Anti-Vaxxers Call For Tesco Boycott After Christmas Ad Shows A Double-Vaxxed Santa

Anti-Vaxxers Call For Tesco Boycott After Christmas Ad Shows A Double-Vaxxed Santa

Tesco is the latest of the British retailers to air its Christmas work and the spot’s anti-vax message now has some calling for a boycott of the chain.

The ad’s called “Nothing’s stopping us” and is set to the Queen classic Don’t Stop Me Now.

The work of creative agency BBH, it’s all good, festive fun up until the 50-second mark when we see Santa Claus showing off his double-vaxxed passport to an airport customs officer. Check out the work below:

However, British anti-vaxxers are livid that Santa’s had the jab and are now calling for a boycott of Tesco  stores. Check out some of the social media rage below:

Yet it’s unclear how successful a boycott may actually be. According to Tesco’s own research, 86 per cent of Brits are planning to “make the most of Christmas this year, no matter what”.

Meanwhile, some 42 per cent of people said that they will appreciate Christmas “more than ever” this year due to COVID and lockdowns.

Thankfully, most other social media users saw the idiocy in getting cranky about a vaxxed Santa Claus. Here’s what they had to say:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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