommendations on how you should approach your personal health decisions. You should be able to make up your own mind about vaccines and off-label medications.


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Jamison Ashley

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