Given the dismal job President Joe Biden did when it came to tackling COVID-19, it can be rather hard to remember that governments all over the world are fighting the coronavirus. And just like in America, many of those government officials have opted to use fear and hysteria to push outlandish mandates designed to strip people of their freedoms. But along with the never-ending agendas and protocols, the hysteria from COVID-19 has caused many citizens to become unhinged and violent as the virus continues to spread.
One prime example of the result of COVID-19 hysteria happened to a jogger who was not only confronted by a father but was also beaten. And what exactly was the jogger, who goes by the name Simone, accused of doing? According to him, he was attacked for not socially distancing himself enough from the family.
Taking place in Melbourne’s inner-city on Thursday, the video above shows the moment Simone was attacked, beaten, and even kicked in the head for not socially distancing. But what is so shocking about the video is the fact that Simone said the parents demanded he stay away from their kids. When Simone did, he still found himself at the center of the attack.
Speaking to reporters, Simone said, “I was so far away from them, and this guy deliberately hit me without any reason.” He added, “They were saying to me that I was a danger to the community that I should have stayed away from them, and I really don’t know why – I was just running. It’s a disgrace.”
While having video evidence of the attack, police revealed no charges or complaints had been filed.
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