ONE a four-hour meeting in San Diego on coronavirus vaccination mandates was heated, with one participant saying the city opened a “hell.”
About 120 people approached the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, and an unidentified participant called the vaccination supporters Nazis, “with Fauci as the fuhrer.”
“You’re about to open a hell,” the man said. “You do not get one vaccine pass imposed on us. … When you get a power, you will never give it up. “
“Your children and your children’s children will be subjected,” he shouted into the microphone. “They are asked, ‘How many vaccines have you had? Have you been a good little Nazi?’ Hey Fauci, hail Fauci, hail Fauci, hail Fauci! “
Many in the crowd can be heard cheering over the man’s monologue.
Other participants Delivered talks how many challenge the board over coronavirus restrictions and mandates.
“What has happened in San Diego County over the last year and a half is unacceptable“said a community member identified as Melissa O’Connor.” That’s why we’re talking up. “
“I was no problem working in health care for the last 18 months without a vaccine, but now I’m suddenly a threat to public health?” said a nurse to the board. “What you’re doing is you’re creating a health crisis – we already have a shortage of nursing care.”
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Original author: Matthew Miller
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