“I don’t trust them to tell me the truth about what they put in there,” Maher said about the shot. “And I don’t know what the f–kin’ s–t is.”
He noted that his “overarching theme” about anything related to healthcare advancements is that “most people are giving us too much credit for where we are medically,” because we’re “further along than we used to be” and no longer using wooden teeth as dentures.
“Obviously we’ve come a long way, just in the last hundred years,” Maher continued. “My point of view is we are still at the infancy of understanding how the human body works. So don’t tell me things like, ‘Just do what we say, don’t question it. When have we ever been wrong?’ A lot.”
“All the time,” Rogan concurred.
“And you just don’t know a lot,” he directed at the medical community. “You haven’t cured cancer … You just don’t know very much, it’s not an insult, you just don’t.”
“So just don’t tell me, ‘Well, we are perfectly certain that this vaccine is safe,” Maher remarked. “You don’t know what the interchange of all these elements is doing to me and me personally, it might be different than you. Just don’t have that attitude of, ‘Just get it in you. ‘Cause we are the people who know.'”
Rogan noted that the pharmaceutical companies are making “insane amounts” of profit off the vaccine and many drugs that were billed as safe have been pulled off of the market.
“We’re supposed to pretend that they’ve been honest about the risks of things in the past,” Rogan stated.
Maher has recently inflamed fellow liberals by refusing to get his COVID-19 booster.
“If they don’t prevent you from transmitting it and they don’t prevent you from getting it, why are we still treating this disease the way we always have?” he questioned. “And what the f–k is the use of a booster shot? Because I will never get a booster shot.”
Joe Rogan and Bill Maher discuss how hard it is to trust the “heath experts” and their propping up of the COVID vaccine given the amount of profit in play. pic.twitter.com/NLP7mYJsop
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