Organizers tasked with organizing a conference in Jacksonville, Florida led by COVID-19 truthers Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough have enough anti-vaxxer By Christopher Key Saturday afternoon crap.
So much so that they reported the “Vaccinated Police” leader to the police as a trespasser, a move that landed him back in jail (Again), where he is currently awaiting a preliminary hearing.
On Saturday morning, Key could be heard on video berating a far-right rally organizer, after he claimed she authorized him move his car across. Key later testified that he had gone to the building at the “Take Action for Freedom Tour” event to make a “jingle”, prompting the police to be called.
“Now I’m asked to leave,” Key said before police arrived. Following a police officer to the scene, an unidentified gathering organizer told the officer that Key was causing “disturbation”.
“You have caused a great disturbance,” added the organizer.
After being issued a trespass alert by police, Key still appears to be disobeying the orders of Jacksonville police officers. (The Jacksonville Police Department did not immediately return The Daily Beast’s request for comment Saturday night.)
“You have been broken into the property,” Jacksonville officer JA Mack can be heard telling Key in the video. “Get in the car and leave, or you’ll be arrested.”
Throughout a 40-minute video posted by Key on Telegram, Conspiracy theorists drink urine Constantly arguing with the police.
Key told the officers: “You need to obey the law, and Mack replied, “This is your final warning. ”
In the end, the police had enough anti-vaxxer antics and put him in handcuffs as Key continued to threaten the officers with lawsuits.
According to arrest documents obtained by The Daily Beast, Key was placed in Jacksonville John E. Goode’s pre-trial detention center at 1:26 p.m. ET on charges of “property trespassing” and “improperty” disobey orders to leave or endanger property. ”
Speaking from a prison cell phone late on Saturday, Key and the far-right radio host Stew Peters excited arrest to far-right event organizers out of jealousy over their COVID-19 conspiracy theories regarding Snake venom in water and Satan’s blood in vaccines.
“This is a bunch of MDs getting upset because a chiropractor and a bounty hunter leaked…information before they could,” Peters said of the phone call he recorded and posted to Telegram. .
“Yes, there is venom in the shots,” the right-wing presenter continued, claiming that event organizers are now trying to discredit their fellow rightists, including both Keys.
Key concluded: “I am very upset that some of my freedom fighters are the ones who have imprisoned me,” concludes Key.