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Anti-Vax Radio Hosts Keep Dying From COVID  

By Caleb Ecarma

SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 1:28 PM

Conservative radio hosts all across America are losing their lives for the cause.  In the past month alone, five talk radio personalities who were vocal COVID-19-deniers, anti-vaxxers, or anti-maskers have all died after contracting the virus.  Most recently was WNDB’s Marc Bernier, a late Daytona, Florida, talk radio host who dubbed himself “Mr. Anti-Vax” in December while assuring his listeners “I’m not taking it.” True to his word, Bernier contracted COVID-19 roughly three weeks ago and his death was announced over the weekend by his radio station––which had awkwardly acknowledged his on-air “anti-vaccine” commentary just before his passing. (WNDB was contacted for clarification regarding its COVID-19 safety policies but the station did not respond.)

Though it might be assumed some right-wing media figures are simply feeding into the anti-vax frenzy to gin up outrage and ratings, the spate of recent deaths makes clear that, for a number of them, opposition to safe, effective vaccines and other pandemic mitigation efforts isn’t just talk. Such radio rants against efforts to stop the pandemic come as Republican men, a large segment of the talk radio audience, have been shown to be particularly resistant to getting vaccinated.
 On August 4, Newsmax fill-in host and longtime conservative talker Dick Farrel died from a “severe damage” from COVID-19 after 

spending the last weeks of his life
claiming that the vaccine is “Bogus Bull [Shit],” referring to the pandemic as a “SCAM DEMIC,” and suggesting that the delta variant is an elaborate ruse orchestrated by Anthony Fauci to keep Americans fearing for their lives. “Why take a vax promoted by people who lied [to you] all along about masks, where the virus came from and the death toll?” he wrote in a July 3 Facebook post. Upon contracting the virus, Farrel was suddenly not willing to die for his previously held convictions, as one of his close friends, Amy Leigh Hair, claimed that he encouraged her to get the shot shortly before his death, saying that COVID-19 “is no joke and then he said: ‘I wish I had gotten [vaccinated]!’”

But instead of taking scientifically backed precautions beforehand, Farrel opted to ask his Facebook followers if “hydroxychloroquine from Canada” is safe in early July after stating, “When a gubberment denies u access to HCQ [it’s] obvious they want you dead.”  It appears that Farrel was convinced that masks and vaccines weren’t saving Democratic politicians––or “dummy craps,” as he called them––from COVID-19, but rather that they had access to hydroxychloroquine while banning others from taking it.  In a statement to the Post, a Newsmax spokesperson noted that Farrel “was a popular radio host in Florida and always a friend of Newsmax. We mourn his passing and hope everyone can learn from his unnecessary death the importance of getting vaccinated.” 

On August 11, Tod Tucker, a pro-Trump radio programmer, died “following the onset of viral pneumonia as the result of COVID-19,” according to his employer.  Tucker had previously mocked the idea of receiving the vaccine, allegedly writing in a March Facebook post, “Please stop bragging that you got your COVID vaccine.  What do you want us to say? ‘Congratulations lab rat?!’”  Within days of Tucker’s death, religious radio host Jimmy DeYoung Sr. was hospitalized for COVID-19 and died not long after, according to the Daily Beast. In February, DeYoung told his listeners that the COVID-19 vaccine could “be another form of government control of the people” during a segment on his show in which he and his guest regurgitated conspiracy theories about Pfizer using the vaccine to commit mass sterilization.

