Former first lady Michelle Obama has teamed up with mothers of several celebrities — including singer Alicia Keys, actor Jonah Hill, and rock musician Adam Levine — on a campaign to promote the experimental coronavirus vaccine, claiming falsely that getting the vaccine as well as regular boosters will “keep yourself and those around you safe.”
The humorous campaign capitalizes on the stereotype of the nagging mother to pressure people into getting vaccinated. “To do it, they’ll use every power in the mom book,” the narrator says, citing bribery, guilt-tripping, and “texting way too many times.”
Other moms in the campaign include Pauletta Washington, wife of Denzel and mother of actor John David Washington, who says she was initially reluctant to take the vaccine but is now glad that she did. Robin Paul, mother of basketball star Chris Paul, also was hesitant. “You don’t have to live in fear once you get the vaccination,” she said.
You don’t have to live in fear without the vaccine, either, but this administration wants absolute compliance, so the fear-mongering must continue.
Michelle Obama says at the end of the video: “You don’t need to be a mom to be a superhero. You can keep yourself and those around you safe by getting your COVID vaccine or booster today.”
The experimental drug — not technically a vaccine — does not prevent you or those around you from getting COVID. Not getting it, though, prevents you from living your life free of harassment by the totalitarian authorities.