Covid Anti-Vaxxer and Denier Deathwatch - No gloating, just truth

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8 hours ago, AlexTr said:

 

interestingly, it was only a few years ago when Illinois state police wanted her to stop putting up Bernie Sanders supporting signs on highway overpasses. 

 

condolences from Michael Flynn per Chicago Sun Times:  Michael Flynn, Trump’s disgraced former national security adviser who Wolski credited as a hero, called her “a patriot of the highest order, a blossom of truth in the field of fight that we find ourselves engaged in.”

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Bob Enyart, conservative firebrand and pastor, dies of COVID-19

 

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Conservative firebrand Bob Enyart, the pastor of the Denver Bible Church and indelible talk show host, has died from COVID-19, his radio co-host announced Monday on Facebook.

 

 

Bob Enyart was one of the smartest, and without question, the wisest person I’ve known,” Fred Williams, Enyart’s co-host on the Real Science Radio show, said in a post.

Enyart and his wife refused to get the vaccine due to abortion concerns, he said on his website.

In October, Enyart successfully sued the state over mask mandates and capacity limits in churches, a rare legal victory against broad public health mandates instituted during the pandemic.

Pushing the limits never bothered Enyart.

He once traveled to New Zealand for the sole purpose of being arrested with a “Clinton is a Rapist” banner, according to a 1999 Westword profile.

On his old TV show, Bob Enyart Live, the host would “gleefully read obituaries of AIDS sufferers while cranking ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ by Queen,” Westword reported.

 

 

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8 hours ago, DoubleDTown said:

 

interestingly, it was only a few years ago when Illinois state police wanted her to stop putting up Bernie Sanders supporting signs on highway overpasses. 

 

 

Well, nobody had to tell me that rabid Berners are proof that Horseshoe Theory is valid. Dumb one way likely means dumb another way.

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Avi, brother of popular social media anti-vaccine Hai Shaulian, who died on September 13 from coronavirus, urged all like-minded people of the deceased to get vaccinated immediately. Speaking on Tuesday, September 14, on the air of the radio station "Reshet-bet", Avi Shaulian said: "All opponents (of vaccinations) and all his followers - save yourself and get vaccinated."
 
According to Avi Shaulian, "the whole family is shocked by Hai's death." “We grieve and do not know how to cope with this grief. Huy has always lived and acted on the principle of love your neighbor as yourself. I consider it my duty to ask people who have not yet been vaccinated to get vaccinated immediately. Save your lives and the lives of those who are dear to you. people, "he added.
Shaulian also said that Huy was a staunch anti-vaccine and denier of the green standard ( tav bright ), but he did not deny the disease itself. He believed that the vaccine had not been sufficiently researched, and the consequences could be catastrophic for the body.

 

https://www.vesty.co.il/main/article/rjvls6azt

 

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One of Israel’s top anti-vaxx activists has reportedly died of COVID-19 two days after posting a final message to his followers that ordered them to “keep fighting” against the shot that could have saved his life.

Hai Shaulian, who was 57, has spent the pandemic organizing protests against the coronavirus rules—including Israel’s vaccine passport scheme, the Green Pass. According to the Jerusalem Post, he lost his life to COVID-19 on Monday morning after spending one week in hospital...

 

 

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On 9/2/2021, 5:07:31, AlexTr said:

left behind girlfriends and wives with kids or pregnant about to give birth and they did not even care that this was the risk they were taking

 

or maybe that was the reason they took the risk.

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‘Alabama Pickers’ YouTuber Couple Hawking Vaccine Skepticism Both Die of COVID

 

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Two Alabama YouTubers who became known for online resale tips and vaccine denialism have both died of COVID-19. Tristan Graham succumbed to the virus three weeks ago in Huntsville, and Dusty Graham died Thursday, according to the GoFundMe page operated by their children. In one of the final videos on their now-deleted channel, “We are ALIVE and still Reselling on eBay,” the couple discussed why they would never get immunized.

