Conservative radio host Dennis Prager has tested positive for COVID-19.
He claimed to be unvaccinated and on a mix of drugs including Ivermectin.
He also claimed he wanted to contract COVID-19 to achieve "natural immunity."
Conservative radio host Dennis Prager announced on Monday he tested positive for COVID-19, which he said he was intentionally trying to contract "the entire time."
Broadcasting "The Dennis Prager Show," from his home, he said "at no point was I in danger of hospitalization," according to Media Matters.
"I have received monoclonal antibodies, that's Regeneron. I have, of course, for years - a year and a half, not years - been taking hydroxychloroquine from the beginning, with zinc. I've taken z-pack, azithromycin, as the Zelenko protocol would have it. I have taken ivermectin," Prager said.
"I have done what a person should do if one is not going to get vaccinated," he added, claiming he has not been vaccinated and that he attempted to gain "natural immunity," by contracting the virus - a move the CDC has said is far less effective than gaining a level of immunity from available vaccines.
Prager said on his show that he also wanted to get COVID-19, and this was all part of his plan.
"Hence, so, I have engaged with strangers, constantly hugging them, taking photos with them knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting COVID. Which is, indeed, as bizarre as it sounded, what I wanted, in the hope I would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by therapeutics," Prager said.
The firebrand host said that now that he has the disease, he has, "walked the walk," and pushed conspiracies about CDC opposition to therapeutics, as well as pharmaceutical companies.