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Opponents of the Govt-19 vaccine order gathered in Washington, D.C., for a rally today, with event organizers calling for “defeat orders: an American homecoming.”
Firefighters, teachers, first responders and other groups of protesters began gathering at the National Business Complex from 10:30 a.m. local time. At 11.30am they started walking from the Washington Memorial to the Lincoln Memorial.
Beginning at 12 noon, there were concerts and speeches, including comments by anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., controversial physician Robert Malone and former Laura Logan. 60 minutes Reporter and Fox News contributor.
The event is being held to gather people who oppose vaccination orders, pediatric vaccines and other infectious requirements and restrictions, although many of the speakers are anti-vaccine. Permission filed with the National Park Service says the march will attract 20,000 people.
Authorities and businesses in the city have beefed up security ahead of today’s protest. Law enforcement agencies are concerned that large-scale protests against vaccine orders could attract members of extremist groups.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security, the Metropolitan Police Department, U.S. Park Police and many others have detailed plans for this weekend.
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Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 20:07
RFK Jr. gives a mixed speech
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., one of the most anticipated speakers of the day, delivered a plot that ranged from questioning the testing and safety of vaccines to calling major pharmaceutical companies “criminal entities” and “serial criminals.” He also at one point accused Bill Gates of using satellites and 5G technology.
“Every power they take from us, they will ultimately abuse as much as possible …” he told the crowd.
“No one in the history of the planet has ever conceded their way out of dictatorial control.”
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 20:04
Joe Rogan got a loud cheer
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 19:49
Latest US Govt data
As of today, more than 70.5 million Govt-19 cases have been confirmed in the United States.
More than 865,000 Americans have been officially reported dead by the virus.
Worldwide, there are less than 350 million cases and 5.59 million deaths.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 19:29
Speakers speak out against the vaccine
While the organizers insist that the vaccine is against orders, all speakers have blamed the vaccine for various side effects and long-term damage, especially against children. There is no evidence to support their claims.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 19:20
The crowd is less than expected
Those on the field confirm that the crowd may be smaller than the organizers expected. USA TodayN Ella Lee posted this photo from the back.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 18:59
‘Govt should never be politicized’
Surrounded by the flags of “F *** Joe Biden” and “Trump 2024” and “Fassist Fauci”, Dr. Robert Malone says, “The Govt should never be politicized.”
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 18:50
Dr. Robert Malone says vaccines can harm children
Robert Malone, a well-known anti-vaccine doctor on Joe Rogan’s podcast, echoed Martin Luther King’s famous speech from the front steps of the Lincoln Memorial, saying that today’s antivox marchers “stand on the shoulders of giants.” .
“Honest words spoken from the heart will change the world,” he said.
“I come to you with an open heart, as a healer, with three simple words: unity, dignity, and community.”
The controversial doctor, who has repeatedly stopped coughing, said vaccines against Kovit-19 did not work and did not keep people safe. He later said, “These genetic vaccines can harm your children.”
His central theme revolved around the notion that “if there is danger, there must be choice”.
“Truth is like a lion. There is no need to defend it. Unwrap it and it will defend itself.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 18:39
Vaccination orders known as ‘division’
Justin Moyer Washington Post He spoke to two nature farmers who came to speak out against the “separation” of the decrees. They believe that they do not need injections and that their bodies will regenerate.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 18:30
Mixed meeting but the biggest right-wing opposition in a year
Although the crowd is a mix, the majority value putting up banners and flags. This will be the largest rally since the Trump event on January 6, 2021 in the Ellipse.
Oliver O’Connell23 January 2022 18:13
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