Christopher Key: Anti-vaxxer trolled for urging followers to drink urine as Covid cure

'The antidote that we have seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy,' Key said in a video posted over the weekend


                            Christopher Key: Anti-vaxxer trolled for urging followers to drink urine as Covid cure
Christopher Key urged anti-vax followers to drink urine to cure themselves of Covid (Jefferson County Jail, Twitter)
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Anti-vaxxer Christopher Key, often known as the 'Vaccine Police' leader, has come up with a new alleged antidote to cure the novel coronavirus for his followers and it is the grossest one yet. He has asked people to drink their own urine.

“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 claimed in a video posted over the weekend on his Telegram account after being released from jail over a trespassing charge. “This has been around for centuries,” he added. “When I tell you this, please take it with a grain of salt." Some of the other anti-vaxxers who have recently made news include, Alex Berenson, Alexandra Blankenbiller, and Dr Sean Brooks.

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The anti-vaccine advocate admitted that people might think he is “cray cray.” “Now drink urine!” he continued. “This vaccine is the worst bioweapon I have ever seen,” he concluded. “I drink my own urine!” Key doubled down on what he calls “urine therapy” after Daily Beast reached out to him for comment. He rallied against “foolish” people who took the Covid vaccine. 

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However, people were in no mood to indulge him, and slammed him on Twitter. "This is his at-home Covid test," one of them said, while another commented, "The good news is: Coronavirus-19 loves Anti-vaxxers a whole lot more!" A third wrote, "I believe this to be fecal matter therapy right here." The next remarked, "I'm honestly surprised they haven't yet brought back bloodletting to get rid of the 'bad humor.'" One more noted, "OMG drinking urine can introduce bacteria, toxins, and other harmful substances into your bloodstream. There’s a reason our bodies get rid of it." Another added, "Let's just hope Darwin works his magic then."

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One of them quipped, "Yeah, his tons of research, right!?! I’m sure he handed out the list of peer-reviewed research references at the end of his talk. He actually says it with a straight face." Another said, "I’m all for all the anti-vaxxers trying this."

A commenter tweeted, "But hey, he's been doing it for 20 years, and look how well he's turned out." Another stated, "I think we should not give this dude any air time at all on Twitter or any other platform. He’s dangerous." One more pointed out, "If you're going to drink urine, I guess it's better if it's your own. I guess." A person reacted with, "Let him go first."

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Christopher Key was arrested for trespassing 

Earlier this month, Key was arrested and taken to Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham, Alabama, stemming from criminal trespassing in the third-degree charge. Key was arrested and taken into custody by the “court bailiff” after the judge's order over an incident at Whole Foods in April, where he was charged with trespassing. “He was placed in the jail by the judge,” the spokesperson added. “I have court today at 1:30 central,” Key texted The Daily Beast ahead of his hearing, “it will be interesting.”

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Ahead of the hearing, Key refused to wear a face mask, citing a “medical, religious exemption,” all the while recording himself walking to court. He also argued with an unidentifiable individual that he is allowed to “record” in the courtroom for his “protection.” 


 

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