Every day for the last couple of months we’ve been seeing more and more stories about proud, patriotic, mask-hating idiots following the herd over the COVID cliff. This, folks, is why it’s a death cult. It’s as if they’re wanting to get sick, hoping to die…and for what? Some kind of fucked-up martyrdom? A last middle-finger to reason and common sense (and the evil commie libs)? Or is it just a stubborn unwillingness to admit they’re wrong when the corpses begin to pile up around them? We’ll probably never know.
What we do know is that these people are taking up valuable space in hospitals, and those needing immediate attention for injuries or other non-COVID ailments aren’t able to get treatment. Some are dying as a result. That’s why I have zero sympathy for the willfully ignorant who put themselves and everyone around them at risk.
This guy was clutching a photo of Trump on his deathbed. Sooooo…the cognitive test wasn’t going so well, then?
“Every day in ICU, they give me a cognitive test asking me various questions as to date, where am I, etc,” Stutts posted on August 4, along with a picture of himself and Trump. “They always ask who the President is and I keep telling them the President is STILL Donald J. Trump! Not going to let them fool me with that poser named Joe. Nosirree!”
This guy’s wife died from the virus, and he’s probably the one who brought it home to her. He’s anti-mask, anti-vaccine, and I 100% guarantee he’s also pro-Trump and considers himself a righteous Christian. Not a very pro-life stance, is it?
A Republican legislator in Maine who lost his wife to COVID-19 last week appeared at a rally on Tuesday that featured a GOP colleague who compared the state’s Democratic governor to a Nazi doctor who performed deadly experiments on Jews during the Holocaust.
Here’s another one who thought he could beat the virus with “natural” means, including livestock medication. He distrusts actual scientists who developed a vaccine that’s been proven to keep people alive, but noooo… he’d rather put his trust in bullshit pseudoscience (as recommended by Fox News and InfoWars). He had 3 kids and a wife who’s expecting another one. And now he’s fucking dead.
Jessica Wallace told the newspaper that her husband initially refused to be tested and took unproven home remedies for the virus, including high doses of Vitamin C, zinc, aspirin, and ivermectin — a deworming treatment commonly given to livestock. Poison control centers are being swamped with calls from people suffering ill effects from ivermectin, and the Food and Drug Administration has issued alerts against ingesting the drug.
His wife also said something interesting in this story:
She emphasized that “whether he was a hardcore conservative or not, he was an amazing man.”
Doesn’t sound that amazing to me. Precisely because he was a hardcore conservative, he stepped right in front of the COVID train and practically dragged his whole family along with him. It’s a miracle his wife or kids haven’t died from it (yet). Sounds like the actions of a selfish asshole, but that’s just me.
Ah yes, it’s becoming an all-too-familiar story: Christian radio guy spews conspiracies and other nonsense, Chriustian radio guy catches the virus, Christian radio guy keels over and dies to the surprise of no one.
In February, DeYoung published an interview promoting the conspiracy theories that the Pfizer vaccine would make women sterile and that world governments were using the virus and vaccine to centralize power. DeYoung’s guest at the time, Sam Rohrer, said that very few people who were infected lost their lives, calling the vaccine only a “purported solution” and “not truly a vaccine.” Both host and guest encouraged listeners to read conspiracy-minded materials on the coronavirus vaccine, with DeYoung asking, “Could this vaccine be another form of government control of the people?”
On his Facebook page someone actually calls him “a Child of the Most High God, a great man of great intellect, a great historian of Bible history, an expert on the Middle East, an expert on Bible Prophecy, a hilariously funny man if you knew him, and a very kind and loving person who faithfully shared the Gospel.” I’d rather call him a selfish prick who endangered his listeners by spreading lies and willful ignorance in the guise of Christian teachings. But again, that’s just me.
This one is truly special because it has a sci-fi angle!
Burke lamented the fact that shaking hands was being done less frequently to stop the spread of covid-19, and made perhaps his most strange claim when he said people would try to implant a microchip during vaccination against coronavirus, during the Rome Life Forum in May of 2020. “There is a certain movement to insist that now everyone must be vaccinated against the coronavirus covid-19 and even that a kind of microchip needs to be placed under the skin of every person so that at any moment he or she can be controlled regarding health and regarding other matters, which we can only imagine as a possible object of control by the state,” Burke said.
And of course there is a “certain movement” to ensure everyone gets the vaccine…because until that happens, we’re gonna keep having these lockdowns and mask requirements that y’all hate so much. Fucking moron. I’ve read some more about this Cardinal and he sounds like a genuine Trumpian whackjob.