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Rhondda MP calls police after ‘angry crowd’ gather outside his office.

03 Jul 2021 2 minutes Read
Anti vaxx/vaccine passport stickers plastered over the office of Rhondda Labour MP Chris Bryant in Tonypandy. Pic: Rob Osborne, ITV Wales. Chris Bryant. Official portrait of Chris Bryant – UK Parliament (CC BY 3.0).

Rhondda MP Chris Bryant has called the police after an “angry crowd” gathered outside his office.

The Labour MP shared the news with his followers on Twitter in the last hour.

He said: “I’m told an angry crowd has gathered outside my office in Tonypandy and plastered it with stickers.

The MP added that it was “not quite an ‘attack’ as he had been originally told, but that he had notified the police.

The attack prompted many of his Twitter followers to ask who the crowd represented and why were they acting in such a way.

It then emerged that the “angry crowd” were made up of people who are against vaccinations a way to ensure the public’s health and safety as a means to minimise the danger of spreading the deadly Covid-19 virus.

One photograph of the “attack” taken by ITV Wales presenter Rob Osborne show stickers seemingly protesting against vaccine “passports”.

News of the incident was also posted on the MPs Facebook with claims made by some that people going for their vaccines in Ystrad had also been shouted at.

 

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Huw Davies
Huw Davies
3 months ago

It is their right to refuse vaccines but not their right to harass people that choose to believe the medical advice and get themselves immunised. I’ve had both mine, not entirely free of side effects but better than being in hospital; or worse!

j humphrys
j humphrys
3 months ago
Reply to  Huw Davies

After my second, I had one day feeling not so good, as they said it might, but soon wore off. So if anyones feels a bit fluey after the second, don’t worry.

CapM
CapM
3 months ago

No vaccination can keep Chris Bryant out of the news.

Nick Randall-Smith
Nick Randall-Smith
3 months ago

Antivaccers (antivaxers?) will be removed from the gene pool by natural processes ere long,

Chris
Chris
3 months ago

We can but hope. But as they self select themselves for extinction, how many of us will the dirty plague vectors take with them?

Quornby
Quornby
3 months ago

If he grins any harder the top of his head will fall off.

Anthony
Anthony
3 months ago
Reply to  Quornby

Literally looks like he’s on acid….

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