Every politician that supported COVID mandates deserves to feel the anger of their constituents.
The coercion to take these experimental injections has cost hard-working individuals their careers, health, and even divided families.
Yet, elected officials have enjoyed life in their little bubbles and operated by their own set of rules.
But it’s time for politicians that supported mandates to get uncomfortable every time they step foot outside of their door.
Brazilians provided some inspiration against their town’s mayor that wanted to enforce vaccine mandates to eat inside restaurants and mandate child vaccinations.
Today’s inspiration comes from France, whose citizens unleashed the latest round of protests after Macron declared the unvaccinated “non-citizens.”
Anti-mandate protestors on the French island of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon threw pieces of dirt and algae at MP Stéphane Clairvaux.
Watch the footage of Clairvaux getting pelted at his home:
MUST-WATCH: Anti-mandate protesters on the French island of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon throw pieces of algae and dirt at MP Stéphane Clairvaux while he stands in front of his home.pic.twitter.com/HBqKZL4fI9
— Election Wizard 🇺🇸 (@ElectionWiz) January 9, 2022
Here's a French article confirming that this happened:https://t.co/Ng0Kyed6DB
— TamiCam🇺🇲 (@megami_shiawase) January 10, 2022
Ouest France reported the incident:
Stéphane Claireaux, elected representative of the Republic in March, received multiple projectiles in front of his house Sunday, January 9, 2022 while a demonstration was taking place in his neighborhood against the sanitary pass on the island located in the North Atlantic.
The assault on Stéphane Claireaux at his own home during the demonstration against the sanitary pass is absolutely unacceptable, denounced the Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin on Sunday.
The latter relayed on Twitter a video in which we see the member for Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon receiving handfuls of algae thrown on him by demonstrators, followed by stone throwing. The elected representative of the National Assembly does not seem to be injured instantly on these images of a few seconds where we hear several people in the crowd laughing at what is happening.
An elected representative of the Republic lynched in front of his family home. Images of incredible violence, deeply shocking. No debate can justify this outburst. Total support for the deputy, tweeted for his part Stéphane Lecornu, Minister of Overseas.
Press releases are raining on social networks. All strongly condemn the acts of which deputy Stéphane Claireaux and his family suffered this Sunday, January 9. Several demonstrators voluntarily threw algae, mixed with stones, in the face of the elected. His mask would have been taken off him.
While the demonstration wanted to be peaceful, the procession headed as planned towards the home of the deputy. The latter left his home to meet the vindicators. Although the whole procession did not take part in these facts, a well-defined group attacked Stéphane Claireaux.