“You’re looking at $3,500 in concert tickets to a concert that wants to control me, that wants to tell you and I what to put in our bodies,” he goes on. “And the bottom line is: create the life that you are in personal control what goes into your body to where you do not get bullied by a system or people or anyone to do something that compromises or sacrifices exactly what you’re meant to do , in the life you’re meant to lead.”
“Take a stand, folks.”
Among those impressed with his stand was GOP Arizona gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake, who called him “a hero.”
“We can’t let Hollywood influencers try to control our children or force people to get a vaccine against their will,” she posted. “Thank you, Doug for being a strong patriotic American and a great father.”
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Not everyone agreed, however.
Many out that the “tickets” he burned were in fact just print outs on normal paper, and worth nothing anyway, as the actual tickets to the show were digital.
Many more pointed out that even if he didn’t go, spending your hard earned $3,500 on something only to burn it was not a very efficient way of making your point.
Everyone agreed that either way, Olivia wasn’t going to lose much sleep over it:
• Sir, those are print-outs. • You’ve already given them $3,500 • Without vacc proof you wouldn’t have been let in anyway. • You’ve literally accomplished nothing. https://t.co/yYKKcRQG7b