Evangeline Lilly says she attended the anti-vaccine mandate rally where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. [object Window]

Evangeline Lilly said she attended a rally against vaccine mandates in Washington, corriente continua, last weekendthe same event where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. invoked Nazi Germany and Anne Frank in a speech.

los Ant-Man and the Waspestrella, en un Instagram correo, said she attended the rally tosupport bodily sovereigntyand that she believesnobody 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 rulecould 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 howsome 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.

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