Dennis Prager Sought COVID to Prove Point

James Watkins | October 18, 2021

National talk show host Dennis Prager announced on his daily program Monday he has COVID-19 and has since been treating his condition with doctor-prescribed Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine and monoclonal antibodies – and is recovering.

The sometimes controversial 73-year old host said on his show this week he wanted to contract COVID because he believes natural immunity is another way to defeat COVID-19 without subscribing to endless vaccines that do not always protect people from getting sick, a message that contradicts messaging from the CDC.

Prager has repeatedly said on his program taking a vaccine should remain a personal choice with mRNA being new technology and most vaccines require years of study before they get approval.

“The Science I trust; Scientists are a different matter,” Prager has stated on numerous occasions, suggesting the pandemic has been heavily politicized in the United States and elsewhere.

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

“At no point was I in danger of hospitalization,” Prager added.

Prager, a nationally-recognized author and public speaker, has authored several national bestselling books over decades, including his most recent The Rationale Bible, and is considered a leading authority on Judeo-Christian religion and philosophy.

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