A journalist and former Good Morning Britain presenter commented on the anti-vax protest in London this week.
Sean Ward, who played Column Logan in the legendary ITV Soap for a year from 2014 to 2015, participated in an anti-vax protest.
The 33-year-old actor was one of the thousands who tried to march through a television studio in London’s Television Center.
Pierce, 56, called Sean a “clown” for participating in protests and calling the people involved “injustice.”
However, the soap actor was able to see the protesters blocking the clash with the police.
He shouted “Stop” to the people involved and heard him sticking out his arms.
Journalists then retweeted clips of protesters and raids.
Next to the video was the original tweet, “Now-Protesting Outside the BBC Television Center in West London.”
The Television Center has ITV shows such as This Morning, Ruth Wimin, and Good Morning Britain for the breakfast show.
Piers retweeted the post and added:
Sean then counterattacked the news journalist’s tweet and replied, “Sorry, what was that pier?!? Awkward?!?”
He then tweeted that the protest crowd were “worried mothers and fathers,” and the actors used emoji to call Peer a “stupid old clown.”
The protest was related to the introduction of vaccine passports and vaccination of children.
It comes because Sean was called to tell his followers not to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
In March, he told 178k Instagram followers to “quit” it, and if they did it, they would be “superspreaders.”
Earlier this week, statistics show that three-quarters of adults in the UK had both Covid jabs.
Meanwhile, the UK is preparing for an autumn booster jab starting next month.
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