- Residents of a peaceful Kent village woke up an army of angry protesters with placards and megaphones on Saturday
- Standing on the way to Dr. Hilary Jones’ house, an explosion: ‘The work you’re doing is criminal on every level and we won’t stop until we get justice’
- The TV doctor, 68, had previously been the subject of an Ofcom report, as his criticism of vaccine denials prompted 152 complaints.
- Footage posted on social media shows a crowd gathered outside the property’s gravel driveway and crossed a country road leading to the village
- It is not known if the Father of Five Jones – a regular breakfast TV doc since 1993 – was at home during the protests
After publicly advocating for a COVID-19 jab on Good Morning Britain, Dr. Hillary Jones’ quaint country home has been targeted by ‘a vicious group of anti-vaccine protesters’.
Residents of a peaceful Kent village woke up to an army of angry protesters, who describe themselves as ‘soldiers of truth’, who gathered outside their sprawling property on Saturday, with placards and megaphones in hand.
The 68-year-old TV doctor was threatened by a demonstrator who exploded with a megaphone on his driveway: ‘The work you are doing is criminal on every level and we will not stop until we get justice. ‘
Protest: After publicly advocating for a COVID-19 jab on Good Morning Britain, Dr. Hillary Jones’ quaint country home has been targeted by a ‘vicious group of anti-vaccine protesters’.
Outspoken: The TV doctor, 68, had been the subject of an Ofcom report after 152 complaints to the TV regulator following criticism from vaccine denialists.
A source told MailOnline: ‘A vicious swarm of protesters came onto the driveway outside the Hilary Jones’ Kent home. They blew up obnoxious messages through loudspeakers.
Footage posted on social media shows a crowd gathering outside the property’s gravel driveway and forming a gauntlet on the country road leading to the village.
Local police later attended the scene, with protesters claiming that Hillary had refused to open the door as he attempted to ‘serve’ them with paperwork.
It is not known whether Jones, a father of five who regularly appears on ITV’s Good Morning Britain and Lorraine, was at home during the protests.
Getting the message: Residents of a peaceful Kent village woke up with placards and megaphones to an army of angry protesters as they gathered outside their sprawling property on Saturday (pictured)
Anger: Local police later arrived at the scene, with protesters claiming the TV doctor had refused to open the door as they attempted to ‘serve’ him with paperwork.
One protester claimed: ‘We are all normal people, builders, employees, checkout workers, we are an array of people, concerned moms and dads, the things you are doing are criminal on every level and we will not stop till then’ Until we get justice.
‘As soon as people wake up we’ll be sunny here, we’ll be here for you, everyone’s here for you, you’ll have no security, nowhere for you to hide.
‘We’re lying down, it’s not our choice, and we have to make it personal. Children have died from the vaccine this week; What if it happened because of what you said?’
A statement from the Learn Something New group, shared with a video of the protest on Brand New Tube, read: ‘Truth be heard, it’s starting to get hot in the UK, lots of people to push this vaccine’ and they are happily taking the money to pursue it!
‘Before you allow someone to inject you with this substance, it is important that you do your own research, never trust what you have been told it is your body and once Once you have made this choice, there is no turning back.
‘It’s time to wake up and see who is fighting for humanity, a time of great importance on earth and the soldiers of truth fighting against the worst plan ever laid on man. We need to save humanity; we…