WH vax videos with Jonas Brothers, Pentatonix appall Twitter

The Biden administration thought it would be a good idea to use Pentatonix to urge Americans to get booster shots as COVID-19 cases rise due to the Omicron variant.

A peek on social media on Friday should have told them otherwise.

the Share a video of the White House On Twitter for the Pentatonix — the cappella singing group that won season three of NBC’s “The Sing-Off” — they voiced a short vocal about the boosters.

The official White House account captioned the video, “We can’t be shouting ‘Get the booster’ from the rooftops of the White House, so we asked PTXofficial to do something better for us.” “Find a booster appointment or vaccine near you at http://vaccines.gov.” ;

The group sang in the 18-second clip “Get your booster / Just like a seat for a toddler / Just like the heat from a rocket ship / Sometimes all you need is a booster.”

The White House has released a video with the winners of “The Sing-Off” Pentatonics singing about their vaccinations. Twitter users described it as a “cringe”.
The White House / Twitter

The response on Twitter was immediate, with many asking who the target audience was and others expressing horror in Twee messages.

“This might be the worst tweet ever on multiple levels legitimately,” he said. Suggest one user.

“Vaccine propaganda is the worst kind of music ever created.” Another cracked.

“I wish I could get a full vaccination against nuisance,” third lament.

Half an hour after the White House tweeted the Pentatonix video, The Jonas Brothers Disney-boosted pop-rock band brothers Kevin, Joe, and Nick posted a video on TikTok that was filmed at the White House.

The 16-second clip showed the brothers lip syncing to a viral Sidetalk video in which Coney Islanders talk about President Biden — or in this case, “Byron.”

At the end of the video, Kevin Jonas asks – in his voice – “Well, did we get it?”

The camera switches angles to show Biden in a pose that makes it look like he’s filming a video.

“We got it,” Biden says with a smile.

Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers posted a video filmed at the White House showing President Joe Biden on their Instagram.
Jonas Brothers / Twitter

Unlike the Pentatonix video, the Twitter reaction was split as many users found it humorous, but wonder Whether there are better uses From Everyone’s time.

Others were less happy.

“Wonderful. I never thought I would see the day when I hate the Jonas Brothers so much but here we are,” One user said.

“I hate this place,” another male.

The videos weren’t the first time the Biden administration had used celebrities to pay for vaccinations or other administration policies.

The White House frequently uses celebrities to advance its policies.
The White House / Twitter

Last month, First Lady Jill Biden met R&B singer Ciara to promote childhood vaccinations. Days later, Biden filmed a TikTok with Bill Nye the Science Guy touting his rebuilding better spending bill.


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