Joe Rogan says his doctor treated over 200 members of Congress with ivermectin 

Podcasters Joe Rogan and Michael Malice discussed last week why the mainstream media continues to dismiss ways doctors can treat Covid-19 aside from vaccination.

Rogan said that Dr. Pierre Kory from the Front-Line Critical Care Covid group treated him and hundreds of members of Congress with monoclonal antibodies, prednisone, z-pak, NAD, vitamins, and ivermectin.

“By the way, 200 Congresspeople have been treated with Ivermectin for Covid. Google that. You can probably find that in Dr. Pierre Kory’s Twitter page,” Rogan said. “Before there were vaccines, this was a common off-label treatment for Covid.”

“I do not know the motivation for demonizing this particular medication,” he added. “But I would imagine some of it has to do with money because… this a generic drug now. The patent has run out… and it’s worth like 30 cent per dose.”

Rogan continued to pushback against CNN’s claims that he took a horse de-wormer. “They keep saying I took a horse de-wormer. I literally got it from a doctor,” Rogan said. He claimed that the media was deliberately lying about his treatment.

“It’s a lie on a news network, and it’s a lie that they’re conscious of. It’s not a mistake,” Rogan stated. “They’re unfavorably framing it as veterinary medicine,” he continued. “Bro, do I have to sue CNN?” he said on the coverage. “They’re making s**t up!”




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