Former shock jock and current radio mouthpiece for the establishment Howard Stern gave his two cents on Joe Rogan’s apologies over the whole Spotify event, sharing that extremely popular podcast that his apology should have included an admission of guilt and instructions for his listeners that they will die if they don’t get the vaccine.
Responding to Rogan’s apology video, Stern stated that he should have stated, “I’m wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die.”
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Stern addressed the controversy to his listeners and called this situation silly. He criticized Rogan for not knowing what he was talking about because he didn’t have a medical background. But Stern has science on his side, so he knows what he’s talking about.
He commented a few weeks after he had advocated for hospitals to refuse treatment to unvaccinated individuals in favor of sending them home to die. It’s the same as the vaccine comments; science stated it’s for your health, and he knows what he’s talking about.
“The whole thing with Joe Rogan is so silly to me. Even the apology he just should’ve said, ‘You know what? Listen, I’m a comedian… And I have no idea what I’m talking about.’
“I have no I have no medical background whatsoever to be telling people what to do with their health.”
He has taken the shot three times, and the worst of it was “he had a little bit of a headache,” so according to him, take the booster. Otherwise, you deserve to die.
In September, Stern viciously criticized the people who refuse to get the C-19 shot and classified them as imbeciles who should ‘’f*ck yourself.’’
“When are we gonna stop putting up with the idiots in this country and just say it’s mandatory to get vaccinated? F*ck ’em. Fuck their freedom. I want my freedom to live,” he said. “I want to get out of the house already. I want to go next door and play chess. I want to go take some pictures.”
Stern has changed quite dramatically from the Stern of old. To cover his tracks and stay off of the woke mob’s list, Stern has to bootlick for the establishment every chance he gets.
He is only a tool for the elite to push their propaganda.
What we saw now is the tip of the iceberg. Half of his total air time over the years is chalked full of cancelable moments, where, if someone on the conservative side of the aisle were to have been caught doing, would be banished to the outer darkness where there is wailing and gnashing of teeth, just as Michael J. Knowles would put it.