Ending “Draconian” Covid Requirements: Washington DC March Amidst Falsely Reported Covid Death Figures

Ending “Draconian” Covid Requirements: Washington DC March Amidst Falsely Reported Covid Death Figures
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More and more nations worldwide are calling for an end to the measures that have been tasked during this two-year pandemic. 

It’s been just revealed that the “Defeat the Mandates” march took to the streets and monuments of Washington, D.C. Fox News addresses protestors and speakers who called for an end to covid 19 vaccine mandates nationwide.

A number of major U.S. cities, including D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Boston, have implemented citywide rules that required residents to show proof of vaccination at certain establishments, such as restaurants and gyms.

An end to vaccine mandates 

Between 30,000 and 35,000 people attended the protest, and they demanded an end to vaccine mandates and passports and a call for reasonable debate and the power of informed consent.

“You’re going to hear a lot of people talk about on the left say this is a big, anti-vax rally — it’s people coming in to deny science.”

This is what the march organizer Will Witt, an author and political commentator for nonprofit PragerU, told Fox News Digital last week.

Falsely reported covid death numbers

Earlier today, we also revealed that more light is being shed about the way in which governments have been reporting covid-related deaths. 

Check out a post about some news from Australia. Here, it seems that after someone got shot, the victim goit listed as a covid victim. Check out the tweet below.

 

The reports are from 2021. People hopped in the comments to reveal their opinion. Take a look at a more relevant video below.

 

Someone said: “But it’s a great way to keep the public in fear with scarily high mortality rates way above the real numbers.”

Make sure to check out more breaking news about the covid vaccines as the narrative seems to be changing all over the world slowly but surely. 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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