Leftist activist joins conservatives in belief that “standing against mandatory vaccines is a fundamental issue that is more important than anything else right now.”
After American rap icon Nicki Minaj expressed skepticism regarding the controversial COVID-19 vaccines, and urged her fans to pray about whether to take one of the vaccines and not be bullied into making a health decision, fans rallied behind her and formed a near-spontaneous protest outside the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
Now, the left wing luminaries behind this protest have planned several more, and have invited conservative Trump supporters to join them in solidarity against the vaccines.
The protests have been organized by the “anti-capitalist Black Hammer Organization’s Commander-in-Chief Gazi Kodzo,” wrote Cassandra Fairbanks for The Gateway Pundit. Kodzo spoke to Fairbanks at length about their goals for the protest, their decision to invite supporters of 45th President Donald Trump, and their hope for Americans to “put political differences aside and fight together against the vaccine mandates.”
Kodzo told Fairbanks that the vaccine passports and mandates represent “a human issue” that should break down traditional political barriers. “A real core value of our humanity is literally being ripped from us,” Kodzo told The Gateway Pundit, before adding that “he is willing to stand with ‘anyone who is willing to go side by side with me to fight for that core value.’”
Fairbanks noted that Kodzo has been ostracized byother communist and socialist groups for protesting with trump supporters but that “he thinks standing against mandatory vaccines is a fundamental issue that is more important than anything else right now.” According to Fairbanks, Kodzo believes “there is nothing more important than people in his community having to choose between putting something they don’t want inside their bodies and being able to feed their families.”
Nicki Minaj became the target of online racist abuse from left wing activists after she shared a clip of Fox News host Tucker Carlson defending her right to speak freely last week, with many corporate journalists accusing her of secretly being a “white supremacist.”