Hogan: “100% Betty and Sidney were also jabed their dropping like flies”

Jan 12, 2022 - by James Walsh

Hulk Hogan has managed to receive backlash after his Facebook account made some comments on Betty White, Bob Saget and Sidney Poitier’s deaths. The trio of celebrities all passed recently and on a video posted to comedian Josh Pray’s Facebook page reacting to Saget’s passing, he responded to a comment suggesting that Saget’s death was caused by a COVID-19 vaccine.

After the original commenter wrote “Many directions we can go with this, but I will take jab for $500 Alex,” Hogan (or at least his official Facebook account) replied:

The comment has now been edited (it now just reads “I”) after Hogan was criticized for the comment, but of course it had already been screenshot and shared online.

Hogan has yet to comment on the matter.

Hogan’s comments prompted The Tonight Show to react…

15 Responses

  1. Mackdeezy says:

    Do him and Ric get together and decide what goofy things to say on alternating weeks?

  2. dooman says:

    this from a guy who INJECTED whatever he could for fun and work for 50 years

  3. CM Chippunk says:

    Well, VAERS reports that there have been 21,382 deaths due to the COVID vaccines, as of Dec 31; and a Columbia University study estimated that “VAERS deaths are underreported by a factor of 20” … There is simply too much money in the fake science jabs for the press to report on what are actually official gov’t statistics from the CDC and FDA. BooOOoOSssSttt! 🙄

  4. Stonz says:

    @ MTH – if you don’t like this site then go somewhere else. Also, people are allowed to have any opinion they want. It’s what makes the world go round. If people are anti-vax, that’s their choice and they are welcome to voice their opinion on it. Same as people who are all for the vax. Either way, people are allowed to have differing opinions without clearing it with you first, pal.

  5. Pisto75666 says:

    They’re allowed to have a different opinion. They’re not (or shouldn’t be) allowed to spread misinformation. VAERS has been used by anti vaxxers to scare people.


  6. Pete Haines says:

    Da vaxice is the one that’s good shot healthy.

  7. Luke says:

    You can’t ban spreading misinformation. That’d require taking down every government and religious organization in the world.

  8. Disgruntled Jobber says:

    The moderation here, like anyplace else, isn’t perfect. Stuff gets though. As far as Luke and Stonz’s comments go, allowing people to post anti-vaxx nonsense is why we have scores of people drinking their own urine because someone said it fights COVID. It is irresponsible to let the anti-vaxx nonsense slip though, that’s just my opinion.

  9. Luke says:

    @Disgruntled Jobber
    So we’re supposed to have censorship (under a cute different name) because people are stupid? We need to coddle the stupid, is that what you’re saying?
    By the way, you missed the point of my comment completely.

  10. Joseph says:


    Continued monitoring has identified nine deaths causally associated with J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccination. CDC and FDA continue to review reports of death following COVID-19 vaccination and update information as it becomes available.


    Signs That You May Have Had COVID-19


    Most people who get COVID-19 are unvaccinated. However, since vaccines are not 100% effective at preventing infection, some people who are fully vaccinated will still get COVID-19.

    Nine deaths from the vaccine. You may have had Covid and not know it. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can still get the virus. Why should I get the vaccine again? Oh wait. I’m going to die and kill my family. Isn’t that the line people use?

  11. Disgruntled Jobber says:

    Cute comment about censorship. So, let me ask you this. You email a letter to the opinion page of the local newspaper, and they reject it, opt not to print it in any form, are you going to sue them for censorship? I actually did get your comment better after a second reading, and as Carlin once wisely pointed point Religion is the biggest supplier of B.S. than anyone else.

  12. Carlin also said not to truth the government

  13. Stonz says:

    How does one know that the info they are getting from the government isn’t misinformation as well? Point is, everyone is entitled to their own choices and their own opinion. If someone wants to believe everything they see on TV from the government about Covid, then let them. It’s pretty close-minded to do so, but it is what it is. Even the government doesn’t know everything there is to know about this sickness, so how can ANYONE determine what exactly is “misinformation”? People should quit telling other people how to think, and just think for themselves, and also worry about themselves. Like I said, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, even if it is different than yours.

  14. Luke says:

    @Disgruntled Jobber
    Your local newspaper has limited space and can’t print everything, a comments section does not. Necessary selection vs. censorship by choice. It’s a little like comparing digital content sharing to stealing (from a physical standpoint, not a legal one). And who are wrestling site mods to decide what’s fact and what’s not anyway? This site has its problems, but being undercensored is not one of them.
    You didn’t answer my question. What other point is there to the kind of censorship we’re talking about here besides coddling the stupid?
    And, since you have a healthy approach to religion, take a good look at pro vax vs. anti vax. A real good look. Notice how both are based mainly on faith? Ring any bells?

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