Christopher Key urine drinking Alabama anti-vaxxer - says he doesn’t need driver’s license

Date Added: January 26, 2022 12:17:48 PM
Author: Sutra Web Directory
Category: News & References

An Alabama anti-vaxxer who recently suggested urine as a COVID cure now says that he doesn’t need a driver’s license to operate his car as it’s his “wagon, with wagon wheels.”

Christopher Key, founder of “Vaccine Police,” told The Daily Beast on Monday that you only drive if you are “committing commerce.”

Key, who is currently on a cross-country road trip attempting to arrest various Democratic governors, added that because he’s traveling, he doesn’t need a license.

“I travel,” Key said. “My car is not a car. My car is my wagon, with wagon wheels.”

The car, which he showed off on his Telegram account, is currently wrapped with various anti-vax imagery.

Key also said that the only people that needed driver’s licenses are people like truck drivers and Uber drivers.

When asked if he was worried about getting pulled over for not having a license, Key told the outlet that he wasn’t worried.

“I am a free man living on the land. There is no crime,” he said.

Earlier this month, Key suggested that drinking urine cures COVID-19, something that has no scientific evidence.

“The antidote that we have seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy,” Key said in the video earlier this month. “I know to a lot of you this sounds crazy, but guys, God’s given us everything we need.”

That video came on the heels of his arrest after a recent court appearance, in which he refused to both wear a mask and stop recording inside of the courtroom.

Key’s accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have been suspended or taken down, according to the outlet.

Key’s accounts have been taken down by other social media outlets like YouTube, which announced back in September that they’d be removing all anti-vax videos and accounts spreading misinformation.

~ Via AL