‘Vaccine Policeman’ Jailed During National Tour Harassing COVID Victims

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Leader of the “Vaccine Police” Christopher Key went out to spray his beliefs all over the country. He planned on arresting Democratic governors, but ended up in jail for trespassing instead. Key’s first target was Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, The Daily Beast reported. He claimed that he would handle the citizens’ arrest “out of love,” because “they are trying to start a civil war” and “coming for our children.”

When Key appeared on Clay Clark’s daily show, he said in another one of The Daily Beast articles:

‘I am the vaccine police. We have shut down pharmacists. We have shut down boards of education. And we will be arresting the governor of Louisiana on February the 7th if he does not stand down and not vaccinate the children of Louisiana.’

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Then, Key wrote upon his website, according to The Washington Post:

‘I was recently fired from my job of six years for being a patriot.’

But then last August he allegedly threatened pharmacists with being “executed,” should they continue giving the COVID-19 vaccines. Key told Clay on air::

‘I am the vaccine police. We have shut down pharmacists. We have shut down boards of education. And we will be arresting the governor of Louisiana on February the 7th if he does not stand down and not vaccinate the children of Louisiana.’

Key went national after he claimed pharmacists should be “executed.” He was on his way to arrest the Louisiana governor:

‘And yes, if the other governors try to do what Louisiana did. Yes, we will be arresting all of those governors also. The government is we the people [claiming citizens’ arrest]. That is the government!’

 

In a subsequent series of five videos, he was shown walking into court. Then, someone off-camera told him he had to wear a face covering. He was arrested and held without bail in Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham, Alabama, on a third-degree charge of criminal trespassing.”

Key said:

‘[I have] no idea what has happened. I have no idea how long I will be in jail. We are still doing God’s work.I got arrested cuz I wouldn’t wear a mask, and this is what this thing is all about!’

He was overheard talking to his court-appointed attorney outside the courtroom:

‘Again. You can’t. I’m competent…I’m not insane. [I am a] complete, total free man. ‘I am completely sane. I don’t need an attorney. I am a free man.’

In December, Key photographed himself in the midst of his weapons arsenal, which included a “flamethrower and a high-capacity firearm.” Just the sort of guy we want carrying flame-throwing guns.

Prior to the trial, Key would not wear a mask citing a “medical, religious exemption.” An official in the courtroom told Key he might be able to appear via video for the hearing.

One a jail phone, he appeared on the far-right show, the Stew Peters program. Key claimed:

‘[I have] no idea what has happened. I have no idea how long I will be in jail. We are still doing God’s work.’

Featured image is a screenshot via YouTube.