Covid-19 conspiracy theorist Lizzy Rose, Bunnings Karen, on Sea FM breakfast ...

Covid-19 conspiracy theorist Lizzy Rose, Bunnings Karen, on Sea FM breakfast ...
Covid-19 conspiracy theorist Lizzy Rose, Bunnings Karen, on Sea FM breakfast ...

A Covid conspiracy theorist and exorcist who cast a 'hex' on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to remove him from office has been allowed 45 minutes on a major breakfast radio show to spout her bizarre beliefs.

Elizabeth 'Lizzy' Rose, popularly known as 'Bunnings Karen' after her viral video of last year, was a guest on Sea FM last Thursday - a Gold Coast station owned by Southern Cross Austereo, which runs 99 major frequencies around the nation including Triple M and 2Day FM.

The mother-of-five was invited to speak with hosts Bianca Dye, Dan Anstey and Ben Hannant on the program 'Unpopular Opinion: Covid Is A Conspiracy, Do Not Get Vaccinated' where she energetically laid out her belief that Covid-19 is an evil plan devised by shadowy world leaders.

'It's a takeover of humans,' she confidently told listeners.

'A depopulation and a takeover of who is left and it all comes down to money, power and transforming everybody into a digital system.'

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Elizabeth 'Lizzy' Rose (pictured) claims she saw Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews pick up a crate of microchips

Elizabeth 'Lizzy' Rose (pictured) claims she saw Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews pick up a crate of microchips

Throughout the interview, Rose repeatedly asserted her wacky views are 'facts' rather than conspiracy theories.

She also claimed to have 10 litres of lambs blood on-hand to hex another politician - 'we're thinking [Brad] Hazzard,' she added, referring to the NSW Health Minister.

According to Rose's imaginative theories, authorities plan on injecting microchips in to people via vaccinations so they can be controlled, and even claimed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews was playing a very hands-on role.

'I was at Tullamarine Airport last year and witnessed the microchips roll off the plane with Daniel Andrews waiting at 3am in the morning.'

'I get very passionate about this because it riles me up.

'Why do you need, as a premier, to go down to the Melbourne Airport at 3am to get a secret load of cargo that came off the plane, which were the microchips?'

Lizzy Rose hams it up while dressed as a Viking Queen. She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she ran into trouble at her local Bunnings last year

Lizzy Rose hams it up while dressed as a Viking Queen. She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she ran into trouble at her local Bunnings last year 

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Rose was a guest on Sea FM last Thursday. Pictured: Hosts Bianca Dye, Dan Anstey (left) and Ben Hannant (right)

Rose was a guest on Sea FM last Thursday. Pictured: Hosts Bianca Dye, Dan Anstey (left) and Ben Hannant (right)

When asked how she knew the crates she saw contained microchips, Rose was silent for a few seconds before saying: 'Yeah, we've seen the footage we've got lots of proof and intel of this, and lots more to come.'

'This is not a conspiracy theory - these are facts.'

Rose also claimed to have confronted the Victorian premier - who she is considering cursing again 'to make the situation more permanent' after he suffered a serious back injury earlier this year - and was intent on exposing his 'plan'.

'I actually approached Daniel Andrews about this last year and said to him in person, "it is time that you tell the Australian people what you're going to do to our public",' she told listeners.

'Instead of being alarmed by that, he smiled and winked and whispered in my ear "good luck Lizzy Rose" and walked off.'

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Daniel Andrews about Rose's bizarre claims.  

Rose, who has five children, claims she is a witch and inherited her powers from her grandmother

Rose, who has five children, claims she is a witch and inherited her powers from her grandmother

When she's not casting spells, Ms Rose (above) traipses around Melbourne suburbs without a mask on, in a reckless defiance to public health laws

When she's not casting spells, Ms Rose (above) traipses around Melbourne suburbs without a mask on, in a reckless defiance to public health laws 

In another outrageous claim, Rose said she had stood in virus hotspots and 'tried' to contract Covid but that 'it's impossible'. 

The hosts periodically questioned her beliefs and asked how she came by so-called 'secret' intel that the vaccine was created to force the population into compliance.

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