Joe Rogan Was Right: W.H.O. Backs Podcaster Over Vaccine Advice

Comedian got pummeled by press, Neil Young for common-sense precautions

Joe Rogan nearly got canceled last year, but it wasn’t over any joke that upset the woke mob.

The Spotify superstar interviewed guests who didn’t align with the government’s COVID-19 protocols to the letter. That included Dr. Robert Malone, a pioneer in the development of mRNA technology used in the COVID-19 vaccines and a jab skeptic.

Rogan also suggested young people don’t need to take the various vaccines meant to minimize the risks of COVID-19. They’re at very little risk for hospitalization or death, he argued.

He later clarified his position.

“I’m not an anti-vaxx person,” he said. “I said I believe they’re safe and I encourage many people to take them. My parents were vaccinated. I just said that if you’re a young, healthy person that you don’t need it.”

That combination caused a panic in the press. Here’s how Business Insider framed Rogan’s comments:

Joe Rogan said on his podcast that healthy young people should avoid COVID-19 vaccines. Spotify reportedly has no plans to remove the episode

The liberal New York Daily News took a similar approach.

Joe Rogan, opposing experts, says young and healthy people shouldn’t get COVID vaccine

The kerfuffle went nuclear after rocker Neil Young’s requested to remove his music from Spotify over Rogan’s commentary. The so-called “misinformation” could hurt people, Young feared.

“They can have Rogan or Young. Not both,” the rock legend said at the time. Other musicians followed suit, including Joni Mitchell, Nils Lofgren, David Crosby and Sebastian Bach.

Spotify faced tremendous pressure to cancel or censor Rogan, and the platform did remove some of his past episodes and add a disclaimer before select installments, which Rogan praised at the time.

That was then.

Recently, European countries have warned against the dangers of vaccinating young, healthy people.

European Countries Ban COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 12 While America Pushes It, with Jesse Kelly

Germany’s vaccine panel said the jab should only be given to children from 6 months of age to four if they’re “at risk of severe disease from the infection.” 

England no longer vaccinates children 12 and under.

A study released late last year downplayed the risk of heart issues with teens who take the vaccine, but it also noted the complications could be serious in those affected.

Although a majority of the people recovered quickly, 93% of the cases required hospitalization and 23% of the cases were serious enough to require admission to the intensive care unit. No deaths were observed.

Now, the World Health Organization is essentially saying what Rogan said last year.

Healthy children and teens likely don’t need COVID-19 vaccinations, according to updated guidance posted on the website of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday.

The update contrasts with wisdom from the CDC, the FDA and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the COVID-19 guru whose work over the past three years has come under severe scrutiny.

Much of what was considered gospel regarding the virus and safety protocols turned out to be either false or wildly misleading.

Masks don’t offer the virus protection we were told, according to a landmark study from Cochrane. Lockdowns had little effect on containing the virus while dramatically impacting society for the worse.  The two main vaccines didn’t stop recipients from spreading or getting the virus.

Others have been warning against automatic vaccinations for COVID-19 before the W.H.O. proclamation.

Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and an oncology surgeon at the school’s affiliated hospital, told The Daily Wire why parents should take caution before getting their children vaccinated for COVID-19.

“They have the lowest benefit from a vaccine because they are the lowest risk of any COVID complications,” Makary said. “We still don’t know if any young, healthy person has ever died of COVID in the United States. The CDC won’t tell us, and they’ve never broken the data down by young people who are healthy versus had a comorbidity like leukemia or an immunosuppression condition.”


  1. If I say something that has no evidence to support it and it contradicts the best information we have at the time, and what I said turns out to be correct, was my zero-evidence claim something that people should have taken seriously?

    The correct answer, if you care about maximizing your chances of believing true things and minimizing your chances of believing untrue things, has to be “no.” Meanwhile, you’re shouting to the world that the answer is “yes.” Why do you think that is?

    Being right by chance isn’t a reliable path to believing true things. I don’t undsrstand why you’re insisting otherwise.

    1. The point you’re missing is that Rogan almost forfeited his career over this. His way of life.

      Many servicemen and health personnel still don’t have their jobs back, and likely never will. Because they did nothing but trust their gut and say “No thanks” to the government telling them they have to inject something into their bodies. Something we now know made them all filthy rich (leadership at the FDA and CDC both receive “royalties” from Pfizer. Seriously. Look it up.)

      The lesson you’re missing here has nothing to do with who was right or who was wrong. The lesson is DON’T CENSOR OPINIONS AT ALL. Deal with them.

      When all is said and done, we’re going to find out a lot more people died than should have as a direct result of that damned vaccine.

  2. some people think erry fictional character should b written as black or brown… or tranZ
    can’t make it up

  3. Meghan Kelly is a racist who was LITERALLY FIRED FOR HER RACIST SPEW.

    You do the conservative movement, which is trying hard to convince minorities that you are NOT racist, no favors by citing her as the voice of reason. She literally thinks a fictional character like Santa Claus has a color. She also believes that the Lord Jesus Christ who could not possibly have been caucasian , being Semitic, somehow was. I think you told on yourselves.

      1. That is true when you use an actual vaccine before a pandemic not during. It’s basic vaccine science. If it doesn’t prevent spread or infection it increases the chances of variants as the virus infects a “vaccinated” person. MRNA jabs are not vaccines, they are ineffective spike protein generators. You are literally repeating ignorant lies you were told with no understanding of how vaccines work. What I have said here has been proven over years of vaccines and viruses, it’s not made up, it’s not what I was told, its easily verifiable. The news and some authorities agree with you only in theory, they make the assumption that an MRNA jab is as an actual vaccine to push that narrative while also admitting by definition it cannot be, and they hope you don’t notice, and you don’t. You have to ignore basic evidence and redefining of what an effective vaccine is to believe what you do. Wise up. The truth is right in front of you.

      2. You are so out of touch writing this uneducated stew, word salad, wth ever. Never in the history of the real vaccines , not the shot, has anyone ever suggested that it protects anyone but the one who got it. Shots don’t prevent transmission and have proven to be dangerous. They will be removed from the market. But keep passing propaganda.

    1. Holy hell, another unhinged lunatic that cannot stand to be wrong even though the evidence is clear as day. I’m surprised you didn’t throw a “what about Trump” in there somewhere, seeing as your kind has a predilection for such deranged and biased thought…. have a good one Keith, I will keep you in my prayers.

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