Chet Hanks Doubles Down on Anti-Vax Stance in Social Media Tirade

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Chet Hanks Doubles Down on, Anti-Vax Stance, in Social Media Tirade.
Chet Hanks has taken to Instagram to double down
on his stance against the COVID-19 vaccine.
In a video message
on the social media
site, Chet said he
“[has] the right” to
not get vaccinated. .
Just like you have the right to be mad at
me because I said I’m not going to get the
vaccine - ’Ooooh I can’t believe he said
that’ – just like you have the right to be
mad, I have the right to not get that s---, Chet Hanks, via Instagram.
He continued, saying his immune system
“doesn’t need to be tampered with.”.
My immune system said it’s good,
okay, it doesn’t need to be tampered
with. It said it’s good, okay, Chet Hanks, via Instagram.
Chet went on to claim that the vaccine is
“experimental” and there's “more evidence" that UFOs
are real than evidence that the vaccine is safe. .
There’s more evidence for UFOs being
real then that vaccine being healthy
for you. Just sayin. If the aliens are out
there, I’m ready for ya’ll to come get me.
Let’s get the f--- out of here or am I going
to need my vaccine papers?, Chet Hanks, via Instagram.
Chet first began receiving
backlash earlier this week
when he posted a video to
Instagram mocking the
dangers of COVID-19. .
If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. I ain’t ever had COVID, you’re not sticking me with that [expletive] needle, it’s the [expletive] flu. Get over it okay. If you’re sick stay
inside … Why are we working around y’all?
If you’re in danger, stay you’re a** inside,
I’m tired of wearing the [expletive] mask, Chet Hanks, via Instagram.
His parents, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, revealed in
March 2020 that they had caught COVID-19.
Since then, the pair have been vocal advocates
for proper safety against the virus, with Tom even
donating his blood plasma to research. .
Since then, the pair have been vocal advocates
for proper safety against the virus, with Tom even
donating his blood plasma to research.

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