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Thousands of anti-vaccine mandate protesters descend on DC

3 monthes ago   |   By RT

Crowds marched from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial in opposition to Covid-19 vaccine orders
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Washington, DC on Sunday in protest of Covid-19 vaccine mandates, with protesters calling for an end to medical ‘segregation'.
Protesters chanted, “My body, my choice,” “No mandates,” and “We the people will not comply” as they marched from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial.
The event featured a number of prominent speakers, including former Trump administration health official Dr Paul Alexander and mRNA vaccine...
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Thousands descend on DC for anti-vaccine mandate rally

Thousands descend on DC for anti-vaccine mandate rally

3 monthes ago   |   By WGN TV

Thousands of demonstrators protesting vaccine mandates descended onto Washington, D.C. on Sunday, mostly maskless, with some sporting far-right and pro-Trump memorabilia and others drawing comparisons between the vaccine and the Holocaust.
The Metropolitan Police Department told The Hill there have been no arrests or police reports as a result of the gathering around the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial as of late Sunday afternoon. But some locals worried the crowd could devolve into chaos with some recalling the recent anniversary of the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol attack, which was...
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