Nashville talk radio host and vaccine skeptic Phil Valentine allegedly expressed regrets after being hospitalized with COVID-19. In a blog post, Valentine had advised those who are not in the “high-risk” demo to not get the vaccine, and bet that his odds of dying from COVID-19 were “way less than one percent.”  But in late July, Valentine found himself in a “very serious condition, suffering from COVID pneumonia” and suddenly reversed his stance on vaccines, according to his family members.  “Phil would like for his listeners to know that while he has never been an ‘anti-vaxer’ he regrets not being more vehemently ‘pro-vaccine,’” his radio station 99.7 WTN 
shared in a statement.  “[He] looks forward to being able to more vigorously advocate that position as soon as he is back on the air, which we all hope will be soon.”  On August 21, Valentine’s employer announced that he had passed away.
Interestingly, Cumulus Media, which owns the station that Valentine worked for, quietly issued a company-wide vaccine mandate less than two weeks after Valentine’s COVID-19 diagnosis captured national attention, according to RBR+TVBR.  On August 11, Cumulus CEO Mary Berner stated in a video message to all employees that everyone who works in Cumulus Media’s corporate offices must be fully vaccinated by October 11.  However, it is unclear if this mandate applies to the group’s local stations like WTN. Berner has not discussed the mandate in public statements and a Cumulus spokesperson told RBR+TVBR last month that “The company is not commenting” publicly. Neither Cumulus Media nor WTN replied to requests for comment regarding employee vaccine requirements.

Over the weekend, Joe Rogan, another professional talker who has suggested that his listeners, if young and healthy, should not get vaccinated, contracted COVID-19. On Wednesday, the podcaster, who hosts The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify, shared an Instagram video detailing his experience, during which he acknowledged turning to an unproven treatment regimen that the FDA and CDC have strongly advised against.  “We immediately threw the kitchen sink at it. All kinds of meds," explained Rogan, while failing to say whether or not he is vaccinated.  “Monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-Pak, prednisone, everything.  And I also got an NAD drip and a vitamin drip.” Ivermectin, a drug commonly sold as a livestock dewormer, has “made some people very sick,” the FDA recently warned in response to the wave of Americans who have used it in misguided attempts to treat COVID-19.  “Treating human medical conditions with veterinary drugs can be very dangerous,” the agency continued.  “The drug may not work at all, or it could worsen the illness and/or lead to serious, potentially life-threatening health complications.”  In the spring, Rogan was rebuked by Fauci for advising young people against getting the COVID-19 vaccine.  “If you’re like 21 years old, and you say to me, ‘Should I get vaccinated?’  I’ll go, ‘No,’” Rogan said on an April episode of his podcast:  “If you’re a healthy person and you’re exercising all the time and you’re young and you’re eating well, I don’t think you need to worry about this.”

Elsewhere in the conservative-radio world, Erick Erickson, who hosts a nationally syndicated talk show out of Atlanta, condemned the National Religious Broadcasters for firing its spokesperson, Daniel Darling, after he appeared on MSNBC to advocate for evangelicals to get vaccinated.  “For [the National Religious Broadcasters] to fire Dan for reasonable advocacy of vaccinations is a pretty damning indictment on the organization,” Erickson 
wrote in an August tweet.  He has also called on anti-vaxxers within the religious community to stop pushing disinformation, writing on 
Twitter, “If you publicly identify yourself as a Christian and say the vaccine doesn’t work, you need to repent for lying. I don’t care whether you get the vaccine or not, but lying about it is sinful.” 
 But Erickson’s pro-vaccine commentary is an exception among his peers. In July, Mark Levin, one of the most popular talk radio hosts in the U.S., responded to the massive summer outbreak spike by suggesting that getting vaccinated is now pointless.  “Even the vaccinated will get the delta variant. Right?… So what’s the point of being vaccinated?” said Levin, who did acknowledge that he is vaccinated. (When I emailed Levin for clarification on his vaccine stance, the host replied, “You’re a sick bastard.”)
 

When have the RNC SCUM EVER BEEN RIGHT ABOUT ANYTHING?  FROM THEIR DRUG WAR ON PEOPLE to their Middle East SECTARIAN MUSLIM WARS & TORTURE to ABORTION RIGHTS, & to the ImageImage & NOW COVID, ALWAYS WRONG!  TOTAL DUMBASS SCUM!
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MASKS & VACCINATION MANDATES ARE STILL IMPORTANT BECAUSE DUMB FUCK UNVACCINATED RNC SCUMBAG BRATS ARE SNEAKING INTO STORES WITHOUT MASKS, LEAVING CONtrails of DELTA COVID DEATH behind their shitty asses!

