Vaccinated people beginning to side with the unvaxxed amid civil rights emergency
By News Editors // Oct 01, 2021

An ESPN host, a Washington police officer and hundreds of Italian citizens are all standing up for the rights of the unvaccinated as governments around the globe begin to segregate them from society.


(Article by Kelen McBreen republished from

The first example of the vaccinated protesting in defense of vaccine holdouts came last month when hundreds of Italians burned their Covid vaccine passports in solidarity with the unvaccinated.

“No green pass!” demonstrators chanted as vaccinated Italians set their cards on fire.

Earlier this week, ESPN anchor Sage Steele appeared on the podcast “Uncut with Jay Cutler” where she expressed her disgust with the sports network for mandating the Covid vaccine for all its employees.

“I work for a company that mandates it and I had until September 30th to get it done or I’m out,” Steele told Cutler, a retired NFL quarterback who spent 12 years in the league.

ESPN staff were mandated by the outlet’s parent company the Walt Disney Company to get the jab before September 30 or be fired.

Steele got a Covid vaccine just days before the company’s deadline despite reluctantly admitting she “didn’t want to do it” and saying she felt “defeated” afterwards.

“I respect everyone’s decision, I really do, but to mandate it is sick and it’s scary to me in many ways,” Steele said. “I just, I’m not surprised it got to this point, especially with Disney, I mean a global company like that.”

The ESPN on-air personality claimed some of the top sports stars in the country have privately reached out to her in support, but she complained that none of them will do so publicly due to fear of the cancel culture mob.

Meanwhile, Steele retweeted Orlando Magic starting forward Jonathan Isaac on Tuesday after he spoke out against the league pressuring players taking the Covid vaccine.

On Tuesday, a Washington state police officer posted a viral video to TikTok declaring, “Even though I am fully Vaccinated, I will stand with my Blue Families right to choose!!”

After spending 23 years in the U.S. Army and ten more as a cop, Deputy Bailey of the King County Sheriff’s Department is turning in his badge.

@echopnwEven though I am fully Vaccinated, I will stand with my Blue Families right to choose!! ##copsoftiktok ##cops ##kcso ##righttochoose ##forever10/7? original sound - Dani Marie

“I’m done,” he told his followers. “I think that after all the stuff that we’ve been through — the defund, the de-hate, the demotivation of cops — all the stuff that they put us through, I still went to work every single day motivated and ready to do my job.”

Bailey continued, “I didn’t care if other people outside the organization didn’t care that much for us, it was all about the family. But when it started to become toxic from the inside, when people stopped caring for each other on the inside… the toxic leadership like we have here in the King’s County Sheriff’s Office who does not care about their deputies, it was too much for me.”

It’s more important than ever for the people of the world to stop listening to divisive, globalist media outlets and to unite in favor of personal freedoms.

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