Dennis Prager slammed for saying he got Covid on purpose: 'Stop playing politics'

Dennis Prager also claimed that he’s taking drugs, like Regeneron, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin to treat it


                            Dennis Prager slammed for saying he got Covid on purpose: 'Stop playing politics'
Dennis Prager has claimed to get coronavirus deliberately (Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images)
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Well-known anti-vaxxer Dennis Prager has claimed to get Covid-19 intentionally so that he can get natural immunity, which is "not possible" with the vaccines. The 73-year-old was speaking on his radio show that airs on the right-wing Salem Radio Network, where he said: “It is infinitely preferable to have natural immunity than and that is what I hoped for the entire time.”

He continued, “Hence, I so engaged with strangers, constantly hugging them, taking photos with them, knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting Covid. Which is, indeed, as bizarre as it sounded, what I wanted, in the hope I would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by therapeutics.”

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The conservative radio talk show host also went on to name some medicines that are apparently helping him in sickness. He stated, “I have received monoclonal antibodies, that's Regeneron. I have, of course, for a year and a half, been taking hydroxychloroquine from the beginning, with zinc. I've taken z-pack, azithromycin, as the Zelenko protocol would have it. I have taken ivermectin,” before adding, “I have done what a person should do if one is not going to get vaccinated.”

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Prager’s boost about medicines was completely in contrast to the Food & Drug Administration that claimed that neither hydroxychloroquine nor ivermectin is an effective way of treatment for the virus. The same goes with Regeneron, and hydroxy and zinc mix. It’s not the first time that he has made these kinds of bizarre statements as in 2020, he tried to prove that hydroxychloroquine is a way to treat the Covid-19 and also dubbed the coronavirus lockdown “the greatest mistake in the history of humanity.”

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The latest comments from Prager have received a lot of criticism on social media. “Doing an ‘I meant to do that’ with contracting COVID-19 is madness. I hope Dennis Prager recovers soon and learns something from this,” lawyer Mark R Yzaguirre tweeted. A user commented, “No such thing as natural immunity. If you ever had the Measles, no doctor would ever recommend you get a measles vaccine. So let’s stop playing politics and use some common sense.” Another one wrote, “This guy believes that slavery was a good thing for black people and that slave owners did a favor to them. If anything COVID will be an improvement for him.”

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A critic slammed, “Taxing the health care system by voluntarily contracting a serious illness with no way to predict care requirement is the ultimate in irresponsibility.” The second one criticized, “So let me get this straight..he won't get the vaccine bc he doesn't trust it..bc its not necessary...doesn't trust science...but he'll take the monoclonal antibodies infusion that only has EUA since the start of Covid...that costs thousands...vaccine free...and antibodies last.” “How does anyone take all these drugs and think they are sticking it to the pharmaceutical industry by not getting vaccinated? How does anyone think getting Covid AND taking all these drugs is healthier than getting vaccinated?” a user shockingly asked.

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