During a Marathon three-hour interview With Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent. The Rogan experience.He wanted to make it clear to both Rogun Gupta and his audience that he was not actually an anti-vaccine. And the proof was that he planned to shoot, but never did.
According to the influential comedian, he actually met in Las Vegas earlier this year to receive a dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. However, he said, logistical problems at the time prevented him from shooting.
Although he never met a second time, even for a different brand shot, he pointed to a short break in the J&J jabs issued by federal health authorities because he was unable to reschedule. ۔
Rogen eventually cited as evidence that he was not resistant to the vaccine or opposed to vaccination.
The podcast host’s vaccine status became a hot button issue in August when Rogan revealed. He had contracted COVID-19.. Reducing the severity of the first virus and He says fit young people do not need vaccines.Rogen admitted that he had contracted the “kitchen sink” virus when he realized he was “running away” from the disease. Its treatment is known to include monoclonal antibodies and ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug that is popular but has been shown to be popular with a wide range of antibiotics. There is no cure for coronavirus..
The 54-year-old comedian, despite suffering from covid 19, told Gupta that he did not regret his failure to get vaccinated before he became ill. Describing his fight with the virus as a “bad cold” and stating that he had recovered quickly, Rogen noted that the shot was not necessary because he was a “healthy person” and ” Always takes vitamins. ”
At the same time, he suggested a better way for other people – including vaccination.
“You know what I have to do?” Rogan, who never called himself “Damn badassOn this particular subject, think out loud. “I think you should get vaccinated and then get sick.” That’s why: Then when you get the vaccine it protects you from a bad infection and then you get the covid, you get a strong immunity which is the same as the actual disease.
He added: “Vaccinate, let it go, and hang out with a bunch of dirty people.”
After Gupta’s retreat, saying “there is no strategy to recommend that people get infected with the disease”, Rogan insisted it was not his intention. He then went on to complain about CNN’s “dangerous” coverage of his ivermectin use, claiming that the network was “lying to me about taking horse medicine.” Rogan is already there. Threatened to sue the network To suggest that he took a version of ivermectin for cattle.
Gupta admitted for his part that CNN anchors “should not have said that” Rogun took a “horse worm”, while admitting that he “should have asked.”
After his appearance on Rogan’s podcast, Gupta wrote an optional essay on the experiment.Explaining his intentions was not just about convincing Rogan that vaccines were safe, effective and necessary; But for the comedian to reach a wider audience.
“I guess a small part of me thought I could change Rogen’s mind about the vaccine,” he wrote. “After this last exchange, I realized that it was probably useless. His mind was made up, and there would always be a lot of misinformation to support his beliefs. The fact is, I’m still happy. That’s what I did. My three-hour conversation wasn’t just with Rogen. If a few of his listeners were convinced, it would be worth it.