Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protesters in Alaska Liken Policy to Nazi Germany

People rallying against vaccine mandates in Anchorage, Alaska, on August 5 held placards comparing such policies to those of Nazi Germany and repurposed phrases such as “my body, my choice,” a slogan usually used by pro-abortion rights activists.

This footage shows a demonstrators lining the streets outside the Alaska Native Medical Center. Must Read Alaska, which live-streamed the video on Facebook, said participants were opposing the “forced COVID-19 vaccinations of employees.”

One sign read “Never forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was legal,” a line from Martin Luther King Jr’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail," written in 1963.

Other signs claimed the vaccine rollout was an experiment, and that the shots contain a “hidden list of ingredients.” One woman in the protest group held a sign reading: “Nurses against mandatory vaccines.” Credit: Must Read Alaska via Storyful

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