Black Panther Star Under Fire for Posting Video Questioning Covid Vaccine

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Vaccine proponents descended on a star from Marvel’s Black Panther after she posted a video to social media questioning whether the Covid-19 vaccine should be taken.

Actress Letitia Wright, who played the Black Panther’s younger sister in the film, was labeled an anti-vaxxer Wednesday after sharing a podcast on Twitter titled, “Covid-19 Vaccine, Should We Take it?”

Pro-vaxxers immediately moved to “cancel” Wright, claiming she was spreading “dangerous” mis-information.

Even Marvel co-star Don Cheadle joined in on the action:

Wright defended herself, replying to many who criticized her that she had a right to think for herself and question ingredients of a vaccine she might inject into her body.

“If you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled,” she pushed back.

“My intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intention of posting the video was it raised my concerns with what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies. Nothing else,” she explained in a follow-up tweet.

As for the vaccine, top microbiologist Sucharit Bhakdi recently told Laura Ingraham he believed masks and current social distancing guidelines have no scientific backing and that the vaccines are “downright dangerous.”

“Read up on this and then make up your own mind,” Bhakdi said. “Don’t believe things that people are telling you. Think for yourself and come to your own conclusions.”

“So, you believe the COVID vaccine is not necessary?” Ingraham asked the doctor.

“I think it’s downright dangerous, and I warn you, if you go along these lines, you are going to go to your doom and it’s so unnecessary,”  he warned.

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