los “Ant-Man and the Wasp”
estrella, en un Instagram
correo, said she attended the rally to
“support bodily sovereignty
” and that she believes
“nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything
, against their will
, under the threat of
…” and listed several phrases
, including loss of employment and violent attack
“I was pro choice before COVID and I am still pro choice today,” ella dijo, adding hashtags including “#medicalfreedom,” “#bodilyautonomy” y “#defeatthemandatesdc.”
Lilly did not reference Kennedy’s comments in her post
. Durante el evento, Kennedy, a longtime vaccine opponent
, compared Covid-19 vaccine requirements in the US to conditions in Nazi Germany and said people living under Nazi rule
“could hide in an attic
, like Anne Frank did.
” (Kennedy later apologized for invoking Frank’s name
, y su esposa, actress Cheryl Hines
, condemned the remarks.
Lilly’s comments about Covid-19 have offended fans before
. En marzo 2020, Lilly apologized for an Instagram post about taking her kids to a camp as the pandemic began in North America and comments she made about how
“some people value their lives over freedom
, some people value freedom over their lives.
Lilly said at the time that “A pesar de [su] intense trepidation over the socioeconomic and political repercussions of this course of action, PLEASE KNOW I AM DOING MY PART TO FLATTEN THE CURVE, PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING AND STAYING HOME WITH MY FAMILY.”
CNN has contacted Lilly’s representatives for comment.