Joe Rogan knows how to get attention.
The MMA announcer is under fire after he suggested President Joe Biden faked receiving the COVID-19 booster shot on live TV. The UFC’s #1 announcer threw out his conspiracy theory about Biden’s televised third dose of the Pfizer vaccine during Thursday’s episode of his “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast on Spotify.
“I don’t think they would take the chance,” Rogan mused about Biden taking the shot on camera. “I think if they were going to give him a booster shot, the last thing they would do is give it to him live on television.”
“What if he dies? What if he blacks out? What if he like gets it and faints?” he continued. “Like, because people have had very bad reactions like in the moment for whatever reason.”
Twitter accused Rogan of using his huge platform to spread vaccine disinformation to his audience.
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This from a guy who will take a de-wormer designed by scientists for HORSES – rather than a vaccine designed by scientists for HUMANS.
Rogan is either very gullible or loves taking advantage of people who are very gullible.
— Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) October 1, 2021
Bro Rogan listeners are as brainwashed and delusional as MAGAs. https://t.co/5CseCY2Nvu
— Kimberley Johnson 🇺🇦 (@AuthorKimberley) October 1, 2021
#JoeRogan needs attention & to cash in on it. Sadly he's put other lives at risk w his rhetoric. He doesn't care. Before he aligned w the #MAGA crowd no one knew who he was @joerogan
Joe Rogan Suggests Joe Biden Faked Getting Live TV Booster Shot https://t.co/qWTEEzEhyp
— Leslie Marshall (@LeslieMarshall) October 1, 2021
Joe Rogan said he doesn't believe the Biden administration "would take a chance" on giving the president the Covid vaccine booster live on television out of fears that he might die, black out, or faint. https://t.co/bvOxYttVlL
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) October 1, 2021
Is anyone surprised by what Joe Rogan says these days?
His latest ridiculous conspiracy theory is right on brand. He knows what his audience wants to hear…