By THOUSIF INC
Evangeline Lilly said she attended a rally against vaccine mandates in Washington, DC.
In the same event, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. invoked Nazi Germany and Anne Frank in a speech.
She attended the rally to "support bodily sovereignty."
That she believes "nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything, against their will, under the threat of"
And listed several phrases, including loss of employment and violent attack.
"I was pro-choice before COVID, and I am still pro-choice today,"
She said, adding hashtags including #medicalfreedom #bodilyautonomy and #defeatthemandatesdc
Lilly did not reference Kennedy's comments in her post.
During the event, Kennedy, a longtime vaccine opponent,
compared Covid-19 vaccine requirements in the US to conditions in Nazi Germany
And said people living under Nazi rule "could hide in an attic, as Anne Frank did."
Kennedy later apologized for invoking Frank's name, and his wife, actress Cheryl Hines, condemned the remarks.