Sounds like one of America’s hottest hits is climbing the international charts.
Thousands of Italian protestors hit the streets of Rome to push back on the new “Green Pass” vaccination requirement for employees to enter their places of work.
“The certification is mandatory beginning on Oct. 15 and applies to public and private workplaces. Both employees and employers risk fines if they don’t comply. Public sector workers can be suspended if they show up five times without a Green Pass. The pass is already required in Italy to enter museums, theaters, gyms and indoor restaurants, as well as to take long-distance trains and buses or domestic flights,” AP reports.
The protestors’ march against “Green Pass” coincided with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Rome and, while passing the American embassy, the chants took on a slightly different tone.
“Somehow Romans decided to add [“F–K Joe] Biden into their chants…At one point, Italian security officials had to take Pelosi and her husband out of a Mass in Rome’s St. Patrick’s Church, the Daily Wire reports.