Kerri-Anne Kennerley says Covid protests prove why ‘people need to be LICENSED to have children’

Kerri-Anne Kennerley says ‘people must be LICENSED to have children’ as she rages against anti-lockdown protesters

Kerri-Anne Kennerley has come out against the maskless thugs who attacked police on Saturday during anti-lockdown demonstrations across Australia.

During a guest appearance at Studio 10 on Tuesday, the media veteran, 67, said she understood that many protesters “hurted” but could not tolerate violence.

‘The minority who were violent, [it’s] completely unacceptable,” Kennerley raged.

'Completely unacceptable': Kerri-Anne Kennerley has come out against the maskless thugs who attacked police on Saturday during anti-lockdown demonstrations across Australia

‘Completely unacceptable’: Kerri-Anne Kennerley has come out against the maskless thugs who attacked police on Saturday during anti-lockdown demonstrations across Australia

She condemned protester Kristian Pulkownik, who in the photo ‘stumped’ a police horse during a violent confrontation during the demonstration in Sydney.

“The guy we saw who went viral and hit the horse, I’d whip him myself. [I’d] very happy, I raise my hand for that,” she said.

Kennerley also admitted she was concerned about seeing children in the crowd.

'I'd whip him myself': She condemned protester Kristian Pulkownik, who was pictured in a violent clash during the Sydney demonstration, 'punching' a police horse

'I'd whip him myself': She condemned protester Kristian Pulkownik, who was pictured in a violent clash during the Sydney demonstration, 'punching' a police horse

‘I’d whip him myself’: She condemned protester Kristian Pulkownik, who was pictured in a violent clash during the Sydney demonstration, ‘punching’ a police horse

‘I saw a woman and children there with a big sign saying’ [read] “If you think we’re challenging, wait until you see the kids we’re raising,” she said.

“Sorry, that’s just another reason people should be licensed to have children.”

Kennerley urged viewers to get vaccinated as soon as possible and confirmed she was looking forward to getting her second Covid shot on Thursday.

Furious: 'I saw a woman and children there with a big sign saying' [read] "If you think we're challenging, wait till you see the kids we're raising"' said Kennerley.  'Sorry, that's just another reason why people should be licensed to have children'

Furious: 'I saw a woman and children there with a big sign saying' [read] "If you think we're challenging, wait till you see the kids we're raising"' said Kennerley.  'Sorry, that's just another reason why people should be licensed to have children'

Furious: ‘I saw a woman and children there with a big sign saying’ [read] “If you think we’re challenging, wait until you see the kids we’re raising,” Kennerley said. ‘Sorry, that’s just another reason why people should be licensed to have children’

‘Do you want out? go and fetch [the vaccine]. Get in line for it,” she concluded.

Tens of thousands of outraged Australians took to the streets on Saturday to protest Covid restrictions.

The demonstrations were held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to protest the latest lockdowns that have subjected 14 million Aussies to stay at home.

Clashes: Tens of thousands of outraged Australians took to the streets on Saturday to protest Covid restrictions.  Demonstrations were held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to protest the latest lockdowns that have subjected 14 million Aussies to stay at home

Clashes: Tens of thousands of outraged Australians took to the streets on Saturday to protest Covid restrictions.  Demonstrations were held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to protest the latest lockdowns that have subjected 14 million Aussies to stay at home

Clashes: Tens of thousands of outraged Australians took to the streets on Saturday to protest Covid restrictions. Demonstrations were held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to protest the latest lockdowns that have subjected 14 million Aussies to stay at home

Crowds gathered shoulder-to-shoulder in the street—usually without masks—as they chanted “freedom” and anti-vaxxer slogans.

Experts warn that the so-called ‘freedom rallies’ could lead to Victoria’s Covid restrictions being extended and the number of cases in Sydney exploding.

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.

Detectives are investigating thousands of other maskless protesters who may still face fines for violating public health regulations.

Dazed: Crowds sat shoulder-to-shoulder in the street—usually without masks—while chanting “freedom” and anti-vaxxer slogans.  Pictured: Anti-vaxxers Frank and Taylor Winterstein at the Sydney protest

Dazed: Crowds sat shoulder-to-shoulder in the street—usually without masks—while chanting “freedom” and anti-vaxxer slogans.  Pictured: Anti-vaxxers Frank and Taylor Winterstein at the Sydney protest

Dazed: Crowds sat shoulder-to-shoulder in the street—usually without masks—while chanting “freedom” and anti-vaxxer slogans. Pictured: Anti-vaxxers Frank and Taylor Winterstein at the Sydney protest

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