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Harrelson Hits Hollywood HARD Over Virus Mandates After SNL Joke Outrage


Earlier this week, the left had a meltdown.  Woody Harrelson, one of the most beloved actors of our time, had made a joke about the COVID-19 pandemic and the vaccination controversy that followed, and it didn’t exactly fall in line with the federal, Fauci-centric narrative.


Well, in true Woody Harrelson fashion, the actor isn’t backing down from his stance on the subject, laying into Hollywood’s continued adherence to the hysteria. 

Woody Harrelson railed against COVID protocols on film sets during a new interview with The New York Times. The actor is making the press rounds in support of his new movie “Champions,” an indie sports dramedy from director Bobby Farrelly that’s backed by Focus Features. Harrelson expressed uncertainty about the future of indie movies given “all the COVID protocols” in place, calling such protocols “absurd.”

“What’s absurd about the Covid protocols?” The New York Times asked Harrelson.

“The fact that they’re still going on!” the actor responded. “I don’t think that anybody should have the right to demand that you’re forced to do the testing, forced to wear the mask and forced to get vaccinated three years on. I’m just like, let’s be done with this nonsense. It’s not fair to the crews. I don’t have to wear the mask. Why should they? Why should they have to be vaccinated? How’s that not up to the individual? I shouldn’t be talking about this [expletive].”

Harrelson went on to espouse a rather surprising political viewpoint.

“It makes me angry for the crew,” Harrelson continued. “The anarchist part of me, I don’t feel that we should have forced testing, forced masking and forced vaccination. That’s not a free country. Really I’m talking about the crew. Because I can get out of wearing a mask. I can test less. I’m not in the same position they’re in, but it’s wrong. It’s three years. Stop.

“As an anarchist, I don’t do well with mandates,” he concluded.

Anarchy might not be everyone’s cup of tea, certainly, but neither is being injected with drugs by the government.

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