LOOK AT FLORIDA & ITS COVID DEATHS!  630 yesterday & 240/DAY for a 7 day average!

 

DeSantis is such a DUMBASS little FATTY Image!  
https://www.google.com/search?q=florida ... s-wiz-serp

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Peer reviewed study: New CDC guidelines inflate Corona deaths by 16.7 times

In March 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) changed reporting death guidelines.  If the CDC had used the same guidelines they'd used the previous seventeen years, then Corona deaths are 16.7 times lower.

The premise is that only 6 percent of deaths had no co-morbidities. If you update & extrapolate from the chart above, then the total deaths up to February 2021 are 29,000, not the inflated 481,000.
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So all these people aren't just dropping like flies from Corona.  Ninety four percent have underlying conditions.  If you have stage 4 lung cancer and diabetes and then get Corona, the media will report that you died from Corona.  And uninformed people will believe it.

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2 hours ago, supraTruth said:

Anti-Vax Radio Hosts Keep Dying From COVID  

By Caleb Ecarma

SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 1:28 PM

Conservative radio hosts all across America are losing their lives for the cause.  In the past month alone, five talk radio personalities who were vocal COVID-19-deniers, anti-vaxxers, or anti-maskers have all died after contracting the virus.  Most recently was WNDB’s Marc Bernier, a late Daytona, Florida, talk radio host who dubbed himself “Mr. Anti-Vax” in December while assuring his listeners “I’m not taking it.” True to his word, Bernier contracted COVID-19 roughly three weeks ago and his death was announced over the weekend by his radio station––which had awkwardly acknowledged his on-air “anti-vaccine” commentary just before his passing. (WNDB was contacted for clarification regarding its COVID-19 safety policies but the station did not respond.)

Though it might be assumed some right-wing media figures are simply feeding into the anti-vax frenzy to gin up outrage and ratings, the spate of recent deaths makes clear that, for a number of them, opposition to safe, effective vaccines and other pandemic mitigation efforts isn’t just talk. Such radio rants against efforts to stop the pandemic come as Republican men, a large segment of the talk radio audience, have been shown to be particularly resistant to getting vaccinated.
 On August 4, Newsmax fill-in host and longtime conservative talker Dick Farrel died from a “severe damage” from COVID-19 after 

spending the last weeks of his life
claiming that the vaccine is “Bogus Bull [Shit],” referring to the pandemic as a “SCAM DEMIC,” and suggesting that the delta variant is an elaborate ruse orchestrated by Anthony Fauci to keep Americans fearing for their lives. “Why take a vax promoted by people who lied [to you] all along about masks, where the virus came from and the death toll?” he wrote in a July 3 Facebook post. Upon contracting the virus, Farrel was suddenly not willing to die for his previously held convictions, as one of his close friends, Amy Leigh Hair, claimed that he encouraged her to get the shot shortly before his death, saying that COVID-19 “is no joke and then he said: ‘I wish I had gotten [vaccinated]!’”

But instead of taking scientifically backed precautions beforehand, Farrel opted to ask his Facebook followers if “hydroxychloroquine from Canada” is safe in early July after stating, “When a gubberment denies u access to HCQ [it’s] obvious they want you dead.”  It appears that Farrel was convinced that masks and vaccines weren’t saving Democratic politicians––or “dummy craps,” as he called them––from COVID-19, but rather that they had access to hydroxychloroquine while banning others from taking it.  In a statement to the Post, a Newsmax spokesperson noted that Farrel “was a popular radio host in Florida and always a friend of Newsmax. We mourn his passing and hope everyone can learn from his unnecessary death the importance of getting vaccinated.” 

