B Grade Australian Celebrity Kyle Selloutland Is Cringe Worthy Attempt To Sell People To Join the Vaccine Death Cult Herd
By European Times
Get Vaxxed Baby – I’ve been convinced!
I’ve finally been convinced to roll up my sleeve! It only took this washed up celebrity making a silly video to help me get over my hesitancy….
BTW for anyone that doesn’t watch the full video, I’m being sarcastic.
We have this parasitic b grade celebrity class in our country that think they can convince people to make decisions about their health with stupid videos making fun of people who are genuinely concerned.
Here’s what others had to say:
By looking at him I can tell he is clearly someone for whom health is of high importance
Pete Evans still not entitled to give health information or does this change whether we can listen to celebrities?
The thing that gets me is that no federal government member ever went on their radio show, they were always ridiculed by kyle and jackie-o. Now all od a sudden, they are buddy buddy and pushing a vaccine. How can you not think something is back to front…..
Yes, let’s take health advice from Kyle he’s a heart attack waiting to happen!
The guy who literally said he’ll do anything for money
I’m not gonna listen to the 2nd unhealthiest dog behind vics health minister!
He belongs in a tip.
I know the manufacturers and doctors who administer the V are indemnified, but could we see lawsuits against clowns like this old man should someone have an adverse reaction?
Perhaps the most disturbing part of the whole thing was attempting to rhyme astra Zeneca with America
Lol who the fuck would listen to Kyle Sandilands
FFS! he’s not exactly the healthiest 50 year old. I’ll give it a miss. And I can’t imagine that the youth will be taking notice of him either
Is he trying to morph into Bert Spewtown?
What a tragic tryhard desperate for attention and $$$. Oh wait, he’s always been that way.
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