Howard Stern: Unvaccinated Americans Are ‘F***ing Morons; If Continues I Will Run For POTUS To Fix Things

Howard Stern: Unvaccinated Americans Are ‘F***ing Morons; If Continues I Will Run For POTUS To Fix Things

Shock jockey on the radio Howard Stern has been giving his unvarnished thoughts about COVID-19 and how to deal with it since the beginning of the year. Following this, the 67-year-old radio personality has offered his services to “fix” the epidemic, while simultaneously criticizing “f***ing fools” who have chosen to stay unprotected for extending the “mess.”

On his SiriusXM radio program Tuesday, Stern stated, “Believe me, this place is turning into a third-world nation as a result of the f***ing idiots we have living here.” Stern was talking about a staffer’s recent trip to Panama when he remarked, “This place is turning into a third-world country.” This is a terrible indictment on my country,” says the author.

“This is my nation,” says the author. There are just too many moron’s living in this house. “It’s possible that we’re done with the COVID business,” Stern concluded.

Robin Quivers, the co-host, said, “You were all about freedom until the morons got a grip of the place.”

“I’m no longer interested in freedom,” Stern remarked, to the delight of the audience. The current state of affairs in my nation does not fill me with confidence. “I’m thinking I may have to leave simply to clean up this f***ing mess.”

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It took Stern about two seconds to clean up after himself in front of the crowd. In the same manner in which [President] Biden pulled us out of Afghanistan — that quickly — I want to clean up the mess. Boom. “As soon as possible.”

In the past, the Sirius XM broadcaster has criticized professional sportsmen Kyrie Irving and Aaron Rodgers for refusing to be vaccinated against the flu. He’s also uttered things like “F*** them.” “F*** their freedom,” he said of those who refuse to be vaccinated, and he voiced support for vaccination requirements.

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This isn’t the first time Stern has shown interest in running for president, and he has expressly said that he believes he can defeat Donald Trump if the former president decides to run in 2024.

“There’s no way I’d lose,” Stern remarked of the notion when it was first proposed in November.

Meanwhile, Biden has come under fire for how he handled the United States’ decision to leave from Afghanistan. 13 U.S. troops were killed and hundreds of friends were stuck in Afghanistan as the Taliban regained power in a terrorist attack at Kabul’s international airport in response to the incident.

According to Stern, Oprah Winfrey should not organize Christmas parties at her home when instances of the new Omicron strain are growing, as he did on Monday. “I’m completely awestruck by Oprah, I’m not exaggerating. “On her Instagram, she loves to invite you inside her home, where every night of Christmas is a huge party, almost like a celebration, and she invites a new chef every night,” the radio presenter said.

“It’s becoming very perplexing to me,” he added. The situation with COVID seems clear to me. Everyone is in possession of it. Everyone is suffering from a sickness. People are suffering with a 104-degree fever. In order to avoid a 104 degree fever and becoming ill, I’ve taken to concealing myself. Everyone else, on the other hand, is out and about. “It seems that Oprah is hosting dinner parties.”

Despite the fact that Oprah has made it plain that she exclusively interacts with those who have been vaccinated, the “Private Parts” star does not believe this is sufficient. Even worse, Stern is appalled by anybody who chooses to stay unvaccinated or who relies on natural immunity to protect themselves.

The former “General Hospital” actor Ingo Rademacher was brought up by Stern on his Tuesday program, when he claimed that he had been removed from the show after vaccination requirements were implemented.

“Does he think he’s crazy?” Stern was the one who inquired. “It’s completely insane.”



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