From the very beginning of the COVID crisis, there were folks out there, whom some we would call conspiracy theorists, who’ve bean leery of any and all news surrounding the coronavirus.
There are some who believe that the virus itself was a bioweapon, leaked from a Chinese lab. Or that there was no real virus at all, or at least it wasn’t anything different from the flu.
There are others still who believe that this is all a ploy to have the world vaccinated with some sort of microchip that Bill Gates is involved with, or that the vaccine itself if a piece of biblical prophecy.
In short, there is plenty of angst out there when it comes to the vaccine, and protesters are now taking to the streets to make their voices heard.
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Dodger Stadium’s mass COVID-19 vaccination site was temporarily shut down Saturday afternoon when about 50 protesters gathered at the entrance, frustrating hundreds of motorists who had been waiting in line for hours.
The Los Angeles Fire Department closed the entrance to the stadium — one of the largest vaccination sites in the country — for about an hour starting just before 2 p.m. as a precaution, officials said. Several LAPD officers also responded to the scene; a spokeswoman for the department said no arrests were made.
The group certainly had some wild ideas about what was going on with the vaccine.
A post on social media described the demonstration as the “Scamdemic Protest/March.” It advised participants to “please refrain from wearing Trump/MAGA attire as we want our statement to resonate with the sheeple. No flags but informational signs only.
“This is a sharing information protest and march against everything COVID, Vaccine, PCR Tests, Lockdowns, Masks, Fauci, Gates, Newsom, China, digital tracking, etc.”
Several new vaccines are all coming to market in 2021, some of which do not require the extraordinary temperature control protocols that early inoculations possess.
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