Exhausting every resource the Democrats have, the Biden administration has been vigorously promoting COVID-19 mandates and the COVID-19 shot. The only problem, with the Biden administration and government agencies being extremely silent on the supposed side effects, some people are still hesitant to take a drug that doesn’t stop COVID-19 from spreading or even the people who took it from getting infected. Still wanting 100% of Americans to get the jab, the White House has now decided to call on Hollywood to help convince the country that getting the shot is hip and cool. 

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In the video below, the White House used the musical talents of the Jonas Brothers. Instead of having them sing, the brothers rattled through a series of TikTok trends aimed at making President Biden appear relevant. The brothers also touched on the importance of getting the COVID-19 jab and booster. But while the Jonas Brothers flashed style and signature looks, the ending truly shocked viewers when it was revealed President Biden was filming the whole thing. 


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It should be noted that this isn’t the first time the Biden administration has called on pop stars to push the COVID-19 drug on Americans. They also hosted the Cappella group, Pentatonix, who sang a beautiful melody. Too bad it was about the jab and the importance of getting those Big Pharma boosters. 


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