Italian Pro-Freedom Protesters Successfully Disrupted Nancy Pelosi’s Rome Visit

Just two post-modern pagans gushing over the other

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi nearly crossed paths with thousands of people protesting vaccine mandates in Italy this weekend.

Pelosi, who was in Rome for a meeting with foreign leaders, was attending Mass in the city at St. Patrick’s Church. Outside the church, chaos was erupting as thousands of Italians took to the streets over Italy’s new requirement for workers to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccine in the form of a “green pass.”

Just minutes into the service, Pelosi and her husband were reportedly removed from the church by government officials concerned about her safety, according to a representative from Pelosi’s office.

At the heart of protesters’ complaints is the “green pass” mandate — required documentation that details whether a person has been fully vaccinated, tested negative or has recently recovered from the virus. Starting Oct. 15, any worker who doesn’t show a vaccine certificate to their employer will be suspended without pay for up to five days.

It’s considered one of the strictest COVID-19 mandates in the world. Italy has already made this pass a requirement to eat indoors at restaurants or visit museums and gyms.

Italy’s prime minister condemns acts of violence

Protests that continued into the night on Saturday turned violent.

Images showed tear gas being deployed by police to scatter large crowds of people across Rome. Some officers are seen hitting demonstrators with batons and hauling away bloodied men and women.

At least 12 people were reportedly arrested during the violence.

Other videos and pictures of the protests show people using flags and other weapons to attack police officers.

The violence spread to other parts of the city, including the headquarters of the Italian General Confederation of Labor (CGIL), one of Italy’s biggest trade unions. The group supports the health pass mandate, viewing it as a worker safety issue.

Rioters marched to the union’s offices, broke windows and managed to push their way into the union’s building. Once inside, they caused other damage, including smashing computers.

The union called it a “fascist assault” on the group.

Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi condemned the weekend violence.

“The right to express one’s ideas can never degenerate into acts of aggression and intimidation,” his office said.

Draghi also visited the CGIL headquarters following the attack in solidarity with the union.

Draghi’s office said, “Trade unions are a fundamental defense of democracy and workers’ rights” and that any intimidation of them is unacceptable.

Source: NPR

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ken
ken
3 days ago

Look at those smiles, the eyes, the faces… Have you ever seen such obvious evil in your life. No wonder they want masks.

I shivered when I first looked at it. Evil comes this way….

Mr Reynard
Mr Reynard
3 days ago

Above, two Satan’s minion shaking hands …

Raptar Driver
Raptar Driver
2 days ago

Very creepy!

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Malatok
Malatok
2 days ago

“Pope” Frankie Bergoglio, the anti Christ demon of Buenos Aires and former Plan Condor best buddy “confessor” of putsch thug Jorge Videl greets the ravishingly decrepit cadaver from the Washing town sewer. The whited sepulchur of Agenda 2030 and the anglzionazi bag lady will do hell together…for eternity.

Onward down the Styx with the minions of Satan.

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Jerry Hood
Jerry Hood
2 days ago

I ask the american mass shooters and sharp shooters: why is this Nazy Piglosi still alive and hundreds of simple people shot by you???

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