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Ethan Klein, a YouTuber, called Joe Rogan a “piece of s***” for spreading false information about vaccines

Rogan’s followers replied after Klein said the podcaster’s rationale “doesn’t make any sense.”

Ethan Klein, the host of the h3h3Productions YouTube channel, has slammed podcaster Joe Rogan for propagating vaccine disinformation.

“Joe Rogan, who lives on elk meat, egg yolk, and human growth hormone, with tar-filled lungs, thinks he’s healthier than everyone,” Mr Klein tweeted on Tuesday.


“This mfer is such a b****, he threw ‘the kitchen sink at it’ when he got covid — if you’re so healthy, just ride it out as you say a man should,” he continued.

He continued, “Dude has produced so much vaccine apprehension and misinformation, and he doesn’t even have the courage to stand by the nonsense he preaches.” “Now he’s on his show talking about how overweight people should just die of covid — what a f***ing jerk.”



“Instead of getting vaccinated, he takes regeneron, an investigational medicine created alongside mRNA vaccines,” Mr Klein explained. His rationale is illogical, and he then credits ivermectin, which has no effect on Covid.”

“Not to mention whatever the f*** is in Alpha Brain,” he continues, alluding to Mr Rogan’s dietary supplement, which he claims to have been using since 2010.

Mr Klein wraps up his twitter thread by chastising the podcaster for allegedly having a double standard when it comes to his criticism of pharmaceutical corporations in the case of the Covid-19 vaccination.


“Meanwhile, while Joe is on a big pharma conspiracy against vaccines — someone has to ask him who makes ivermectin and regeneron, and everything else he took when he had Covid,” he added.

Rogan and Mr Klein have previously clashed online, with their respective followers jumping into the conflict, and this time was no different.

Rogan fans urged Mr Klein to “cry a little bit more,” calling him “whiny,” and saying he was “in need of care.”

The podcaster has previously been chastised for his vaccine apprehension and advocacy of untested Covid therapies.

Supporters of Mr Klein reacted as well, with one tweeting: “Sitting here with Covid right now and I am even more boosted.” I didn’t throw everything at it because it feels like I have the mildest cold I’ve ever had. Vaccines are effective, baby.”


Rogan has stated that he favours the vaccine for persons at increased risk of Covid-19, but that it should not be required for the general public.

He brought Dr. Sanjay Gupta into his podcast in October to talk about Covid-19 vaccinations, and the two got into an argument about how Rogan treated himself and how it was depicted on CNN.

Vaccines against Covid-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, were produced using decades-old technology, are safer than receiving Covid-19, and are effective at preventing severe disease while reducing the virus’s transmission.

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