Real Housewives of Cheshire TV star Leanne Brown has been blasted after going on an anti-coronavirus vaccine social media rant.
The wife of ex-Manchester United’s Wes Brown said a jab was a way of ‘pumping a whole load of poison into the population to reduce it and control the rest’.
She also called shutdowns ‘unlawful’ and said they have caused ‘the loss of livelihood, businesses, mental health, depression, suicide, addiction, abuse and all the other lives lost due to missing treatment for diseases that are being disregarded’.
Mother-of-three Brown, 43, was slammed by fans who called her an ‘uneducated bimbo’ and a ‘selfish disrespectful excuse of a human’.
Brown attracted controversy in May for saying that a vaccine for coronavirus could be dangerous in a 15-minute video uploaded to Instagram.
She was met with similar hostility for claiming: ‘I hope it won’t be mandatory in the UK… What’s really going on here – the bigger picture is it is control.’
It comes as US pharmaceutical company Moderna today revealed its jab is 94.5 per cent effective, after Pfizer’s vaccine was last week found to be 90 per cent effective.
Brown has since said: ‘At some point you have to ask yourself why do they want to vaccinate the whole world regardless of moralities, age, previous adverse reactions.
Real Housewives of Cheshire TV star Leanne Brown has been blasted after going on an anti-coronavirus vaccine social media rant. The wife of footballer Wes Brown said a jab was a way of ‘pumping a whole load of poison into the population to reduce it and control the rest’
Brown told her Instagram followers: ‘At some point you have to ask yourself why do they want to vaccinate the whole world regardless of moralities, age, previous adverse reactions’
Mrs Brown, who stars on ITV show The Real Housewives of Cheshire, poses with husband Wes
‘With complete indemnity. You get injured, you get nothing, you die, they do nothing, you become infertile, impossible to pin it on them.
‘They are home free making a s**t load of money pumping a whole load of poison into the population to reduce it and control the rest.’
The reality TV star added: ‘I was never against vaccines. I had mine and my children did, no visible reactions to date.
‘The point is I never even give it a second thought to question what the ingredients were, how effective or safe they were, the history of them. Big Pharma, any of it!
‘I just trusted the doctors and nurses knew best, and wanted to protect us.
‘When I did begin to question them and do some research I was completely and utterly gobsmacked in face horrified to find out.
‘What disturbed me even more is the hate and repercussions I got from people wishing to slam me for daring to question the narrative and safety of them.
‘If you have fully researched the ingredients, the injuries caused, deaths caused, the clauses of indemnity of the pharmaceutical companies, the compensations that have been paid out on them.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star was slammed by fans who called her an ‘uneducated bimbo’ and a ‘selfish disrespectful excuse of a human’
Brown attracted controversy in May for saying that a vaccine for coronavirus could be dangerous in a 15-minute video uploaded to Instagram
Matt Hancock slams NHS ‘anti-vaxxer’ group that compares Pfizer jab to ‘poison’ and is opposed to wearing masks and testing in hospitals after more than 300 workers sign up
Matt Hancock has slammed more than 300 NHS workers and care home staff for joining an ‘anti-vaxxer’ group.
The Health Secretary branded Facebook page NHS Workers for Choice, No Restrictions for Declining a Vaccine ‘entirely inappropriate’.
Posts on the account compare the Pfizer jab to ‘poison’, some are opposed to wearing face coverings and others rail against testing in hospitals.
The group is reported to include Sheffield-based GP Julie Coffey – who has said she will not wear masks in shops – A&E nurses, healthcare assistants and lab workers.
But it has been slapped with a warning label telling people to visit the NHS website for advice on vaccinations.
It comes as anti-vaccine conspiracy theories are running rampant on social media sites – despite a promise by tech giants to halt their spread.
Meanwhile a survey found four out of five Britons want those who spread fake news about vaccines to face prosecution.
Hopes of another successful jab are soaring after scientists today began a trial to test it on 6,000 people in the UK.
‘The real history of when they were introduced, and still wish to go ahead and risk your child’s health or your own.
‘Especially on this fair play at least. You understand exactly what you are allowing them to inject into your, your body, your choice.
‘They have taken away our freedom to dangle the carrot in front of us like we are idiots just take it and you go love a normal life again.
‘Brainwashing people into believing they are serving the greater good of humanity when you are actually destroying it.
‘I love you all, please just think about what I am saying and question everything. The world is not what it seems.’
Brown also marched at an anti-lockdown rally in Manchester last week, which led to organiser Paul Boys receiving a £10,000 fine.
Four arrests were made and officers also fined 25 people £200 each.
She told her Instagram followers: ‘We gathered to take back our rights of freedom and to salute those who fought for our freedom too.
‘This lockdown is unlawful and going to have a much bigger impact on lives lost because of it. The loss of livelihood, businesses, mental health, depression, suicide, addiction, abuse and all the other lives lost due to missing treatment for diseases that are being disregarded.
‘The data continues to be proven wrong, the tests are inaccurate, the cases inflated to keep us in constant fear of a virus that 99.7 per cent of the country are not at risk of dying from.
‘You have more chance of dying in a car but it will not stop us from driving or crossing the road.
‘It’s time to wake up and realise the real agenda behind this, stay open, say no to the lockdown l, stand together it’s the only way this will end.
‘Rise Up Manchester thank you Paul Boys for making this happen even though it wasn’t as planned.’
But she was blasted by social media users, one of whom said: ‘You awful selfish disrespectful excuse of a human.
‘It’s because of acts like this that continue to spread the infection at an exponential rate leading us in to longer and more intense lockdowns.
Mrs Brown has been married to former England defender Wes for more than a decade
Leanne Brown, the wife of former Manchester United defender Wes Brown, took to Instagram to claim that a vaccine for coronavirus could be dangerous
‘If we all lose our Christmas, it’s down to idiots like yourself so thank you in advance.
‘You don’t realise how lucky we have had it in this country, how lenient they’ve been on us etc. Other countries have been in stricter lockdowns, for longer, stricter guidance. And they don’t complain!
‘You’re an uneducated bimbo that has no common sense at all.
‘I have six friends who have very low immune systems who have happily put their lives on hold because they need to in order to survive.
‘I’ve lost five close people due to the virus.
‘But you carry on doing what you’re doing sweetheart and we’ll be in the same situation in 12 months time! Pure selfishness!’
Another said: ‘My daughter is a ICU nurse on the frontline, have you experienced anything for yourself?
One account said: ‘Fact check: 1,271,386 people in the world died of Covid this year. 1,163,015 died in road traffic accidents, so we are more likely to die of Covid!
‘We wear a seatbelt in a car, what is wrong with taking the necessary precautions to stop people dying!’
One quipped: ‘And when did you get your degree in medical science?’