 

Dusty said, “I’ve got my own passport. It’s called the ‘Bill of Rights.’ I think this will be all behind us in a couple of years.” The couple blogged under the moniker “Alabama Pickers” about the best ways to resell secondhand items on eBay.

 

Well, this is the obvious result of knowing your rights and omitting your responsibilities. 

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Anti-Mask Florida Official Dies of COVID—and Takes GOP Software Secrets With Him

 

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Just a day after testing positive for COVID-19, a Florida Republican official who battled against mask mandates, attacked the vaccine, and railed at CDC officials has died in Tampa.

 

Gregg Prentice, who was 61, led the Hillsborough County Election Integrity Committee—and his sudden death has sent the local GOP scrambling as it no longer has access to essential campaign finance software without his help.

In a Sept. 14 letter to the Federal Election Commission, the Hillsborough County Republican Executive Committee reported it might not be able to file its monthly financial reports as required—because only Prentice knew how to do it.

“Gregg’s software converted data from our Quickbooks software to supply the information needed by the FEC,” it states. “Unfortunately, Gregg passed away suddenly from Covid-19 on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021. Gregg did not share the software and instructions with our officers. We will have to enter the August data manually, and according to the information we have received from our FEC analyst, Scott Bennett, we may likely have to re-enter the data from our first 7 months of 2021.

 

“We will be struggling to get all of this entered in the proper format by our deadline on Sept. 20, but we will try to do so with our best effort.”

 

Along with others in the Hillsborough County Election Integrity Committee, Prentice was a vociferous critic of the vaccine, mask mandates, and COVID-prevention measures. He railed against top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, vowing in a Twitter post to “end Faucism.” He also insisted the U.S. needs “more socialist distancing than we do social distancing” and that the pandemic was created to destroy small businesses.

 

A spokesperson for the Hillsborough Republican Executive Committee has reportedly said that Prentice’s wife and daughter have also caught COVID-19.

 

Meanwhile, as the local party reels, Prentice’s associates have spread their own wild conspiracy theories—presented without evidence—on how the official died.

 

Friend Jason Kimball blames Tampa General Hospital for the 61-year-old’s death, alleging staff “illegally intubated” Prentice the day before he died. During a Sept. 13 Tampa City Council meeting, Kimball requested an investigation be launched. However, members of the City Council denied any wrongdoing or mistreatment from the hospital.

 

“My public comments are really going to be about Tampa General Hospital,” Kimball said at the council meeting. “There’s a dire situation going on right now... that I don’t think anyone is aware of, and I have firsthand knowledge of it. They’re intubating everyone entering Tampa General Hospital as a first line of action. They’re using fatality-treatment protocol, and I think that the city council really needs to do an investigation... They’re intubating people illegally... When you call 911 and you go to that hospital, you’re going into a bad situation.”

 

Councilman John Dingfelder quickly shut down Kimball’s comment, blasting it as “dangerous.”

 

“Though we respect the First Amendment rights from everybody who calls in... I think it’s an extremely dangerous comment to be spreading to the community that they shouldn’t go to Tampa General Hospital... [It] is the top one or two hospitals in this community... There’s no finer place. Doctors and staff are dedicated to saving lives, and if I was sick with COVID... I would go to Tampa General Hospital,” the Democrat representing Tampa’s Third District said.

After praising the medical center, Dingfelder went back to bashing Kimball’s remarks: “That was a very dangerous comment from that individual... People listen to ridiculous comments without doing the right research.”

 

Other council members chimed in, agreeing with Dingfelder.

That hasn’t stopped Kimball from speaking out on Facebook, where he’s continued to perpetuate the myth that COVID-19 is a “medically engineered virus.”

 

Kimball has acknowledged that he is not a doctor. A LinkedIn profile using Kimball’s name and picture lists him as a pharmacy technician at Walmart. He previously worked at South Lake Pharmacy in Zephyrhills, Florida.

 

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