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Dr. Anthony Fauci, renowned for consistently vacillating on how Americans can best protect themselves from the Coronavirus, is mad at Joe Rogan for suggesting healthy young people don’t need to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

“Are you healthy?” Rogan asked listeners on a recent episode of his daily podcast. “Are you a healthy person? Like, look, don’t do anything stupid, but you should take care of yourself. You should — if you’re a healthy person, and you’re exercising all the time, and you’re young, and you’re eating well, like, I don’t think you need to worry about this.”

Rogan also stated that COVID-19 is not “statistically dangerous for children.”

“I can tell you as someone who has — both my children got the virus. It was nothing,” he continued. “I mean, I hate to say that if someone’s children died from this. I’m very sorry that that happened. I’m not in any way diminishing that. But I’m saying the personal experience that my children had with COVID was nothing.”

Darn it, Joe! This is America and the free expression of ideas and opinions that differ from those of the CDC are not permitted. This infraction shall be noted on your permanent record as “non-compliance.”

Suggesting Americans should avoid the Coronavirus vaccine for the sake of “safety” was all the rage prior to the 2020 election, but it’s a big, big naughty to be an anti-vaxxer in 2021.

Fauci said in an interview with the “Today” show that Rogan’s logic was selfish and wrong because unvaccinated young people could “inadvertently and innocently” spread the virus to others.

“You’re talking about yourself in a vacuum,” he said. “If you want to only worry about yourself and not society, then that’s OK. But you’re saying to yourself, ‘Even if I get infected, I could do damage to somebody else even if I have no symptoms at all,’ and that’s the reason why you’ve got to be careful and get vaccinated.”

Mock n’ Rob discussed Rogan’s comments on Wednesday’s edition of the show. Click below to delight your auditory senses with witty and intellectual commentary on the matter.