Dr Hilary Jones’ home has been targeted by a “vicious” mob of anti-vaxxers after the Good Morning Britain star backed the COVID jab.
The teledoctor’s house in a small village in Kent was in turmoil yesterday morning when a swarm of unknown “soldiers of truth” descended.
Dr Hilary, 68, advocated the jab during an appearance on Lorraine in August, where she claimed that anti-vaxxers lack “common sense” and “to be safe with themselves”.
In a clip of protesters shared on social media, one can be heard shouting through a megaphone: “The work you are doing is criminal at every level and we will not stop until we get justice.” “
Police ran into the gravel road where protesters had gathered, and it is not known whether Dr. Hillary was there at the time. mail online Report.
An insider told the website: “A vicious swarm of demonstrators took to the street outside Hilary Jones’ Kent home.
“They destroyed obnoxious messages through loudspeakers.”
Antivaxxers are from the Learn Something New group.
He shared a clip of the protest on YouTube, along with a statement calling himself “soldiers of truth” who are “fighting against the worst plan ever laid on man”.
A protester is filmed outside the doctor’s house saying the crowd “will be here for you, you will have nowhere to hide”.
In August, Dr Hilary told Lorraine: “We are going to rely on the common sense of the British people.
“While most people have common sense, some don’t and have to be safe on their own.”
“It doesn’t affect the DNA of your cells, it can’t affect your fertility, it can only protect you, it’s win, win, win, win, win. There is no downside.”
He also slammed Strictly Come Dancing stars who have refused vaccinations, claiming that those working in close-contact businesses have a “duty of care” for others.
“There is no place to hide”
Health Secretary Sajid Javid today reprimanded England stars who are refusing to be vaccinated.
And Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says rejecting a Covid-19 vaccine is as bad as drink-driving.
Now Premier League bosses are planning to set a deadline for players without waxing.
They are concerned with the slow progress of the COVID vaccine within football’s top-flight clubs.
We revealed on Saturday that England’s World Cup hopes have been dashed with at least five out of Gareth Southgate’s 23-man squad.
Javid said: “He has made a conscious choice. It is disappointing. He is a role model in society.
“People look up to them and they must recognize the difference that can be in encouraging others.”
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