The Alternative Media is gushing over all the "wonderful speakers" that appeared in Washington D.C. yesterday at the Defeat the Mandates "protest."
Fox News covered the event, as they identified the leader of the event as Will Witt, and interviewed him just before the event began on Sunday.
"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," march organizer Will Witt, an author and political commentator for nonprofit PragerU, told Fox News Digital, "but this march is about the mandate, and this march is about the Draconian measures that we're seeing all across this country right now, especially in places like D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco."
"Witt said 90% of speakers at the march are vaccinated."
So other than rousing speeches that fired up their supporter base and their opposition to "COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates," and not necessarily the vaccines themselves, what exactly did this "protest" in Washington D.C. accomplish?
Washington D.C. is one of a handful of places in the nation right now where children as young as 12 years old can receive a COVID-19 injection without the approval of their parents.
So as these superstar doctors and other pro-vaccine speakers addressed crowds that were reported to be in the tens of thousands of people, nearby there were scores of vaccination clinics at schools, churches, pop-up clinics, and retail pharmacy stores where children are being abused and being injected with a bioweapon shot that could kill them.
If these speakers are so concerned about these shots being injected into children, as some of them claim, would it not have been far better to go to these places where children are being abused, and protest there, seeking to educate parents on the dangers of the shots they are allowing to be injected into their children??
If there were 20,000 people at this "protest" in Washington D.C., just how many schools, churches, and other vaccine clinics do you think they could have shut down for the day by simply gathering there, and sitting down in front of the doors through non-violent resistance, making it difficult for people to enter the clinics?
This is exactly what happened in this country back in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the Pro-life movement called "Operation Rescue."