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How Joe Rogan 'Inadvertently Showed the World What's Gone Wrong With Our Medical System'

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Throughout the pandemic public health experts pushed the COVID-19 vaccines on Americans without equal emphasis on other campaigns that would help protect the population, such as regular exercise, which a new study shows greatly reduces people’s risk for severe infection and even death, as well as taking certain supplements that support a healthy immune system. 

COVID-19 vaccines were even incentivized by offering free burgers, fries, donuts, cheesecakes, hot dogs, and other unhealthy dietary options. 

Now, Joe Rogan has managed to expose this type of hypocrisy even further in an interview with vaccine expert Dr. Peter Hotez on his podcast, "The Joe Rogan Experience." 

In just a few minutes, Hotez confesses in the now-viral clip to being a “junk-foodaholic” who doesn’t take vitamins (“I don’t think they’re needed”). 

“I don’t have to tell you, but there’s a large body of data that connects poor diet to a host of diseases,” Rogan says. “That seems like a crazy decision for a guy in your line of work.”

Hotez also made sure to plug vaccines, but Rogan reminded him that vaccines are well and good but they don't prevent cancer and other diseases. 

"No, that's true," he replied. 


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