Wow, What a Crowd: Thousands of Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protesters Descend on DC and Ignore City’s Outdoor Mask Rules to Play Songs by Anti-Mandate Singer Meat Loaf and Listen to Speech From Robert F. Kennedy

Thousands gathered in Washington D.C. – a city that mandates vaccines – to protest vaccine mandates, with protesters blaring ballads by Meatloaf, a musician who is feared to have succumbed to COVID-19 complications at 74 after vocal hesitation about the jab.

Robert F. Kennedy and Informed Consent Action Network founder Del Bigtree were among big names who addressed the rally Sunday morning. Around 20,000 people were expected to attend the demonstration.

‘Americans want democracy back, and this rally is a demand by Americans to get their democracy back,’ Kennedy said of the rally to WUSA9.

Many of those who did so were not masked, despite DC Mayor Muriel Bowser mandating masks outdoors for people who have not had their COVID shot when gathered in large groups outside.

Meat Loaf – who died of suspected COVID side effects last week aged 74 – could be heard blaring out over the demonstration.

The much loved star was vocally anti-vaccine mandate and mask. Rumors that he was killed by the virus itself would also make him one of its highest-profile victims. It is unknown if he’d had the vaccine prior to his death.

In videos posted to social media, the singer’s hit I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) could be heard blaring as protesters gathered around the Lincoln Memorial’s Reflecting Pool.

After the artist’s death on Thursday, some mocked his stances on vaccine and mask mandates on social media.

‘In the end, he finally let us know what that one thing was that he wouldn’t do for love: Get vaccinated,’ tweeted Gene Wu, a Democrat in the Texas state House of Representatives, referring to the lyrics to his song that protesters played on Sunday.

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Source: Daily Mail