On August 11, Tod Tucker, a pro-Trump radio programmer, died “following the onset of viral pneumonia as the result of COVID-19,” according to his employer.  Tucker had previously mocked the idea of receiving the vaccine, allegedly writing in a March Facebook post, “Please stop bragging that you got your COVID vaccine.  What do you want us to say? ‘Congratulations lab rat?!’”  Within days of Tucker’s death, religious radio host Jimmy DeYoung Sr. was hospitalized for COVID-19 and died not long after, according to the Daily Beast. In February, DeYoung told his listeners that the COVID-19 vaccine could “be another form of government control of the people” during a segment on his show in which he and his guest regurgitated conspiracy theories about Pfizer using the vaccine to commit mass sterilization.

Nashville talk radio host and vaccine skeptic Phil Valentine allegedly expressed regrets after being hospitalized with COVID-19. In a blog post, Valentine had advised those who are not in the “high-risk” demo to not get the vaccine, and bet that his odds of dying from COVID-19 were “way less than one percent.”  But in late July, Valentine found himself in a “very serious condition, suffering from COVID pneumonia” and suddenly reversed his stance on vaccines, according to his family members.  “Phil would like for his listeners to know that while he has never been an ‘anti-vaxer’ he regrets not being more vehemently ‘pro-vaccine,’” his radio station 99.7 WTN 
shared in a statement.  “[He] looks forward to being able to more vigorously advocate that position as soon as he is back on the air, which we all hope will be soon.”  On August 21, Valentine’s employer announced that he had passed away.
Interestingly, Cumulus Media, which owns the station that Valentine worked for, quietly issued a company-wide vaccine mandate less than two weeks after Valentine’s COVID-19 diagnosis captured national attention, according to RBR+TVBR.  On August 11, Cumulus CEO Mary Berner stated in a video message to all employees that everyone who works in Cumulus Media’s corporate offices must be fully vaccinated by October 11.  However, it is unclear if this mandate applies to the group’s local stations like WTN. Berner has not discussed the mandate in public statements and a Cumulus spokesperson told RBR+TVBR last month that “The company is not commenting” publicly. Neither Cumulus Media nor WTN replied to requests for comment regarding employee vaccine requirements.

Over the weekend, Joe Rogan, another professional talker who has suggested that his listeners, if young and healthy, should not get vaccinated, contracted COVID-19. On Wednesday, the podcaster, who hosts The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify, shared an Instagram video detailing his experience, during which he acknowledged turning to an unproven treatment regimen that the FDA and CDC have strongly advised against.  “We immediately threw the kitchen sink at it. All kinds of meds," explained Rogan, while failing to say whether or not he is vaccinated.  “Monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-Pak, prednisone, everything.  And I also got an NAD drip and a vitamin drip.” Ivermectin, a drug commonly sold as a livestock dewormer, has “made some people very sick,” the FDA recently warned in response to the wave of Americans who have used it in misguided attempts to treat COVID-19.  “Treating human medical conditions with veterinary drugs can be very dangerous,” the agency continued.  “The drug may not work at all, or it could worsen the illness and/or lead to serious, potentially life-threatening health complications.”  In the spring, Rogan was rebuked by Fauci for advising young people against getting the COVID-19 vaccine.  “If you’re like 21 years old, and you say to me, ‘Should I get vaccinated?’  I’ll go, ‘No,’” Rogan said on an April episode of his podcast:  “If you’re a healthy person and you’re exercising all the time and you’re young and you’re eating well, I don’t think you need to worry about this.”

Elsewhere in the conservative-radio world, Erick Erickson, who hosts a nationally syndicated talk show out of Atlanta, condemned the National Religious Broadcasters for firing its spokesperson, Daniel Darling, after he appeared on MSNBC to advocate for evangelicals to get vaccinated.  “For [the National Religious Broadcasters] to fire Dan for reasonable advocacy of vaccinations is a pretty damning indictment on the organization,” Erickson 
wrote in an August tweet.  He has also called on anti-vaxxers within the religious community to stop pushing disinformation, writing on 
Twitter, “If you publicly identify yourself as a Christian and say the vaccine doesn’t work, you need to repent for lying. I don’t care whether you get the vaccine or not, but lying about it is sinful.” 
 But Erickson’s pro-vaccine commentary is an exception among his peers. In July, Mark Levin, one of the most popular talk radio hosts in the U.S., responded to the massive summer outbreak spike by suggesting that getting vaccinated is now pointless.  “Even the vaccinated will get the delta variant. Right?… So what’s the point of being vaccinated?” said Levin, who did acknowledge that he is vaccinated. (When I emailed Levin for clarification on his vaccine stance, the host replied, “You’re a sick bastard.”)
 

