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.
“Our fellow Americans,” began Bush, followed by Clinton, who said “Right now, the COVID-19 vaccines are available to millions of Americans,” to which then Obama said “and soon, they will be available to everyone.”
“The science is clear. These vaccines will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly disease,” continued Bush. “They could save your life,” added Clinton. “So we urge you to get vaccinated when it’s available to you,” said Bush. “That’s the first step to ending the pandemic and moving our country forward. It’s up to you,” said Obama.
Throughout the duration of the advertisement a light acoustic tune was playing in the background.
This is not the first creepy pro-vaccine advertisement that the former Presidents had made an appearance for. This next video was also released by the Ad Council on March 11, featuring former Presidents and First Ladies. In the first 18 seconds, the former Presidents say the exact same thing as they did in the first video, only in a different order.
“Right now, the COVID-19 vaccines are available to millions of Americans,” said Bush. “And soon, they will be available to everyone.”
“It will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly disease,” said Obama.
The video then shows photos of former Presidents and First Ladies getting what appears to be the experimental mRNA COVID vaccines as they make their case as to why Americans should do the same.
“I want to go back to work and I want to be able to move around,” said Clinton. “We’ve lost enough people and we’ve suffered enough damage.”
Former President Bush is not the only globalist RINO pushing pro-vaccine narratives. Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro made the case for forced vaccinations on March 18, as National File reported.
When a caller asked Shapiro about the use of fetal baby DNA, and about the vaccine companies not having any liability and having access to a special government-sponsored payout system for those who sustain critical injuries or die because of vaccines, Shapiro made the case for mandating them anyway.
Shapiro claimed that personal liberty only counts when it comes to vaccines if the vaccine is simply designed to protect you from a disease, and not to achieve herd immunity. “One, you have to determine that there are differences in my opinion with regard to vaccines that are directly designed to prevent you from getting a disease, and ones that rely on herd immunity in order to prevent others from getting a disease,” said Shapiro.