Frederiksen faced vitriol from Kent Nielsen of the Danish political party Frihedslisten (Freedom List) during an event in the Netherlands. Nielsen approached the prime minister from behind, introduced himself and proceeded to tell the Danish leader that 83,000 people in her home country died from the COVID-19 vaccines. Moreover, over 150,000 Danes suffered vaccine injuries.
The prime minister Frederiksen refused to answer Nielsen's allegations, keeping silent throughout the exchange. Meanwhile, Dutch security officers, part of the prime minister's detail, physically assaulted Nielsen and pushed him away.
Before security told Nielsen to keep his distance, he managed to throw several questions to the prime minister.
"How do you feel about the fact that you lied about immunity for a year? How can you sleep at night knowing that you are harming and killing Danes? You must feel guilty, Mette. It's not hard to live with yourself when you are murdering and harming your own people," Nielsen commented.
"So you're just ice-cold? The 'ice lady' who doesn't care … [about] killing and injuring other people. And then your bus sign says 'Let's care for the future.' The woman who claims to be 'the prime minister of the children' is murdering Danish children and murdering Danish adults, and then runs from it all. It's crazy."
Dutch law enforcement stepped in at this point and interfered between the two. An officer asked Nielsen to give his name, social security number and identification. Nielsen then cooperated with the police and stopped filming.
But before turning off his camera, he blurted out: "And then she escapes in her bus of slaughter. Disgusting." (Related: Danish Prime Minister FLEES like a criminal when confronted with the truth about covid-19 vaccines and mass murder.)
Frederiksen, who first assumed the premiership of the Scandinavian nation in 2019, harbored strong opinions against Danes refusing to get injected with the COVID-19 shot.
Back in November 2021, the Danish prime minister attacked the unvaccinated in her country as she reintroduced vaccine passports. "For all of you who are not vaccinated, [things] are going to become more difficult. And that's also how I think it should be."
"It can't be said clearly enough," she added. "Those of you who [have] not yet been vaccinated, do so."
Frederiksen also blamed a "small group" of unvaccinated people disobeying pandemic mandates "to protect society" for a rise in COVID-19 cases.
"They bear the responsibility for all of the Danish society now. We are a good society, which has got back to a lot of life, which many other countries don't have," she remarked.
"The government stands side by side with just under 90 percent of people who are doing the right thing. The remaining group must not ruin things for the rest."
In response to a question about a possible lockdown, the prime minister dismissed the idea – zooming in on vaccination instead.
"We are considering to a greater degree [than the lockdowns] what we can do to stop the views [the] small group of unvaccinated people have on the vaccine from ruining everything for the vast majority," Frederiksen answered.
But Michael Bang Pedersen, a political professor at Aarhus University, said Frederiksen's strong rhetoric against the unvaccinated did more harm than good.
"The press briefing [by Frederiksen] did more to dig a deeper divide than it did to create reconciliation," he told news agency Ritzau. "We know from research that if you don't have much confidence in authorities – and we know that unvaccinated people don't – this can make you dig your heels in."
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