When have the RNC SCUM EVER BEEN RIGHT ABOUT ANYTHING?  FROM THEIR DRUG WAR ON PEOPLE to their Middle East SECTARIAN MUSLIM WARS & TORTURE to ABORTION RIGHTS, & to the ImageImage & NOW COVID, ALWAYS WRONG!  TOTAL DUMBASS SCUM!
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You sure waste a lot of bandwidth.

 

Don't you have something else to do?

 

Like wiping your butt you old ass sharting mother fucker ...

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3 hours ago, supraTruth said:

MASKS & VACCINATION MANDATES ARE STILL IMPORTANT BECAUSE DUMB FUCK UNVACCINATED RNC SCUMBAG BRATS ARE SNEAKING INTO STORES WITHOUT MASKS, LEAVING CONtrails of DELTA COVID DEATH behind their shitty asses!

LOOK AT FLORIDA & ITS COVID DEATHS!  630 yesterday & 240/DAY for a 7 day average!

 

DeSantis is such a DUMBASS little FATTY Image!  
https://www.google.com/search?q=florida ... s-wiz-serp

 

Hey PUSSYMOUTH.

 

 

One of the most morally revolting talking points taken up by Democrats in their effort to deflect attention from President Joe Biden’s deadly incompetence in Afghanistan is to minimize the deaths of 13 troops in Kabul, Afghanistan, by pointing out that more people are dying from COVID-19 every day.

 

First of all, if we use the standards that Democrats set during the Trump years, those COVID-19 deaths are also the responsibility of Biden.

 

It should be said that comparing deaths caused by a faceless worldwide pandemic to the deaths of American troops who were needlessly placed in a perilous situation by an administration that handed security of Kabul to the Taliban is a special brand of cynical partisanship. Both Afghanistan and COVID-19 are tragic, but only one is an avoidable massacre that was perpetrated by enemies and made possible by our government’s ineptitude and bad decisions.

 

You might remember that liberal pundits had taken to using similarly ugly comparisons involving 9/11. Paul Krugman once noted that the death toll of COVID-19 was already the equivalent of “60 9/11s.” MSNBC analyst Malcolm Nance wrote that President Donald Trump had “single handedly caused the equivalent of 67 9/11 level deaths.” This was the tone of much of the coverage.

 

Well-adjusted human beings — those not consumed by politics — tend to treat tragic events as distinct situations. They react to a death from meningitis or a car accident with grief, while reacting to a death resulting from a first-degree murder or drunk driving with anger and grief. Most well-adjusted people also comprehend that living in a free, modern society comes with unfortunate embedded risks. We don’t talk about the cumulative total of vehicular deaths as we would the Holocaust.

 

But, again, if the president were personally responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans during the summer of 2020, why isn’t the president responsible for thousands of deaths in the summer of 2021?

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2 hours ago, ClownCrusher said:

So all these people aren't just dropping like flies from Corona.  Ninety four percent have underlying conditions.  If you have stage 4 lung cancer and diabetes and then get Corona, the media will report that you died from Corona.  And uninformed people will believe it.

 

Even worse. If you died because you crashed your motorcycle while having Covid, it's logged as a Covid death

 

 

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8 hours ago, whiteboy said:

 

You sure waste a lot of bandwidth.

 

Don't you have something else to do?

 

Like wiping your butt you old ass sharting mother fucker ...

LOL! How much "bandwith" have U wasted on this DUMBASS 1-WAY RACIST SITE, U FUCKING WHITE TRASH SCUMBAG?

