Katie Hopkins likens Australia’s Covid lockdowns to being in prison

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Katie Hopkins has criticized Australia’s handling of the pandemic for its major international followers, declaring that “Australians must be released”.

She was a controversial British media personality They are deported On Tuesday after her behavior in hotel quarantine in Sydney, which included bragging on social media to mock hotel guards by answering the door naked without wearing a mask.

Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews said the Hopkins visa was granted after it was registered with Channel Seven Big Brother VIP – canceled on Monday evening and it was Forced to make a flight back to the UK Tuesday.

She was also excluded from the reality TV series prior to filming.

Since then, the 46-year-old far-right commentator has targeted leaders to plunge countries into lockdown, citing in particular the Close in South Australia After five cases of local transmission of Covid-19.

Hopkins posted a news article about the shutdown on her Instagram page, writing: “South Australia. Crucified. Over 5 cases. 5 cases!,” Hopkins started.

“Residents are imprisoned in their homes. The exercises should be within 2.5 kilometers of the house and for only 90 minutes.”

Hopkins then posted a screenshot of a comment left by a South Australian resident on her page, with user “debraswan22” writing, “Thank you for coming to Australia Katie and trying to highlight the absurdity of these actions. You give us all hope and encouragement to express our opinions and hold our guns. Thank you for being our voice. “.

In response, Hopkins declared, “I won’t come down. I won’t back down. I won’t apologize. Australians should be released. #FreeAustralia.”

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The posts have garnered thousands of comments, including from Australians who thanked Hopkins for speaking out.

Hopkins has gone so far as to create a “Highlights” section on her Instagram page, which allows her Instagram Stories to be viewed permanently, titled “OZ IMPRISONED”.

Hopkins arrived in Australia last week on a “basic skills” visa and was widely reported to be joining the next season of the Channel 7 reality series.

But it quickly attracted criticism For her screaming in hotel quarantinein which you resembled COVID-19 To the flu, comparing immigrants to cockroaches, they said people with dementia should not clog hospital beds.

The Home Affairs Secretary issued a statement earlier this week, saying Hopkins’ behavior was “despicable.”

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“It is despicable for anyone to act in a way that puts our health and community officials at risk,” Andrews said.

Hopkins was also fined $1,000 by New South Wales Police for failing to wear a mask on Sunday.

“The New South Wales Police assisted the Australian Border Force in transporting the woman to Sydney International Airport (Monday 19 July 2021), following the cancellation of her visa, and her departure for the United Kingdom,” a statement read.


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