Pfizer Enlists Martha Stewart to Shill for Booster Jab

In cringe-inducing 30-second ad, Stewart, 81, sharpens a sword as she discusses vanquishing the 'unwanted guest' of Covid-19 with a Pfizer booster.

Image Credits: Pfizer-BioNTech.

With coronavirus hysteria dying down, Pfizer has partnered with housekeeping maven Martha Stewart to keep the panic going and promote its indefinite series of Covid-19 booster jabs.

In the cringe-inducing 30-second spot released last week, Stewart, 81, sharpens a samurai sword as she discusses the “unwanted guest” of Covid-19.

“You know that unwelcome guest everyone wishes would just leave already? That’s COVID-19,” she says.

“That’s why I got the new updated booster designed to help protect against recent omicron variants,” Stewart says, using the sword to slice a pineapple in half.

Pulling her sweater down over her shoulder to expose a bandaid, Stewart poses with the sword as she goes on to ask “Got it?”

The ad directs viewers to the CDC’s, which essentially promotes a one-size-fits-all approach to any number of Big Pharma chemical injections, and is stamped with a Pfizer-BioNTech logo.

Social media reactions to the ad ranged from people demanding to know how Pfizer approached Stewart to people rejecting her outright, while others attempted to inform her of the innumerable side effects associated with the jab.

Stewart was also shamelessly enlisted by Pfizer over Christmas for another booster push.

The popular television icon known to Americans for giving cooking and lifestyle tips was among the first to receive a Covid jab in Jan 2021, encouraging others to “trust the science” and take the jab.

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