Celebrities come out in droves to condemn anti-lockdown protests in Australia.
Jack Vidgen, Abbie Chatfield, Venus Behbahani-Clark and more took to social media to shell those who took to the streets on Saturday and broke out in violent clashes in several Australian cities.
Posting a photo of a protest, Abbie Chatfield wrote, “If you went here, you’re a dumb bastard with no empathy or common sense.”
Pushing back against Covidiots: Celebrities come out in droves to condemn anti-lockdown protests in Australia
“I hope you live the rest of your life with popcorn in your teeth,” the bachelor continued.
And singer Jack Vidgen was just as scathing, writing ‘You are foolish and shameful’ of those who took part in the anti-lockdown rally in Sydney.
Responding to the now viral image of a coward ‘dumbing’ a police horse, radiographer and reality star Brittany Hockley reacted furiously: ‘This is absolutely disgusting’.
Fight nonsense with logic: Abbie Chatfield (pictured), Jack Vidgen, Venus Behbahani-Clark and more took to social media to blast those who took to the streets and broke out in violent clashes in several Australian cities on Saturday
Speaking Up: Singer Jack Vidgen was equally scathing, writing ‘You are foolish and shameful’ of those who took part in the Sydney anti-lockdown rally
Furious: Jack Vidgen didn’t mince his words in his response to the demonstrations
“Wow, what a big, strong brave man you are,” she added sarcastically.
Meanwhile, Venus Behbahani-Clark star Venus Behbahani-Clark shared an image of a NSW police officer covered in ink after the violent clashes.
She wrote: ‘This is so embarrassing Sydney… wake up’.
Sad: Real Housewives of Melbourne star Venus Behbahani-Clark shared an image of a NSW police officer covered in ink after the violent clashes
Don’t keep silent: Venus (pictured) wrote: ‘This is so embarrassing Sydney…Wake up’
Disgusted: Brittany Hockley reacted to the now viral image of a coward ‘dumbing’ a police horse, reacting: ‘This is absolutely disgusting’
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star added: ‘You won’t parade when you’re sick in hospital’.
The thousands of anti-vaxxer protesters who have taken to the streets of cities across Australia to protest lockdowns and the coronavirus vaccine rollout are most likely to die if their mass demonstrations lead to a Covid-19 superspreader event , a Nobel Prize-winning physician has warned.
Mass demonstrations were held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday to protest the latest cycle of lockdowns that have subjected 14 million Australians to stay-at-home restrictions but could eventually lead to an extension of Victoria’s Covid restrictions and lead to the number of cases in Sydney explodes .
Shocked: Brittany single star (pictured) had a few word choices for the man in the viral image
‘Abhorrent’: Bachelorette star Michael Turnbull’s ex and MAFS’ ‘runaway bride’ Tash Candyce labeled the man who ‘stupid’ a horse ‘disgusting’
Counter-intuitive: Cassidy McGill of Love Island, Australia, labeled the demonstration ‘reckless, selfish and dangerous’
The warning comes as a woman in her late 30s with no pre-existing health problems died of Covid overnight as New South Wales registered a further 141 new cases on Sunday.
Of those new cases, 38 were contagious in the community.
A second woman, who was in her 70s and from south-west Sydney, also died overnight.
Meanwhile, nearly two dozen men between the ages of 18 and 63 are facing trial for their involvement in Saturday’s anti-lockdown riots in Sydney.
Tens of thousands of outraged Australians took to the city streets to protest Covid restrictions.
Scenes near Sydney Town Hall station descended to chaos by early afternoon, with protesters attacking officers and police horses with potted plants, rocks and ink.
Well-known Covid denier Joseph Mekhael, who was in court for similar offenses just five months ago, was among those named by police
On Sunday, NSW police released a list of the names of 21 men who were all set to appear in Parramatta’s local court for their involvement in the protests.
Well-known Covid denier Joseph Mekhael, who was in court for similar offenses just five months ago, was among those named by police.
‘Smokin’ Joe’ was previously charged twice for failing to comply with public health regulations after he allegedly staged two unauthorized protests in Sydney.
He described the government as “devilish dipsticks”, claimed the coronavirus was a scam and made false and harmful claims about vaccination at the time.
‘Smokin’ Joe’ was previously charged with two charges of non-compliance with public health regulations after allegedly organizing two unauthorized protests in Sydney
Detectives are investigating thousands of other maskless protesters who may still face fines for violating public health regulations.
Two men, 33-year-old Kristian Polkownik and 36-year-old Remon Korkise, were charged with animal cruelty after being charged with assaulting police horses.
Polkownik and Korkise were charged with animal cruelty for allegedly attacking police horses during the protests.
A cowardly, maskless thug was photographed beating a police horse during Saturday’s violent anti-lockdown protest
Those costs come after a maskless rioter was caught beating a police horse named Tobruk.
The attack led to an immediate investigation, with police putting out a public appeal online to track down the person involved.
But there were several other incidents during the day where other horses were pelted with stones and potted plants as the riots spiraled out of control.
There are concerns that the protests will lead to a devastating Covid super-diffuser event