Just grow the f**k up and get the vaccine.”

Source: Gabriel Keane | National File

A new pro-vaccine message from the liberal television program “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” features multiple individuals identified as physicians screaming expletives into the camera in a profane attempt to pressure vaccine skeptics into receiving COVID-19 inoculations.

“We get that people are skeptical of politicians and celebrities telling them what to do but we should listen to doctors,” Kimmel said. “The men and women who have been on the front lines of the pandemic risking their lives to save ours are frustrated . . . so as a public service we asked some real doctors and nurses to offer their best advice to those who are on the fence about the vaccine, and pay attention, because this is important.”

The footage then cuts to the individual doctors and nurses reciting their credentials and repeating negative tropes about vaccine skeptics in a manner that is presumably supposed to be interpreted as comedic. Towards the end of the video, the medical professionals begin screaming expletives into the camera.

“Tell him to shut the f**k up!” one woman shrills in reference to an imagined vaccine skeptic, while flashing an obscene gesture at the camera. “Just grow the f**k up and get the vaccine.” The assorted doctors and nurses then begin screaming “Get the vaccine” into their webcams.

The Democrat Party’s previous efforts to cajole conservatives into getting the vaccine consisted of PSAs aired during NASCAR races and on Country Music TV, as reported by National File:

The Biden regime is running PSA’s on television programs like Deadliest Catch, NASCAR, and Country Music TV in an effort to target unconvinced conservative white Americans who refuse to receive experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccinations, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.

“We’ve run PSAs on the Deadliest Catch, we’re engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV,” said Psaki. “We’re looking for a range of creative ways to get directly connected to White conservative communities.”