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Guitar wiz Eric Clapton won’t bring his ax to venues that require the vax.

Drawing from his own experience — an AstraZeneca shot he described as “disastrous” — the “Tears in Heaven” singer stated that he took exception to English Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision that unvaccinated people would not be allowed inside English clubs and music venues.

“Following the PM’s announcement on Monday the 19th of July 2021 I feel honour bound to make an announcement of my own: I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present,” Clapton said in a statement posted to his friend Robin Monotti’s Telegram account. “Unless there is provision made for all people to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show. Eric Clapton.”

Monotti, an architect and filmmaker who’s skeptical about COVID vaccines, also used his social media to share Clapton’s message in May regarding the 76-year-old musician’s experience after being inoculated. Clapton claimed the first dose made him sick, and the second jab was worse.

“The reactions were disastrous,” he recalled. “My hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning, and pretty much useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again.”

Clapton said he was hesitant about getting a vaccination shot on account of suffering from the neurological disorder peripheral neuropathy “But the propaganda said the vaccine was safe for everyone.” . . .

The World Health Organization acknowledged in March that it’s not unusual to hear about and investigate “potential adverse events” following immunizations — some occurrences could be a reaction to the vaccine, while others may have no relation. It’s unclear what happened in Clapton’s case.

The WHO said at the time that “the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine outweigh its risks and recommends that vaccinations continue.”

Fans wanting to see “Springsteen on Broadway” were initially informed AstraZeneca vaccinations would not cut muster for fans wanting to see Bruce Springsteen perform. That decision was reversed after the governor gave the OK for people who had received either FDA or WHO approved vaccines to attend live indoor events.

What are your thoughts on Clapton not performing in stadiums that discriminate non-vaxxed people? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

(Excerpt Daily News. Article written by Brian Niemietz. Photo by IStock)

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July 26, 2021

Good for him.

Sounds like critical thinking to me-making an informed decision.👍

Precious Lord and Heavely Father, continue to open folks’ eyes. And give the gospel messagd freecourse in America and abroad. In Jesus name

Laura K
July 26, 2021

Good for you Eric. We are being dictated to on all levels as if we are a herd of cattle. Whatever happened to ‘We the people’ whether in this country or others where leadership is democratically elected.

Father, I ask You to rebuke that spirit of control and dictatorship in the name of Jesus. I stand against the wiles of the enemy over our lives and plead the blood covering of protection. Raise up Your people to stand strong in the face of everything that is against You and Your word. Open all eyes that we may see the truth of those things that are happening and surrounding us daily.


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