BREAKING: Healthy Joe Rogan tested positive for Covid & is about to make authoritarians big mad with his quick recovery regimen pic.twitter.com/2hzLxIBRjy
— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) September 1, 2021
Fifteen months ago, Joe Rogan told Elon Musk on his show that coronavirus is not a big deal.
They had a bunch of facts on that show, and almost went to the level of saying “it’s just the flu.”
Now, he’s acting like it is a big deal.
Joe Rogan has come down with coronavirus.
The 54-year-old comedian took to Instagram on Wednesday to share with fans that he’d contracted the virus after being out on “the road.”
“I GOT COVID,” he wrote in the caption alongside a video of himself explaining his diagnosis. “My apologies, but we have to move the Nashville show to Sunday, October 24.”
He concluded: “Much love to you all.”
The podcast host said that his symptoms included “feeling very weary,” “a headache” and feeling “run down” before a fever and “sweats” set in overnight.
“I knew what was going on,” the comedian said.
Upon being tested the following morning, Rogan was informed that he had contracted COVID-19.
“We immediately threw the kitchen sink at it. All kinds of meds,” the star explained. “Monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-pak, prednisone, everything. And I also got an anti-D drip and a vitamin drip.”
Ivermectin has become a hot topic lately, as it is an anti-parasitic drug often used to treat animals. The FDA has advised against humans using the drug to treat coronavirus, warning that it hasn’t been tested, interacts with some medications and could cause an overdose.
Rogan said that he underwent such treatment for three days.
“Here we are on Wednesday and I feel great,” he explained. “I really only had one bad day. Sunday sucked, but Monday was better, Tuesday felt better than Monday and today, I feel good.”
He added: “I actually feel pretty f–king good.”
Before 2020, when people felt sick, they didn’t think much of it unless it lasted too long or was too acute. The pandemic hoax has successfully induced a constant state of hypochondriasis on people, and now all symptoms are blamed on coronavirus. This mass hysteria is made worse by the PCR testing’s false positives.
Some people are saying that Instagram is applying a filter to make Joe Rogan appear sick.
Compare the white parts of the tree and the color of the sky.
Many on Twitter appear unable to accept that someone who refused the vaccine may test positive for the virus and not die.
(But is simultaneously taking steroids and antibodies but surely the credit of his recovery will be given to the horse medicine)
— higgytheestallion (@higgyhiggz1) September 2, 2021
If steroids and antibodies are enough to treat coronavirus what is the point of these experimental vaccines?
Joe Rogan is taking ivermectin for COVID? As if we needed more reason to think he’s an idiot…
— Chris “Vaccinated because I’m not a moron” Jones (@IPv6Freely) September 2, 2021
Joe Rogan is a fraud. If he didn’t think he needs to get the vaccine why did he seek treatment? I thought covid was a hoax? But he’s taking horse dewormer and monoclonal antibodies??
The Rogan Bros will say he survived because of this lifestyle I’m sure 🙄
— 🌖 the living undead 🌒 (@avantminuit) September 2, 2021
I will not wish anyone dead. I wish Joe Rogan all the life good luck & previous good health can provide.
Yet, were he to die from Covid while taking dewormer. More Americans might get vaccinated. There is already a growing list of dead anti vaccine celebrities.
— Joe MacKrell (@sleepyjoe2) September 2, 2021
WHATEVER Joe Rogan thinks or says about vaccines, covid treatments, virus transmission or covid generally shouldn't factor into your decisions about masking, social distancing, treatment or vaccines because Joe Rogan isn't a doctor, a virologist or a scientist of any kind.
— cosmic horror moth that’s in all your memories (@CheneyForPrison) September 2, 2021
Just because Joe Rogan thinks he has certain horse attributes (which I doubt), Ivermectin isn’t going to treat, much less cure his COVID. What a dum**ss
— Theresa Kereakes (@TheresaKereakes) September 2, 2021