UFC giant Dana White is the president of the multi-billion dollar UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), the largest mixed-martial organization in the world.

White has been under fire from the Left and the leftist media for a recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, where they discussed how Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies worked to help cure them of COVID.  During their interview, the unvaccinated White claimed that after 24 hours of taking the alternative treatments, he began to feel better.

Last night, during a live interview, White was asked about the pressure being placed on Spotify by “200+ doctors” to remove his podcast from their platform. White, who seemed unaware of their efforts,  very calmly discussed his frustration over how difficult it’s become to get Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies, two widely accepted drugs in the medical community, have been unjustly demonized by the medical community and by the media.

“Are you surprised at the backlash that people won’t even allow you to discuss options and pre-treatment?” a reporter asked.

“It’s disgusting,” White said. He added, “It’s one of the craziest things that I’ve ever witnessed in my life. And we’re not talking about experimental drugs or things—this stuff’s been around. The guy won a Nobel Peace prize.”

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“Are you a doctor?” a reporter shouted.

White shot back, “There you go!” White laughed, “Here he comes!”

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“I just asked a question, are you a doctor?” the reporter yelled back.

White laughed and continued, “No, but I took them, and they worked for me. So, why shouldn’t I be able to take them again? Or other people?”

“I won’t answer that,” the reporter said.

“No, dive in!” White said, encouraging the conversation, but the reporter, who clearly wasn’t expecting to be challenged, declined.

“Why shouldn’t we be able to take them?” he asked the reporter.  “You wanna what’s scary? White asked. “I bet I could get some f**kin pain pills quicker than I could get monoclonal antibodies! No, not maybe—that’s a fact! That’s a fact! They f**kin hand out pain pills like they’re Tic Tacs!”

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