(JustPatriots.com)- A massive protest in Rome, Italy, broke out last week…just in time for far-left U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the city, where she fled a mass service over fears of getting caught up I the chaos.
Nancy #Pelosi is in Rome; security detail pulled her out of services at St Patrick's to protect her from a violent, right-wing mob, protesting the "green pass" mandate, documentation that a person has been fully vaccinated or tested negative for #COVID19 .https://t.co/Rbc4KAUEvz
— Laurie Garrett (@Laurie_Garrett) October 12, 2021
Footage shows police officers in the city brutalizing Italian protesters angered by a forced vaccination proposal in the country, known as the “Green Pass” COVID-19 vaccination passport system.
Thousands of Italians took to the streets to oppose the Italian government’s decision to implement full-on authoritarian rule in the wake of the pandemic – and given that Italy was the first major country to be locked down in early 2020, it’s no surprise that the people aren’t having any of it.
If the Green Pass system comes into effect in Italy, it will be one of the most strict vaccine requirements anywhere in the world. Anyone who doesn’t take the vaccine, receive a negative test, or prove that they have previously beaten a COVID-18 infection won’t even be able to go to work and earn a living.
Footage shows protesters being stopped by police officers from marching in a street, with water cannons being fired at innocent people trying to show their government that they do not support this overreaching, authoritarian encroachment onto their civil liberties and rights.
Jared Leto published some of that footage, which you can see in the post below. He said that he was also teargassed by police officers, prompting him to “call it a night.”
Got caught in a protest in Italy.
From what I gather it was about vaccine mandates / green pass.
Got teargassed then called it a night.
Here are some images and video: https://t.co/SkOD7pBRbA
— JARED LETO (@JaredLeto) October 11, 2021
The protestors were swarmed by police helicopters, and authorities even stopped 30 buses from entering the city, packed full of protestors from other parts of Italy who were planning on joining the protests.
The message is clear: comply, or comply. You can’t dissent, you can’t protest, and you can’t disagree.