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On Monday, Liberal academy award-winning actor Tim Robbins appeared on the Russell Brand show to give his thoughts about the COVID-19 Pandemic and how his views changed as the national health establishment turned on the unvaccinated.

“I bought into it,” Robbins told the host Russell Brand. “I was masking everywhere. I was keeping my social distance. I was adhering to the requests made of me, and I felt angry at people that didn’t do that.”

Robbins emphasized that he went along with what the health establishment mandated and he explained that he often couldn’t understand why so many people were unwilling to comply with government orders.

“I noticed a lot of people were not adhering again to these requests made by their government. I thought, well, they’re going to have a hard day coming up, that there will be some serious death here,” he told Brand. “When I saw that there wasn’t a huge death rate after I witnessed personally what was happening, I started to wonder more and more about what we were being told and whether it was true or not.”

The actor then told Russell Brand that he attended an anti-lockdown protest in New York where he was surprised by the lies being told by the media about the anti-lockdown demonstrators, according to The Daily Wire.

“I saw the way that they were being described in the press, and it wasn’t true,” the actor said. “These were not, you know, National Front Nazis. These were liberals and lefties and people that believed in personal freedom.”


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The actor then summarized how his views changed over time on lockdown policy and how he came to view the divisive coronavirus policies as “dangerous.”

“We went into lockdown with healthy people, with children. And that didn’t seem to be wise to me. So, I’m not a scientist, I’m not a doctor. I don’t know the intricacies of data on this,” he explained. “All I can respond to is as someone who is concerned about what the result of those doctrines, that policy, had on us as human beings. It is not good.”

“We turned into tribal, angry, vengeful people,” Robbins said, adding that he didn’t “think that is something that is sustainable for the Earth. That we start demonizing people that don’t agree with our particular health policies and turn them into monsters. Turn them into pariahs. Say that they don’t deserve a hospital bed.”

“I think about people that have made bad mistakes in their lives where they take too many drugs and they overdose,” the “Shawshank Redemption” actor stated. “And that’s totally their choice, that’s totally their responsibility. Yet we take care of them. Yet we bring them to the hospital. Yet we save their lives because we are compassionate.”

“We want to make sure the people live. And this turned,” he concluded. “This turned into ‘you should f*cking die because you have not complied.’ That is incredibly dangerous.”

It’s a good sign that even liberal Hollywood actors were able to see through the narratives spun together by the national health establishment and the media. The actions taken by the government during the Coronavirus Pandemic opened the eyes of many Americans and Tim Robbins seems to be one of them.

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