Conor McGregor asked Ireland to leave the European Union: “Forcing people to get vaccinated is a war crime”

McGregor is always controversial with his comments.

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Nothing is saved when giving an opinion, that’s how it always was Conor McGregor. He was against the pressure exerted by countries for their inhabitants to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and criticized the ways that the European Union uses to apply these measures.

The legendary Irish mixed martial arts fighter posted a thoughtful and harsh message on his social media that he later had to delete. However, he left the table set for controversy.

“Do you think that forcing people to inject something into their body is not a crime? People must have the right to choose. An attempt is under way to force people to get vaccinated by the European Union. I can’t agree with that, but I know our lapdogs in power will do what they are told. It is time for Ireland to leave the European Union. Forcing people to get vaccinated is a war crime, ”he wrote.

This message caused a debate of opinions because it comes at a time when the world is seeing new waves of COVID-19. Even other variants like omicron.

McGregor had to delete the messages in the face of so many conflicting opinions and sent a new one with moderation. “Forcing someone to inject something they don’t want into their body is aberrantly wrong. I am not against vaccines, I am against not being able to choose. God bless those who think otherwise.

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