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Del Bigtree: "We are going to come after the press that lied to the world"
January 30, 2022: Last Sunday (January 23), the "Defeat the Mandates" rally featured powerful speakers like Robert F. Kennedy and Del Bigtree. Unfortunately, mainstream media and corporate social media have been suppressing the video content from the Washington D.C. freedom event. For this reason, Extremely American is reposting Del Bigtree's landmark speech and we are encouraging everyone to forward this powerful 7-minute video in every direction.
Video Link: Del Bigtree speech at the DC "Defeat the Mandates" Rally
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Thousands of anti-vaccine mandate protesters flaunt mask rules to descend on DC
A crowd of up to 20,000 gathered in Washington DC Saturday to protest ongoing vaccine mandates, including those in the Capitol
Many went maskless, in defiance of rules imposed in the Capitol to combat the spread of the Omicron variant
Meat Loaf's songs, including I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That), were also heard blaring out at the event - the singer, who was vocally opposed to vaccine mandates and masks - reportedly died of COVID
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an outspoken figurehead of the anti-vaccination movement, was a keynote speaker
'Americans want democracy back, and this rally is a demand to get their democracy back,' Kennedy said
Kennedy compared those holding out on taking the vaccine to Anne Frank in Nazi Germany, saying that 'even in Hitler’s Germany, you could cross the Alps into Switzerland, you could hide in an attic like Anne Frank did'
January 30, 2022: Thousands gathered in Washington D.C. - a city that mandates vaccines - for a 'Defeat the Mandates' protest, with protesters blaring ballads by Meat Loaf, a musician who is feared to have succumbed to COVID-19 complications at 74 after vocal hesitation about the jab.
Robert F. Kennedy and Informed Consent Action Network founder Del Bigtree were among big names who addressed the rally Sunday morning. Around 20,000 people were expected to attend the demonstration.
'Americans want democracy back, and this rally is a demand by Americans to get their democracy back,' Kennedy said of the rally, according to WUSA9.