A South West MP has slammed “pro-choice” protesters for being “selfish and irresponsible” as they continue to gather in opposition to the State Government’s vaccination mandate. More than 20 people, including children, gathered outside Bunbury MLA Don Punch’s office on Wednesday to protest the Government’s decision to implement mandatory vaccinations for industry workers, claiming their “freedom” had been limited by the move. The disgruntled demonstrators claimed they were “pro-choice” rather than “anti-vax”, with one protester telling the Bunbury Herald they were opposed to the mandate due to “freedom of choice” and human rights as part of the healthcare system. Protesters held signs likening Premier Mark McGowan to infamous nazi leader Adolf Hitler, while others labelled the State leader as a criminal. “Our bodies, our choice, not yours. Mark McHitler, Dictator,” one sign read. “McGowan (sic) crimes, too many to list. Guilty,” said another. Mr Punch, who was in Parliament during the protest, told the Herald he would not bother giving time to the protesters and echoed a similar message to Mr MrGowan when asked about anti-vax and anti-mandate protests. “I am not going to waste my breath talking about people who are selfish and irresponsible and who put themselves ahead of the health of our community,” Mr Punch said. The protest came just days after the Premier was mobbed by angry residents who likened him to a “baby murderer” as they yelled abuse and swarmed his car outside a community cabinet town hall forum in Eaton on November 21. Two Perth men were also last week charged after allegedly threatening to behead Mr McGowan and his children. The week prior, he was forced to close his Rockingham electorate office after he and his staff received death threats. However, Mr McGowan said that the incidents would not alter the Government’s approach.