Anti-vax paramedic known as ‘Ambo Sal’ faces calls to be fired after launching extraordinary rant against police and ‘brainwashed people’ as they marched in Sydney’s lockdown protest with a ‘terrible cough’
- Sally-Ann John livestreamed her Sydney march on Saturday afternoon Sydney
- Ms John, 52, criticized viewers for telling her to go home as ‘brainwashed….sheep’
- The paramedic also bizarrely claimed that Covid vaccines are ‘not even vaccines’
- Her frontline colleagues referred ‘Ambo Sal’ to NSW Police
- Ms John’s main workplace is the Covid hotspot in south-west Liverpool
Police will fine paramedic Sally-Ann John $1,000 after she attended anti-lockdown protest in Sydney this weekend
A veteran paramedic is fined by the police and fired after shouting lies about vaccines during the city’s illegal anti-lockdown protest over the weekend.
Sally-Ann John, who proudly calls herself “Ambo Sal,” was one of approximately 3,500 people who marched down Broadway on Saturday afternoon, defying public health regulations.
In a live stream, the 52-year-old attacked police, claiming they were “fucking themselves”, falsely claiming that Covid shots are “not even vaccines” and taunted viewers who believe the science behind it as “sheep”.
During her broadcast, Ms. John was inundated with comments demanding that she go home, to which she replied, “F*** you and your comments.”
“All you say, go home – you have no idea, you’ve been brainwashed, you’ve all been brainwashed.
‘All the sheep that like to lick it up – ‘oooh I’m going to get my vaccine’. Yeaaaah riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii It’s not even a vaccine. You should do your research’.’
About 3,500 people protested lockdowns in Sydney’s CBD on Saturday – actions that left NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian ‘appalling’
Ms John’s main workplace is Liverpool’s Covid hotspot, according to her listing on the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registry.
A viewer claimed on Twitter that Ms. John, from Kemps Creek, had a “terrible cough” during the broadcast.
Ms John’s actions alarmed her colleagues – with NSW Ambulance referring Ms John to NSW Police at the weekend. Several Twitter users in Sydney had called for her resignation.
“The matter was immediately referred to the NSW Police Department for investigation into a possible violation of public health regulations,” a spokesman for the NSW Ambulance said.
“NSW Ambulance can confirm that the paramedic is not providing patient care at this time.”
Ms John’s submission to Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency says she works in Liverpool’s Covid hotspot
A spokeswoman for the NSW Police confirmed that Ms John was spoken to by officers.
She will be fined $1,000 on Saturday for violating public health regulations.
Police have assigned 22 detectives to Strike Force Seasoned to identify people who attended the protest marches.
Some 57 people in attendance were arrested on Saturday and many more are expected to face trial.
CrimeStoppers has been inundated with 10,000 tips. Ms. John has set her social media accounts to private in the wake of the backlash.