...By Solomon Thomas for TDPel Media.
Andrew Pierce, a GB News presenter, has warned that animal rights protesters may pose a significant threat to the smooth operation of King Charles III’s Coronation.
He made the statement as protest group Animal Rising prepares to sabotage the Grand National, which will be held on April 15.
Pierce stated that the “irritating” group could have their eye on another major event to scupper, suggesting King Charles’s Coronation could be targeted.
The event will see the monarch and his wife, Camilla, crowned as King and Queen, and is set to take place on May 6.
Pierce questioned what the police would do, suggesting that they might be all “woke” like they are with Extinction Rebellion protesters.
He also noted that the activists would be banning equestrianism, show jumping, and every aspect of the sport.
A spokesman for the group, Ben Newman, unveiled the plans on GB News, calling on fellow animal lovers to join in.
The group hopes to stop the Grand National race, and will be using their bodies to disrupt the event.
Animal Rising may target the King’s Coronation if they are successful in their attempts to disrupt the Grand National, Pierce warned.
The historic event is already a security headache for royal authorities after controversial figure Prince Harry announced his intention to attend.
The King’s second son is taking legal action against the Home Office over his security arrangements in the UK.
If protesters target King Charles’s Coronation, it could present a threat to the smooth running of the ceremony, which is a major event.
While the public has the right to protest, authorities must ensure that they are able to protect important events and those in attendance.
It remains to be seen what measures the police and security personnel will take to prevent disruption, and how successful protesters may be in their attempts to disrupt the ceremony.