Marvel Studios begins to have a problem with coronavirus anti-vaccines. One more problem to add to your list.
the star of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Evangeline Lilly, has given his political opinion in the midst of a furious debate on anti-coronavirus vaccines. He has expressed his opinion, immediately generating a controversial response about his controversial views about the pandemic in which we live. And, by the way, has gotten into trouble wonder studios, who already had to endure this same situation a few months ago with Leticia Wright.
The actress who gained a lot of fame with the series of Lost has shared a publication in which he confirms his participation in the demonstration against the obligation of the vaccine in Washington DC held last weekend. The interpreter of Marvel Studios has supported “medical sovereignty”. A demonstration in which robert f kennedy jr compared vaccination mandates to the Holocaust, to give you an idea.
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“This is not the way, this is not safe,” defends the actress
«I believe that no one should ever be forced to inject anything into their body against their will, under threat of violent attack, arrest or detention without trial, job loss, homelessness, starvation, loss of education, estrangement from loved ones , excommunication from society… Under any threat«, Evangeline Lilly expressed in her social networks, in favor of the anti-vaccines. «This is not the way. This is not safe. I understand that the world is afraid, but I don’t think that responding to fear with force will solve our problems.«.
This is not the first time that Marvel Studios has faced controversy related to coronavirus anti-vaccines. Letitia Wright expressed a similar opinion a few months ago, even more virulent. the actress of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever defended the right not to be vaccinated and caused a considerable stir on social networks. It is said that he finally got vaccinated, but the last news we had about this film was that the shooting was postponed due to an outbreak on the set.