Tom Hanks’ son Chet stands by his anti-vaccine remarks

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Celebrity couple Hanks and Rita Wilson’s son Chet Hanks recently double-downed on his stance that the COVID-19 vaccine isn’t for him. On Wednesday, Chet took to his Instagram account and spoke about his past remarks surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine. “I’m getting to keep this real simple for you guys, real simple,” he told his followers. “Just such as you have the proper to be mad at me because I said I’m not getting to get the vaccine…I have the proper to not get that s–t. I wanted to, but my system said it’s good. It doesn’t get to be tampered with. It said it’s good,” he added within the video. Chet continued speaking about the vaccine calling it an “experimental government injection”. Chet said, “Let’s be real. 99 percent of your mother–keys wouldn’t use a shampoo that may not be FDA approved, but you’re willing to urge some experimental government injection.”

According to the middle for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. additionally, the govt agency said many people within us have received the shot “under the foremost intense safety monitoring in U.S. history,” reported E! News. But consistent with Chet, he doesn’t want to require advantage of the free vaccine currently available to individuals over 12 years old. “There’s more evidence for UFOs being real than that vaccine being healthy for you. If the aliens are out there, I’m ready for you to return get me. Let’s get the f–k out of here or am I getting to need my vaccine papers,” he said. This comes after he posted a video on August 10 speaking about the vaccine. Chet shared within the video that he’s uninterested in wearing masks during the pandemic and even told fans to urge over “COVID-19”.

He started the clip with a positive tone by saying that he supports the vaccine. “I’ve been on the fence about this for a short time, that’s why I never spoke thereon. But with the number of individuals, I do know recently that have gotten COVID, and with the numbers rising, I feel it is vital on behalf of me to mention I got the vaccine, I feel everybody should. It’s really important that we all do that,” he said within the clip. After a couple of seconds, he changed his statement and stated that he won’t be taking the vaccine and termed it as easy flu. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. I never had COVID. Y’all ain’t sticking me thereupon mother–ing needle. it is the mother–ing flu. recover from it, okay? If you’re sick, stay inside. Okay, why are we working around y’all? If you’re in peril, stay your ass inside. I’m uninterested in wearing a mother–ing mask,” Chet added.

However, his comments didn’t sit well with social media users, who slammed the actor-musician for his anti-vaccine stance. Back in March 2020, Chet’s parents Hanks and Rita Wilson tested positive for COVID-19 while in Australia. The actor was filming an upcoming Presley biopic when he began experiencing symptoms. “We felt a touch tired like we had colds, and a few body aches,” Tom shared on Instagram. “Rita had some chills that came and went. Slight fevers too. To play things right, as is required within the world immediately, we were tested for the coronavirus, and were found to be positive.” because the Delta variant continues to spread throughout us, health experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci are urging those eligible to urge vaccinated. (ANI)

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