Spotify podcast host Joe Rogan on Thursday suggested that President Joe Biden was not really vaccinated on live TV on the grounds that he may not be healthy enough to get a booster shot.
On Monday, President Joe Biden received his third Pfizer coronavirus vaccine on live television.
"Anyway, like I did in my first and second COVID-19 vaccination shot, I'm about to get my booster shot and do it publicly," Biden said. "This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. That's why I'm moving forward with vaccination requirements wherever I can."
While getting his shot, Biden calmly answered seven questions from the press.
President Biden just answered questions all the way through getting his Pfizer booster shot. https://t.co/7NDWkn8IbE— Jennifer Epstein (@Jennifer Epstein) 1632763069.0
Getting publicly vaccinated has become one of the leading political photo-ops of 2021, with local, state, and federal officials holding similar events to demonstrate their trust in the vaccines.
But podcaster Joe Rogan pushed the conspiracy theory it might have been faked because of his false apparent belief that getting vaccinated is dangerous.
"I think if they were going to give him a booster shot, the last thing they would do is give it to him live on television. What if he dies? What if he blacks out? What if he like gets it and faints? Like, because people have had very bad reactions like in the moment for whatever reason," Rogan said.
Spotify's Joe Rogan suggests Biden didn't actually get a booster shot on live TV because he could've died or blacke… https://t.co/OgfrMRHwu1— Alex Paterson (@Alex Paterson) 1633036425.0