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Covid-19 claimed the life of a prominent person in the QAnon conspiracy movement who claimed that only “idiots” were vaccinated.

Kirsten Weldon, a right-wing social media influencer with tens of thousands of followers, used her platform to dissuade people from getting immunizations. She was a strong opponent of coronavirus mitigation efforts, claiming that the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Dr. Anthony Fauci, “ought to be hanged from a rope” at one point.

According to the Daily Beast, Ms. Weldon harassed those in the queue for the coronavirus vaccine in one video.

She shouted on the video, “The vaccines kill, don’t get it!” “This is how stupid these people are.” “Everyone is being vaccinated!”

In late December, Ms. Weldon began to exhibit signs of being infected with Covid-19. Her final video shows her coughing and struggling to finish a diatribe about patriots overturning the government of the United States. Throughout the video, she expressed her exhaustion.

Three days after the video was uploaded, she was taken to the hospital. She claimed she had “bacterial pneumonia” during her stay at the California hospital and uploaded images of herself wearing an oxygen mask.


She claimed in a Telegram message that she had refused to take “Dr. Fauci’s Remdesivir.”

She died on Friday, according to reports.

Ms. Weldon is the latest right-wing media personality to succumb to the virus after gaining notoriety for rejecting the illness’s existence.

Robert David Steele, another QAnon supporter, died of the illness shortly after posting a photo of himself wearing an oxygen mask and declaring that he would never take the vaccination.

Veronica Wolski, a QAnon supporter, was also infected with the virus. Ivermectin, a dewormer that has not been proved successful in treating the coronavirus, was demanded by her followers, who flooded the hospital with phone calls.

Rather than seeing the deaths in their community as proof that the virus is deadly and that vaccines provide life-saving protection, followers of QAnon and anti-vax conspiracy theories believe the media figures are being murdered during their hospital stays or are refusing “real” life-saving drugs like ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine.

A group of conspiracy theorists who attended the ReAwaken America rally in Dallas, which included prominent right-wing figures like Alex Jones, Eric Trump, and Michael Flynn, began exhibiting Covid-19 symptoms and claimed that they had been the victims of an anthrax attack, began exhibiting Covid-19 symptoms and claimed that they had been the victims of an anthrax attack.

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Doug Kuzma, a conspiracy radio personality, died after being discovered passed out at his house. It was eventually found that he died as a result of Covid-19.

Anti-vax and QAnon conspiracy theorists’ illusions might be detrimental to healthcare workers who are obliged to treat their favorite media characters.

Some of Ms. Weldon’s QAnon friends and supporters vowed to kill the medical professionals who treated her. One person, Scott McKay, who goes by the online pseudonym “Patriot Streetfighter,” believes the medical personnel should be condemned to death by a military trial to prevent vigilantes from killing them on the street.

“If it isn’t done in a military trial, it will be done on the street at some point, and not according to my preferences,” Mr. McKay wrote. “That is my worst dread.” However, if it is essential, it will be necessary.”

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