A factual list of people who thought COVID was a hoax.
The conservative pastor was the host of the “Real Science Radio” show, Colorado
🕇 Sept 10, 2021
He vocally refused to get vaccinated and spread false claims about the virus. He called hospitals that were flooded with COVID patients “imagined” and said the severity of the pandemic was “fake news.”
He sued Colorado last year over its emergency rules surrounding capacity limits and mask mandates in churches. He successfully won that case, making it more dangerous for the public to hear him preach.
An American conservative media personality
🕇 August 4, 2021
Before getting sick he used his show to say that COVID-19 vaccines were bogus and called Dr. Anthony Fauci a “power tripping lying freak.”
According to close friends who spoke to WPTV, Farrel had a death bed change of heart and began encouraging close friends to get vaccinated after he contracted the virus.
Conservative radio host
🕇 August 21, 2021
The 61-year-old conservative radio host died in mid-August in Tennessee from the virus.
In December of 2020 Valentine went on his show on 99.7 WTN to say that his chance of dying from the virus was “way less than one percent.”
Valentine not only downplayed the efficacy of vaccines on his show, but he also recorded a parody song mocking them.
Valentine appears to have had a change of tune once he got sick telling people to put aside the conspiracy theories and get vaccinated, so their families don’t have to go through what his wife was going through.
An American CIA officer and conspiracy theorist.
🕇 August 29th, 2021
Steele, who spread Q-Anon and COVID-19 misinformation online, claims to have been the first person to call COVID a hoax.
Texas anti-mask organizer
🕇 Aug. 28, 2021 (30 years)
According to his wife Jessica Wallace, her husband started showing symptoms in July and instead of being treated with medication that was tested and approved by the FDA, Caleb decided to treat himself with the horse dewormer ivermectin as well as high doses of vitamin C, zinc, aspirin, and an inhaler before seeking professional medical care.
The Dickinson Texas City Council member
🕇 Aug 4, 2021 (45 years)
Leaving behind a wife and baby son.
Apley was a loud voice against masks and the vaccine, commenting that mask mandates were akin to Nazism in Germany.
Like the Nazi’s burned books, Apley invited people to a mask burning.
He railed against vaccine passports and called the Baltimore Health Commissioner “an absolute enemy of a free people” after she celebrated good news about the Pfizer Vaccine.
She and her husband ran Maurice Sklar Ministries in California.
🕇 Sept 29, 2021
loud voice against vaccines, she and her husband ran Maurice Sklar Ministries in California.
Devorah routinely shared on her social media anti-vax content including comparing vaccination rules to the Nazi’s and Josef Mengele’s experiments.
She also put out the notion that the Delta Variant was not a mutation but was caused by the vaccine.
The ministry has about 10,000 followers on its social media.
An American televangelist, prosperity theologian, minister, and Christian broadcaster.
🕇 Dec 1, 2021
Marcus Lamb was an American televangelist, prosperity theologian, minister, and Christian broadcaster.
He was the co-founder, president, and CEO of the Daystar Television Network, the second-largest Christian television network in the world.
The head of UCOMM Communication
Over the last year and a half, conservatives have played a major role in pushing people to not take COVID seriously, not wear your mask, and to avoid getting a vaccine.
With so much misinformation out there, UCOMM wanted to take a look at some of the people who pushed these dangerous ideas and then ending up contracting COVID and dying.