Video: Jill Biden Booed by Entire Audience – Total Humiliation

First Lady Jill Biden and Brad & Kimberly Paisley appeared in Nashville, TN, to promote the coronavirus vaccine; she criticized the resident’s failure to get the shot.

“This state still has mmm, a little bit of a way to go,” she said with a nervous laugh. “Only three in ten Tennesseans are vaccinated.”

The group of Biden supporters booed in response to the First Lady’s news.

“Well, you’re booing yourselves,” she replied with another laugh.

Jill Biden visited the Ole Smoky Distillery’s pop-up vaccination clinic with Paisley to promote the vaccine to Nashville.

According to the Tennesseean, only ten vaccinated fans were present to greet the First Lady’s arrival. It appeared that only a few dozen vaccine recipients trickled through the pop-up vaccination clinic.

“This state still has a little bit of a way to go,” Biden said Tuesday, speaking to a crowd of supporters that gathered to welcome her at the distillery. “Only three in 10 Tennesseans are vaccinated.”

Biden said she could not comprehend the swirling distrust and misinformation about vaccines during brief statements on Tuesday. She repeatedly told the crowd the vaccines are safe, effective, and free. They cheered in response, showing these were not the people who still needed to be convinced.

Biden said for Nashville’s music scene, vaccines are essential.

“You know the vaccines are the only way to get back to the open mics and the music festivals and the concerts that make this town so very special,” she said.

Jill Biden traveled to Mississippi to promote the vaccine in the Southern states on Tuesday.

Paisley performed at the event in Nashville, invoking the memory of country music legend John Prine, who died from health complications from the coronavirus in 2020.

“If I had a time machine, I would go back to November, I would give him that vaccine, and he would be here,” Paisley said.

Paisley encouraged fans to stay away from “disinformation” about the vaccine; he sang Dolly Parton’s vaccine-themed revision of “Jolene.”

“Where I come from, in West Virginia, before the fire department comes, people come with buckets and try to put it out,” he said. “Now we’re living in a time when disinformation is telling us that water won’t put out the fire.”

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