Sean Penn: Unvaccinated People Are ‘Criminal’ – ‘It’s a Cowardice of Conviction’

Hollywood star Sean Penn has issued an aggressive rebuke of unvaccinated people, arguing that they are “criminals” and shouldn’t leave their homes.

The leftist actor says that a different set of rules should apply to the unvaxxed, asserting that choosing not to be vaccinated against Covid is “a cowardice of conviction.”

Penn made his feelings known while recently speaking during an interview with Extra.

The interviewer asked Penn how he felt about “anti-vaccine rhetoric.”

“It’s a cowardice of conviction,” Penn replied.

“I think that it is an unwillingness to engage in a culture of common sense.

“That at this point, it seems criminal to me, actually.

“I really feel that if someone chooses not to be vaccinated, that they should choose to stay home,” he declared.

“Not go to work. Not have a job.

“As long as we’re all paying for these streets, we gotta ride safely on them.

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“And so I’m just hopeful that the mindset will change.”

Penn said “leadership” seems to be on board but hopes to get “everyone on the same page” about Covid shots.

His statements come on the heels of a report which found that the majority of individuals who contracted COVID-19 and died were vaccinated.

An analysis performed by The Washington Post’s Health 202 found that 58% of coronavirus fatalities in August occurred in instances where the person was vaccinated against Covidor had received a booster.

This figure has more than doubled since September of last year.

“We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Cynthia Cox, vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation, told the Post.

It’s estimated that 80% of the U.S. population was vaccinated as of October. Of those, 68% are fully vaccinated, and 34% received boosters.

Meanwhile, Penn has advocated for mandatory vaccinations in the past, likening the shot to getting a driver’s license.

“This is one of those things that should be mandatory,” the “I Am Sam” actor told Yahoo Entertainment last year.

Penn spoke about how vaccine hesitancy was frustrating for him.

“A resistance that’s just based on a certain kind of … lack of imagination and understanding of anything that’s helpful to the human race, I’ve become very frustrated by that. But I can only work within my own bounds and say that, for me, it should be mandatory,” he told the publication.

Penn’s comments appear to align with the statement being promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO).

As Slay News reported, the WHO has now labeled unvaccinated people as a “major killing force.”

READ MORE: WHO Labels Unvaccinated People a ‘Major Killing Force Globally’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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