Anti-vaxxers storm into Kirribilli House and demand Scott Morrison’s resignation

Anti-vaxxers gather outside Kirribilli House, demand Scott Morrison’s resignation after clash with teachers during wages demonstration

  • Anti-Vaxers Gather Outside Kirribilli House Calling For Prime Minister To Resign
  • Footage shows protesters addressing the crowd through loudspeakers as police look on
  • Comes after anti-vaxxers tried to hijack a demonstration attended by thousands of teachers


Anti-vaxxers have demonstrated outside Scott Morrison’s residence in Sydney to demand his resignation as prime minister after clashing with teachers and hijacking their protest.

Footage shows a man addressing protesters through a loudspeaker outside Kirribilli House on Tuesday afternoon.

The video, filmed by a Nine News reporter, shows the man ranting about government, business, politics and the media as several police officers look on.

“Why don’t we hold these people accountable,” said the protester.

A police presence is outside Kirribilli House, where a group of anti-vaxxers have gathered

NSW Police are unable to provide further details at this time.

Hours earlier on the other side of the bridge, anti-vaxxers protesting jab mandates and Covid lockdowns sparked a protest attended by thousands of teachers in Sydney’s Hyde Park.

The anti-vaxxers were booed at the red-robed teachers and shouted “shame on you,” but were soon overrun by the large crowd.

Anti-vaxxers are currently outside Kirribilli House, calling for Scott Morrison's resignation (pictured, the Prime Minister outside Kirribilli House)

Anti-vaxxers are currently outside Kirribilli House, calling for Scott Morrison’s resignation (pictured, the Prime Minister outside Kirribilli House)

Teachers claimed staff shortages have increased the workload with little incentive to match, leading thousands to march through Sydney in protest.

Thousands of train and bus workers in Sydney were also out of work for 24 hours on Tuesday, sending the city’s public transport system into chaos.

Major delays are expected throughout the day.

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