An anti-vaxxer who leads the 'Vaccine Police' is now encouraging people to fight coronavirus with 'urine therapy,' instead of the jab.
Christopher Key, who is based in Alabama, USA, posted on his Telegram account after being released from jail over a trespassing charge, encouraging fellow anti-vaxxers to drink their urine as a coronavirus combatant.
Key, who initially gained notoriety after threatening to "execute" pharmacists, calls Covid vaccines "bio weapons."
"The antidote that we have seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy. OK, and I know to a lot of you this sounds crazy, but guys, God’s given us everything we need," Key said in a video posted over the weekend on his Telegram account.
"This has been around for centuries," he added. "When I tell you this, please take it with a grain of salt."
Continuing his spiel, Key added that he drinks his own urine.
"This vaccine is the worst bioweapon I have ever seen," he concluded. "I drink my own urine!”"
Reached for comment by The Daily Beast on Sunday night, Key doubled down on his comments about "urine therapy" and railed against "foolish" people who took the COVID-19 vaccine.
At the end of December last year, Key set out on a road trip in the US with the goal of arresting Democratic state governors over their vaccine mandates.
“And yes, if the other governors try to do what Louisiana did,” he said. “Yes, we will be arresting all of those governors also.”
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He was referring to Louisiana Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards, over his enforcement of vaccines, especially in schools.
"We have shut down boards of education. And we will be arresting the governor of Louisiana on February the 7th if he does not stand down and not vaccinate the children of Louisiana," he said on Cay Clark’s daily show.
Key went on to claim that the arrest was coming "out of love" because officials are "trying to start a civil war" and "coming for our children".
There’s no scientific evidence to support claims that drinking urine is beneficial, according to Healthline. On the contrary, research suggests that drinking urine can introduce bacteria, toxins, and other harmful substances into your bloodstream. It can even place undue stress on your kidneys.
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