Index - Domestic - János Lázár: He calls us vile, sick animals, everyone has the right to die

Government Commissioner János Lázár held his online meeting on the tram train on Wednesday night due to the coronavirus epidemic, which will run between Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely at the end of November.

He spoke at the online forum about tram-traine and then responded to questions from viewers of the broadcast. However, some of the questions did not focus primarily on the railway tram, and János Lázár was surprisingly easy to wander between the topics.

Thus, for example, he spoke several times about Péter Márki-Zay, about whom he stated that he would certainly not win the district where János Lázár is the Member of Parliament, but also said that he only has the mayor of Hódmezővásárhely on paper, because Péter Márki-Zay wants to lead the country. , and then even the globe.

János Lázár also pointed out that they have a lot of questions about the results in Hódmezővásárhely, but they have no answer that any progress has been made in the last three years.

We’re also looking for results and positive change, but we can’t find it yet

– János Lázár spoke about Péter Márki-Zay’s activities in Hódmezővásárhely, accompanied by a mocking smile.

One spectator overthrew the government commissioner after asking how Lazarus could tram when the interrogator was vegan.

This is where the tram-train and Covid come together, a huge intellectual achievement

– János Lázár responded, then continued reading, which revealed that the speaker is anti-vaccinating, because he thinks everyone is vaccinated with poisoning, while there is no pandemic, only poisoning, and people are crippled by vaccination.

He calls us vile, sick animals who are in favor of vaccination. I believe that one is free to risk one’s own life, this is undoubtedly true, so everyone has the right to be stupid and everyone has the right to die.

– János Lázár withdrew completely from the tram train, concluding with the idea that whoever takes the vaccine will help us to overcome it as soon as possible, and by putting this period together, it is true, we will survive together.


(Cover image: János Lázár on January 18, 2021. Photo: Zsolt Szigetváry / MTI)

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