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Joe Rogan claims Google are covering up info about vaccine caused injuries and deaths

Podcast host and MMA expert Joe Rogan was trending recently after he ruthlessly exposed lies by CNN and other corporate media outlets and personalities about him taking “horse de-wormer” to help in his fight against Covid-19.

Rogan, who refuses to take the experimental jab, was diagnosed with the Chinese virus and after just six days tested negative and was back training after taking a number of medications including anti-bodies and Ivermectin.

Now the outspoken UFC commentator is trending once again after he suggested that Google is covering up information on vaccine related deaths, saying that he could only find legitimate articles on the matter when using other search engines.

In an interview with Alex Berenson, who has also been attacked by the corporate media for raising questions about the efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccines, Rogan said:

“What is the source of all this? What’s the epicenter of bulls***? … Specifically in my case, where they’re saying, ‘horse de-wormer.’ Like why? Who’s doing that?”

Berenson replied, “So there are pollsters out there who are looking at focus groups,” adding “So when they’re talking about ‘horse de-wormer,’ there’s somebody out there who’s spending a couple million dollars a month or whatever it is to make sure, that if, oh, this is not for humans, it’s for animals. They are testing all that language, and that is one reason why it sounds so similar.”

“It’s one of the reasons I stopped using Google to search things, too,” Rogan continued, adding “They’re doing something to curate information.”

“Look, if I wanted to find specific cases about people who died from vaccine-related injuries, I had to go to Duck Duck Go. I wasn’t finding them on Google,” Rogan urged.

He further emphasized, “And I’m like, ‘Okay, this is crazy.’ Like, you guys are hiding information. I’m looking for very specific people and very specific cases, and I’m getting CDC websites, and I’m getting articles on the disinformation attached to vaccines, and vaccines being safe and effective, which for the most part they are, just like peanuts are safe and effective for the most part.”

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