Disgusting Propaganda: Elmo Flexes His ‘Superhero’ Bandages After Taking the COVID-19 Vaccine [VIDEO]

"Now Daddy has super-duper hero bandages just like Elmo!"

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While President Joe Biden appeared to be worried about the surge of cases surrounding monkeypox, thanks to both the CDC and FDA approving the COVID-19 jab for children as young as six months, it seems the push for more funding and more doses has once again become a major agenda for the Biden administration. Not only did President Biden call the moment historic, but at the same time, he revealed that the government would need additional funds to continue its fight against the coronavirus. And thanks to Sesame Street’s Sesame Workshop, the Ad Council, and COVID-19 Vaccine Education Initiative, a new PSA containing Elmo was released, hoping to promote the drug to kids. 

In the video, which is featured below, both Elmo, who is 3 ½ years old, and his father, Louie, discussed what it was like getting the COVID-19 drug. Elmo was more than thrilled to get the jab as his father suggested that getting his son the shot was not only keeping him safe but the whole neighborhood. Take a look. 

It should be noted that while the Biden administration, CDC, and FDA support the drug made by Pfizer and Moderna, studies concluded that the jab does not protect individuals from contracting or spreading the virus. That didn’t seem to stop the video from being released as Senior Vice President of U.S. social impact at Sesame Workshop, Jeanette Betancourt, stated, “With help from Elmo and his dad Louie, we want to model real conversations, encourage parents’ questions, and help children know what to expect.”

According to the CDC, “COVID-19 can make children and teens of any age very sick and can sometimes require treatment in a hospital. Some children and teens have even died from COVID-19. The benefit of COVID-19 vaccines, like other vaccines, is that those vaccinated get protection without risking the potentially serious consequences of getting sick with COVID-19.” They added it would “Help protect children from severe disease, hospitalization, or death by getting them vaccinated against COVID-19.”

The American Academy of Pediatrics also noted, “just 29 percent of children ages 5 to 11 and 59 percent of adolescents ages 12 to 17 were fully vaccinated in the U.S. at the beginning of June — that’s 18.2 million children ages 5 to 11 who have not received a vaccination dose. In new research from the Ad Council, 52 percent of parents polled hadn’t decided whether or not their child under five would be vaccinated.”

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Although known for their satire, back in November of 2021, the Babylon Bee wrote an article about the “Vaccinate Me, Elmo.” The outlet wrote, “The doll says fun phrases like ‘Elmo loves complying with government mandates, ha ha ha!’ and ‘Ivermectin is not approved by the FDA, ha ha!’ Other phrases include the following: ‘Mask up, or you’ll die,’ ‘Elmo loves experimental vaccines,’ ‘Why do you want to kill grandma,’ ‘Comply or die,’ ‘F— anti-maskers,’ and ‘We’re all in this together — or else! Haha!'”

This piece was written by Zach Heilman on June 28, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.


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