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7 hours ago, Str8tEdge said:

Should I break the news to @supraTruth that Biden has now surpassed Trump in covid deaths while having the vaccine his entire time in office? :lol:

 

His head might explode(or his heart). 

What do u want him to do, HOLD U DUMBASS WHITE TRASH RNC SCUM DOWN & SHOVE A NEEDLE INTO U FUCKWAD IDIOTS?

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5 minutes ago, Duck615 said:

STFU YOU CHINK COCKSUCKER

Fuck your DORK BOY LIES, U TREASONOUS RUSSIAN TROLL!

 

Dumbest Russians ever
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 "BETTER DEAD THAN RED!"

 

DORKY DUCK IS THE SCUMBAG ON THE LEFT!

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6 hours ago, MidnightMax said:

 

Hey PUSSYMOUTH.

 

 

One of the most morally revolting talking points taken up by Democrats in their effort to deflect attention from President Joe Biden’s deadly incompetence in Afghanistan is to minimize the deaths of 13 troops in Kabul, Afghanistan, by pointing out that more people are dying from COVID-19 every day.

 

First of all, if we use the standards that Democrats set during the Trump years, those COVID-19 deaths are also the responsibility of Biden.

 

It should be said that comparing deaths caused by a faceless worldwide pandemic to the deaths of American troops who were needlessly placed in a perilous situation by an administration that handed security of Kabul to the Taliban is a special brand of cynical partisanship. Both Afghanistan and COVID-19 are tragic, but only one is an avoidable massacre that was perpetrated by enemies and made possible by our government’s ineptitude and bad decisions.

 

You might remember that liberal pundits had taken to using similarly ugly comparisons involving 9/11. Paul Krugman once noted that the death toll of COVID-19 was already the equivalent of “60 9/11s.” MSNBC analyst Malcolm Nance wrote that President Donald Trump had “single handedly caused the equivalent of 67 9/11 level deaths.” This was the tone of much of the coverage.

 

Well-adjusted human beings — those not consumed by politics — tend to treat tragic events as distinct situations. They react to a death from meningitis or a car accident with grief, while reacting to a death resulting from a first-degree murder or drunk driving with anger and grief. Most well-adjusted people also comprehend that living in a free, modern society comes with unfortunate embedded risks. We don’t talk about the cumulative total of vehicular deaths as we would the Holocaust.

 

But, again, if the president were personally responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans during the summer of 2020, why isn’t the president responsible for thousands of deaths in the summer of 2021?

There is no 1 to blame for COVID deaths anymore other than the DUMBASSES REFUSING TO GET THE VACCINATIONS, MAXIMUM DUMMY!  Although DUMBASS RNC governors like DeSantis & Abbott are libel for not making that clear to their cults!  

 

And What a low-life RNC 🐖Greg Abbott is  to block vaccine mandates in the middle of a pandemic!   A bunch of law suits would take care of his sorry ass!

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5 minutes ago, supraTruth said:

There is no 1 to blame for COVID deaths anymore other than the DUMBASSES REFUSING TO GET THE VACCINATIONS, MAXIMUM DUMMY!  Although DUMBASS RNC governors like DeSantis & Abbott are libel for not making that clear to their cults!  

 

And What a low-life RNC 🐖Greg Abbott is  to block vaccine mandates in the middle of a pandemic!   A bunch of law suits would take care of his sorry ass!

You fucking chinks are to blame

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10 hours ago, ClownCrusher said:

Peer reviewed study: New CDC guidelines inflate Corona deaths by 16.7 times

In March 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) changed reporting death guidelines.  If the CDC had used the same guidelines they'd used the previous seventeen years, then Corona deaths are 16.7 times lower.

The premise is that only 6 percent of deaths had no co-morbidities. If you update & extrapolate from the chart above, then the total deaths up to February 2021 are 29,000, not the inflated 481,000.
5gq408.jpg
 
 

Tell that to the families of the dead, clown.

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