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WATCH: Candace Owens Says Media Reported Unfairly On Her “Invade Australia” Speech

WATCH: Candace Owens Says Media Reported Unfairly On Her “Invade Australia” Speech

As COVID-19 restrictions in Australia begin to ease, Candace Owens has weighed in, with a six-minute monologue asking how Australia is any better than the Taliban, and asking when the United States government will invade Australia to free the people from the ‘tyranny’ of pandemic precautions. However, when the declaration got the predictable attention, Owens released a new video, complaining that she’d been misrepresented.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 08: Candace Owens is seen on set of “Candace” on October 08, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. The show will air on Wednesday, October 13th. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images)

As reported last week, in the original monologue Owens demands to know when the U.S. will invade Australia and free people from the lockdown and restrictions. She lists off the restrictions that she thinks are excessive, including rules about how many people can attend a gathering, and how citizens are restricted from traveling between states, and declares it a state of tyranny.

Now she’s released an angry video, scolding “the media” for focusing on her invasion suggestion, and for the fact that many social media users picked up on the headline but didn’t listen to her entire speech. She feels that this is an attack on her credibility, and misrepresents her to social skimmers.

She declares the full six minutes to be “so hard-hitting that actual educated people…say this is a very powerful monologue” and claims that it’s being deliberately suppressed to control her reach.

You can see it via the Daily Wire below:

“Of course, I ask [when the U.S. will invade Australia] in jest, because we all know the real answer,” Owens follows up, declaring, “What’s happening under the guise of this virus” to be “a replay of the early ambitions of Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Fidel Castro, and Hugo Chavez.”

While “invade Australia” was a real headline-grabber, Owens’ claims that these restrictions are the equivalent of Taliban rule (which included assaults on young girls who attempted to attend school), her declaration that the need to “slow the spread” is “fictitious,” and that only Republican governors are preventing the same “totalitarianism” from taking hold in the U.S. are also pretty egregious.

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