"Actually, That's A Good Idea": Jimmy Fallon Shills NYC's Mandatory Vaccine Passport SchemeChris Menahan
Aug. 18, 2021
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Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday used the thin veneer of "comedy" to shill Big Pharma's plans for a third round of experimental booster mRNA injections and suggested New Yorkers view Bill de Blasio's mandatory vaccine passport scheme as "a good idea."
[Feel free to stop watching at 2:20.]
"Today here in New York City, the COVID vaccine mandate went into effect for restaurants and all other indoor venues," Fallon said. "After hearing about the vaccine mandate New Yorkers were like, 'You Suck de Blasi-- oh, wait, that's actually a good idea!' "
The "joke" received only muted applause.
Fallon went on to say how cool the "excelsior pass" name for NYC's vaccine passport was and said that "there are two official apps to prove you're vaccinated -- and the Facebook app to prove you're not."
Some people will do anything for money. I'm beginning to understand why Fallon is reportedly an alcoholic. Shilling this hard must kill one's soul.
As I noted on Sunday, Fallon's audience has gone from around 10 million viewers a night in 2014 to about 1 to 1.5 million a night in 2021.
Nonetheless, NBC president Brian Roberts keeps him on the air just so he can shill the globalists' agenda.
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