The influencer has responded in one of the simplest ways doable to claims Australians had been residing in a “tyrannical police state” as a consequence of Covid guidelines.
Abbie Chatfield has roasted right-wing commentator Candace Owens after the US media character claimed Australia was “a tyrannical police state” as a consequence of Covid restrictions.
The Bachelor star is among the many thousands and thousands of absolutely vaccinated residents from NSW and Victoria in a position to now get pleasure from new freedoms after months of lockdown.
Parts of each states had been topic to stay-at-home orders to stop coronavirus outbreaks from overwhelming the well being system and fatalities from spiralling.
Last week Candace Owens instructed America “invade” Australia to free residents from “tyrannical” Covid restrictions that noticed them “quite literally being imprisoned against their will” and unable to go away the nation.
She then learn out a number of the “shocking” guidelines Australians have needed to observe at completely different factors of the pandemic, which included QR code check-ins and family customer limits.
The response from Aussies to Owens’ tirade on social media verged from the confused to outright mocking.
On TikTok, “imprisoned” Aussies shared movies of themselves having fun with a beer on the pub with buddies, or dancing at nightclubs with Owens’ speech enjoying within the background.
Chatfield, who has been a proponent of lockdowns and confronted trolling from anti-vaxxers because of this, has additionally been having fun with life in “tyrannical” Australia.
The influencer attended a celebration over the weekend and shared two movies of herself poking enjoyable of Owens’ statements on Australia.
The first one featured her dancing with buddies, whereas the second featured Chatfield going for an impromptu catwalk and dancing, pouring a drink over herself.
“HELP US,” she captioned the video.
Other Aussies joined in, with one individual commenting: “SAVE ME FROM FREE HEALTHCARE.”
“Help us! Our gun control, great health care and decent wages are too much!” one other commented.
Others labelled Chatfield’s TikTok “iconic” and mentioned it was now their “favourite video in the world”.