From Real Clear Politics
Peterson previously admitted he made a ‘stupid’ decision to get the COVID jabs because he thought doing so would mean the government would leave him ‘alone.’
During an interview this week with Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report,” Canadian psychology professor and Jungian evangelist Jordan Peterson said he regrets taking the Covid-19 vaccine.
“You know, Canadians who aren’t vaccinated now cannot leave the country,” he reported. “What the hell? Why is that?”
“Look, I got vaccinated, and people took me to task for that. And I thought, ‘All right, I’ll get the damn vaccine.’ Here’s the deal, guys: I’ll get the vaccine, you f***ing leave me alone. And did that work? No. So, stupid me,” he said.
“That’s how I feel about it. So, like, well, I have to get tested for COVID when I come back into Canada. I have to get tested before I leave Canada.”
“That might be an issue with the Americans… but the restrictions to get back into Canada are even more stringent… Why did I get the vaccine then, if you’re not going to leave me alone?”
“And I don’t think the argument that vaccinated people are less contagious is very compelling. So why are the unvaccinated all of a sudden a danger? And i certainly don’t get the push to get children vaccinated.”
Watch Dave Rubin’s full talk with Jordan Peterson: