The clip showed a man answering a protester asking why the homeless were “not dead” at COVID-19.
“I’m vaccinated, so it’s ridiculous,” said the man pushing the shopping cart.
The video was shot by William Goode, who stated that the respondent was a man experiencing homelessness.
A viral video on Twitter showed a man calling for anti-vaccine protesters asking why homeless people were “not dead on the street” for COVID-19.
28 second clip posted by police documentary William Gude, NS Activist The Twitter account Film the Police LA is run by more than 15,000 followers. This video has collected over 4.2 million views, 150,000 likes and 55,000 retweets. The caption of the tweet says it was taken on Saturday.
At the beginning of Goode’s viral video, a crowd of protesters marching down the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California, with colorful signs with the slogan “You should choose where you are at risk.” increase.According to the protesters were a group of anti-vaccine activists Independent..
“Do you see homeless people around you?” Says one protester through a loudspeaker. “Are they dead on the street with COVID? No hell! Why?”
You can hear people answer, “I’m vaccinated, so it’s ridiculous sexual intercourse.”
The camera then pans the man who appears to be pushing the cart down the street. According to Goode’s caption, the man was a homeless person. After that, the protesters remain silent for a while and do not respond to comments.
Gude did not respond to the request for comment.
COVID-19 vaccine Free for everyone, include People experiencing the homeless.. In late September Los Angeles County Public Health Service (LADPH) A statement was issued that the number of COVID-19 cases in people experiencing homelessness decreased in the last few weeks of September compared to the increase in cases in July and August. LADPH did not respond to more recent numerical requests.
COVID-19 vaccine is very effective in preventing illness and severe symptoms, And some vaccinated people Caused a groundbreaking incident and died, Inoculation Greatly reduces the chance of dying From the virus, as the insider reported.
Gude posted a follow-up tweet on Wednesday He said the man’s name was Ray. Goode also uploaded a 26-second video showing a man from Denver, Colorado, talking to a man who has been homeless for seven years.
Gude on Thursday, GoFundMe Fundraising to support men. Raised over $ 17,000 within 24 hours and exceeded the target of $ 15,000.
“Ray was the man who owned the anti-baker on Hollywood Boulevard in one comment, which brought him so many smiles and laughs. Now we give him smiles and happiness. I hope we can bring it, “said GoFundMe.
The GoFundMe organizer (listed as Sharon Montenegro on the page) did not respond to the request for comment. According to the fund, “William G,” who looks like William Goode, who shot the video, worked with others to find a man and help him set up a phone and bank account.
Gude tweeted on Friday morning The man said, “I slept all night” for the first time in a few years.
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