Marvel actress Evangeline Lilly spoke out about attending an anti-vaccine mandate rally in Washington, D.C., over the weekend.
The Ant-Man star, who has beforehand apologized for her “arrogant” COVID-19 beliefs, took to Instagram on Thursday, Jan. 27, to share photographs from the protest. In keeping with Lilly, she was on the rally “to assist bodily sovereignty.”
“I consider no one ought to ever be pressured to inject their physique with something, in opposition to their will,” she started within the caption, earlier than itemizing what she maintains are penalties to not getting the vaccine, together with “violent assaults,” lack of employment and training, “alienation from family members” and “excommunication from society.”
She continued, “This isn’t the way in which. This isn’t secure. This isn’t wholesome. This isn’t love. I perceive the world is in worry, however I do not consider that answering worry with pressure will repair our issues.”
Lilly, who shares two kids with The Hobbit actor Norman Kali, added, “I used to be professional alternative earlier than COVID and I’m nonetheless professional alternative at the moment,” together with the hashtag #medicalfreedom.