Matthew Marsden defends decision to lose acting career over COVID jab: ‘I’d be very cowardly’ if I didn’t

Actor Matthew Marson has been criticized by Hollywood for refusing to take a COVID-19 vaccine, but the actor has appeared in action flicks like “Black Hawk Down” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” as well as Amazon’s “Reach” series. Also known for Fox News’ Tucker Carlson stands by his decision to do the right thing.

“I’ve worked with soldiers a lot, and it’s really hard for me to say that it’s a difficult decision to lose your career to stand up for what’s right when they go, and they die, and they lose. Will go. Everything,” he said Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today.”

“To me, it wasn’t. [a difficult decision] Of course I would be a coward if I didn’t,” he added.

Actor Matthew Marsden says he lost role for refusing Covid vaccine: People will have to say ‘enough’

Matthew Marsden attends the world premiere of “Love on the Rock” at Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City on October 13, 2021 in Universal City, California.
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He tells Carlson that his career is trivial and sacrificial, that a career means nothing if “our liberties are taken away.”

“All this is happening because we’re letting it happen,” he warned, adding that “it doesn’t matter who you are, they’re going to come after you… they’re relentless.”

Marsden said he believes that, if more people take a stand against those imposing mandates on others, the laws will stop.

He said that if more people stand up and say something, it will all stop. “We are this great country, the last best hope for the world. It’s not just about this country, it’s about the whole world. I know because I’ve seen it. I know because I’m here. I was dreaming of coming. I am that man.”

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Dr. Manjul Shukla transfers the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine into a syringe, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, at a mobile vaccination clinic in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Dr. Manjul Shukla transfers the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine into a syringe, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, at a mobile vaccination clinic in Worcester, Massachusetts.
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The 49-year-old English-American actor, who has been a vocal critic of Hollywood’s strict COVID vaccine restrictions, lost the role after submitting a religious exemption that was rejected.

He spoke with Tucker Carlson about hypocrisy and injustice in Hollywood while appearing on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” in December.

“I was offered a job… and they said there’s still a requirement that you get vaccinated. I told them I wasn’t vaccinated, and I Religious exemptions submittedand it was, of course, dismissed and that was it,” he said.

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“I couldn’t become a citizen of this country to have my First Amendment rights and my Second Amendment rights. [taken away]… I have to worry about lying about something like a vaccine, I think it’s an invasion of privacy. I don’t think it’s right,” he added.

Marsden also told Carlson that there has to be a point when people say “enough” to facilitate change.

To watch Marsden’s full interview with Carlson, Stream the latest episode. of “Tucker Carlson Today” on Fox Nation.

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