Hundreds of people gathered together in Times Square on Saturday demanding freedom from the Covid-19 vaccine mandates.

 

They even surrounded the New York Times chanting, “Defund the media,”

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Protesters gathered in unity, waving flags and signs as they chanted against vaccine mandates. Many of the signs read, “My Body, My Choice,” “Freedom Over Fear,” and “De Blasio is the Virus.” A truck with a billboard displayed various signs, including, “COVID-19 vaccines can cause injury and death.”

Many people came to support one another and let each other know they were not alone fighting against the vaccine mandates. Many Americans are being forced to choose between getting the jab or losing their job.

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At one point, the crowd chanted, “I stand with Kyrie Irving,” the Nets player who was banned from playing until he got vaccinated.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr addressed the crowd at one point, stating, “the vaccine is not safe and effective.”

“We have no business giving this to little children. It is unethical. It is medical malpractice,” – Robert F Kennedy Jr.