Influencer Tanja Gacic shares her anti-vax views and strong support for ‘Freedom Day’ protests

Influencer Tanja Gacic has caused a stir in the fashion industry due to her anti-vax stance. 

The Sydney-based blogger revealed in a series of posts to her Instagram Stories and personal blog that she supported the ‘Freedom Day’ Protests, which are rallying against lockdowns and vaccine mandates, reports Confidential. 

Tanja attended the protest in Sydney over the weekend and posted a photo from the rally with a caption that clarified her views. 

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Controversial: Influencer Tanja Gacic has shaken up the fashion industry after sharing her anti-vax views and strong support for the ‘Freedom Day’ protests 

‘I’m proud to be here, with the people, opposing totalitarian government overreach,’ she wrote in one of the posts.  

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The fashion influencer states in the caption that she comes from a ‘line of anti fascist warriors’ as she lists factors she feels are contributing to ‘fascism’ in Australia.

‘Current state proposed legislation changes, obscuring and manipulation of data and information, media propaganda, Pfeizergate (sic), ignoring and minimising human rights in courts and attempts at unprecedented emergency powers by some of our leaders are exactly how fascism operated,’ she wrote. 

‘I’m proud to be here, with the people, opposing totalitarian government overreach’: Tanja attended the protest in Sydney over the weekend and posted a photo from the rally with a caption that clarified her views

‘This is the hill I die on – democracy or bust,’ she added.

In the posts, Gacic also referred to herself as a ‘citizen journalist’.  

The My Empirical Life blogger has been a strong advocate against mandatory vaccination for months, according to posts she had shared on her social media channels.   

Two high profile publicity agents have since cut ties with the influencer due to her controversial views.

Result: Two high profile publicity agents have since cut ties with the influencer due to her controversial views

She is currently represented by Chic Digital Creative, who affirm the blogger will remain with the agency at this time.

Earlier this week, Gacic shared a copy of the Nuremberg Code, which is a set of rules created after WWII to address human medical experimentation, to her account to further argue her point about freedom. 

‘This is a hugely personal issue to me because many of my ancestors died to have these human rights enshrined into universal human law – codes like these transformed our societies from dictatorships and totalitarianisms into democracies,’ she captioned the post. 

Adding fuel to the fire: Earlier this week, Gacic published a copy of the Nuremberg Code, a set of rules created after WWII to address human medical experimentation, to her account to further argue her point about freedom

She later added: ‘If it’s #mybodymychoice then it’s always that, no matter what. Bodily autonomy rights shouldn’t even be something up for discussion in the 21st century.’

‘Say it with me: Segregation and medical apartheid is never ok #unity #unityindiversity.’ 

Gacic has 40,000 followers on Instagram and promotes several well-known brands including Bianca Spender, Outland Denim, OPSM, P.E. Nation, Herbal Essence, and Alice McCall.

She is also the creator of the blog, My Empirical Life.   

Career: Gacic has 40,000 followers on Instagram and promotes several well-known brands including Bianca Spender, Outland Denim, OPSM, P.E. Nation, Herbal Essence, and Alice McCall

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