When a person lives a very prominent life, with decades of fame, and there are very few people that have ever had a bad story or conflict with or about him, one is very safe in assuming that the celebrity was a very good person.
Bob Saget was a very good person and not just because he played a great dad of adorable young girls and introduced the world to Aunt Becky. He passed way too young and no foul play is suspected. Life is just unfair. Trump lives, Bob Saget has passed.
It was sad enough. But we will never, ever, forgive Candace Owens for using Saget’s death to push her punk-ass Qanon-Vax conspiracy :
“Healthy athletes, young students in their physical prime — the majority of them males — dropping dead suddenly and unexpectedly in the middle of games from heart issues. What we know for a fact is that these people are being mandated to take the vaccine.
Please cite the medical study showing an increase in these types of deaths. Some of us still remember Hank Gathers dying on the floor of a game playing for the one-of-a-kind LMU Lions in 1988. An athlete in his prime.
“But the media is, once again, gaslighting the public – pretending that to even take notice of this very alarming trend is a conspiracy. The problem isn’t that healthy men are dying. The problem is you’re noticing it. Where are the fact-checkers?
Healthy men don’t die. People with a sudden onset of a fatal event die, you fcking idiot. And, again, show us your increased stats.
“All of this to say I don’t know why a healthy man, who was in the middle of a comedy tour, suddenly and unexpectedly drops dead in his hotel room. But I do know that we have a right to ask the question. All of us do.
All unwitnessed deaths that occur outside a hospital get an autopsy to rule out foul play and get answers. You will get your answer, Candace, and it will likely be that he had a heart attack or aspirated in his sleep. It will NOT be that he was vaccinated.
“In fact, when the entire world has suddenly and unexpectedly been prescribed an injection that we don’t need, it is not only our right to ask questions but also our right to demand answers.”
And just like a prescription, you don’t need to take it. You can decide you know better than the doctor and leave it at Walgreens.
How dare she.
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) January 12, 2022 
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