Former Australian UFC fighter Vik Grujic has launched another attack on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over the state’s new coronavirus advertising campaign.
Grujic’s latest tweet comes after a series of bizarre Instagram posts where he also claims the coronavirus is a hoax and stage four lockdowns in Melbourne are simply a case of government propaganda. He has deleted a post in which he said “evil thrives” in Melbourne and retweeted a petition to end Victoria’s lockdown.
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Grujic, who last fought in the UFC in 2017, posted on Twitter Monday night that Andrews will “pay a heavy price for your betrayal and crimes”.
This virus is wicked.
It doesn't discriminate. It does not stop.
And young or old – its impacts are brutal and potentially life-long.
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The only thing wicked is you.
You are evil.
You will pay a heavy price for your betrayal and crimes.
Human rights violations.
Answer to no one.
State funded propoganda through the vile and corrupt #MSM.
Retribution is coming.
Grujic was on Monday night responding to tweets from Andrews who shared one of the confronting stories that the state government is publicising as part of an attempt to urge Victorian people to stay at home during stage four coronavirus restrictions.
The new ads were unveiled on Monday and tell the confronting stories of people who caught the virus, including middle-aged woman June who thought she would die.
Mr Andrews said the advertisements would be broadcast on “every conceivable platform”.
He also said a “larger proportion” of Victorian communities were doing the right thing, compared to two weeks ago, but urged Victorians to not become complacent.
“This is a wicked enemy and it will do everything it can to wear u down and that’s where flourishes, when we let our guard down.”
I'm down. pic.twitter.com/i7eKwcpeuj
Grujic responded to the story with another threat towards Andrews.
“The only thing wicked is you,” he posted on Twitter.
“You are evil. You will pay a heavy price for your betrayal and crimes. Human rights violations.
“Answer to no one. State funded propoganda through the vile and corrupt #MSM. Retribution is coming.”
It isn’t the first time Grujic has taken aim at Andrews, calling for him to resign repeatedly while also claiming the coronavirus pandemic is a hoax.
“Fake plandemic is a hoax. An attempt from the Marxist text book to destroy our way of life,” he posted on Twitter last month.
“@DanielAndrewsMP and the #MSM are working over time. You will fail miserably and all be held accountable for these crimes against humanity. #resignDanAndrews.”
Grujic earlier this month took to Instagram and Twitter to brand Andrews a “dictator”.
“That’s right. This man goes unchallenged because the rest of you live in fear and we all get dragged into the abyss with you,” he wrote.
“He has to go……#resignDanAndrews #democracy #NoMasks #propoganda.”
Our empty streets in Melbourne.
Communism reigns supreme. #PoliceState
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Grujic last month made a high-profile stand against wearing masks in Victoria after they were made mandatory for any Melbourne residents who leave their home.
It was announced on June 19 that anyone in Greater Melbourne or Mitchell Shire caught without a mask or face covering would be fined $200.
Grujic, however, said he will refuse to wear a mask.
To show just how serious he was in his fight against the government, Grujic tweeted at Daniel Andrews and tagged him in his message.
“I will not wear a mask. I will not pay a fine. I will not comply. I will not bow down to you.
Whatever you’re next set of demands are, I will not comply to either,” he tweeted.
“I’m a proud Australian. Born free. Nothing will take that away from me.
Australian Vic Grujic in the UFC.Source:News Corp Australia
Grujic fought professionally 12 times in MMA, making three appearances in the UFC, ending his career with a 6-6 record.
He went 1-3 in the UFC and lost his last three professional fights, the last of which came in January 2017.
Victoria recorded 322 new infections overnight, but tragically it marked the state’s deadliest day with 19 people succumbing to the wildly infectious disease.
Fourteen of the 19 people were linked to the state’s plagued aged-care system.
A man in his 50s, a woman in her 60s, two men in their 70s, one man and six women in their 80s and one man and seven women in their 90s all died, taking the state’s death toll to 228.
A total of 647 Victorians are in hospital, with 47 in intensive care.
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