Thousands of anti-vaccine mandate protesters descend on DC (VIDEOS) — Analysis

In opposition to Covid-19 vaccination orders, crowds marched to the Lincoln Memorial from the Washington Monument.

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 sang, “My body, my choice,” “No mandates,” “We the people will not comply”They marched together from the Washington Monument towards the Lincoln Memorial.

The event featured a number of prominent speakers, including former Trump administration health official Dr Paul Alexander and mRNA vaccine researcher Dr. Robert Malone, as well as at least ten other doctors, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. – the nephew of 35th US President John F. Kennedy and son of assassinated attorney general Robert F. Kennedy.

The event also saw a small counter-protest consisting of just a few people. One woman, however, was captured having an emotional meltdown about the protesters. She accused them all of being “white supremacists”Supporters of President Donald Trump.

On its website, ‘Defeat the Mandates’ called for authorities businesses to “stop the mass firings” and “segregating by vaccination status.”

“The Mandates Are Not American,” organizers declared, adding, “We Want To Be Free. No cost to work. No cost to travel. No cost to study. Free to question. No restrictions on speech. No restrictions on prayer. Free to say no.”

This month, the US Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden’s mandate requiring all workers at large companies to be fully vaccinated. Biden protested the court’s decision, accusing it of blocking “common-sense life-saving requirements,”The mandate was formally requested by the government and businesses were urged to comply.

Texas federal judges also stopped the Biden administration’s enforcement of a vaccine mandate to federal workers this month. They called it an infringement on federal rights. “bridge too far”For the president “require millions of federal employees to undergo a medical procedure as a condition of their employment”It is possible to do without “the input of Congress.”

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