The Biden regime is running PSA’s on television programs like Deadliest Catch, NASCAR, and Country Music TV in an effort to target unconvinced conservative white Americans who refuse to receive experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
“We’ve run PSAs on the Deadliest Catch, we’re engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV,” said Psaki. “We’re looking for a range of creative ways to get directly connected to White conservative communities.”
The Biden administration is reportedly launching a $250 million advertisement campaign to convince hesitant Americans to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The White House is also reportedly investing in a community corps program, which involves using organizations like churches to push pro-vaccination narratives to the public, as many Americans don’t trust the assurances of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris amid reports of horrifying reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine.
“We won’t always be the best messengers, but we’re still trying to meet people where they are, but also empower local organizations,” Psaki explained.
Jen Psaki on plan to reach white conservatives on getting the vaccine: “We’ve run PSAs on the Deadliest Catch, we’re engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV”
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 12, 2021
In February, it was reported that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) had partnered with the Discovery Channel to “encourage the importance of mitigation measures to slow the spread of the virus, including wearing face masks.”
“We have one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet — but right now, it’s dangerous everywhere,” Hansen continues, holding up his own mask. “So when medical experts say to wear your mask to fight the pandemic, wear your mask.”
Globalist former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama urged Americans to take the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines in creepy videos released by the Ad Council.
Former Wall Street power players and celebrities appeared in a another strange video telling US businesses to get the “WELL Health-Safety Seal” from the International Well Building Institute, a company with massive ties to Communist China.
“The video itself has raised eyebrows, but what is most concerning could be the IWBI leadership’s questionable connections to China and the Communist Party. In 2016, Scialla and Ya met with Ming Li, the Chairman of Chinese real estate company, Sino-Ocean Land, who later would join the Delos Advisory Board “to provide strategic advice and recommendations to help guide the growth of healthy building in China,” according to Business Wire.”
While one quarter of the United States says they would refuse to take the COVID-10 vaccine, it was reported that over 40% of the US population rejects the idea of controversial vaccine passports, which Americans would be required to present in order to prove their vaccine status “before they will be allowed to engage in commerce in a ‘return to normalcy’ that looks nothing like the past,” as National File reported.
The Biden regime and it’s influenced corporations continue to tout the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines as “safe and effective.” However, the administration’s decision to spend hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars on targeted COVID-19 vaccine advertisements is raising questions concerning influence that the federal government has on corporate America, and why the two entities are moving in lockstep to convince Americans to get vaccinated despite officials like Dr. Fauci saying vaccinated Americans still can’t return to normal life.
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Author: Andrew White
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