Woody Harrelson with another anti-vaccine statement. Controversial comment about restrictions on the set
On Saturday Woody Harrelson starred in a variety show Saturday Night Live. There, he presented his humorous monologue, in which many people noticed the anti-vaccine comment. Even Elon Musk praised him on Twitter. It seems that viewers have read this sketch well, looking for a hidden meaning in it and a comparison to the coronavirus pandemic.
The actor discussed the film in an interview with The New York Times Championsin which he played the lead role. He said he enjoyed acting in independent films, but he didn’t like the restrictions on set. He admitted that the covid protocols are absurd to him. The journalist asked about the reason for his position.
The fact that they still exist! I don’t think anyone has the right to demand that you be forced to be tested, wear a mask and be vaccinated for three years. I’m just saying: let’s stop this nonsense.
It’s not fair to the film crews. I don’t have to wear a mask. Why should they? Why do they need to be vaccinated? Isn’t it up to these people? I shouldn’t talk about it [tu pada przekleństwo]. It makes me angry for the team. The anarchist part of me thinks we shouldn’t force people to test, wear masks and force vaccinations. This is not a free country.
He added that as an anarchist, he does not take orders well. He said he meant the crew because he could go without a mask and be tested less often. He admitted he wasn’t in the same situation as them, but it still wasn’t right. He said that this has been going on for three years and it should stop.