LA Times: We Should Mock Dead People If They’re Unvaxxed

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( – As many suspected would happen, or have already seen other examples, we’re now at the stage of the pandemic where leftists are openly mocking people who’ve died after contracting COVID-19 if they were unvaccinated.

Case in point.

The Los Angeles Times, a once-great American newspaper that has gone so far left as to be unreadable and untrustworthy, published a column mocking a young, bright, up and coming politician who recently died after being infected with the coronavirus.

And the column is from a “business columnist.” Not a news or health columnist. But, instead, a guy who typically opines about business issues.

In the column ( you can read the extremely long piece by clicking HERE), he states:

“Kelly Ernby’s friends and family ask us to remember her for her career as a public servant and as a devoted spouse and mother. But let’s not mince words: Her campaigns against public health measures negated whatever good she may have done in her other endeavors...

It may be not a little ghoulish to celebrate or exult in the deaths of vaccine opponents. And it may be proper to express sympathy and solicitude to those they leave behind.

But mockery is not necessarily the wrong reaction to those who publicly mocked anti-COVID measures and encouraged others to follow suit, before they perished of the disease the dangers of which they belittled.

Nor is it wrong to deny them our sympathy and solicitude, or to make sure it’s known when their deaths are marked that they had stood fast against measures that might have protected themselves and others from the fate they succumbed to.” [emphasis added]

What say you? Do you agree or disagree with the Los Angeles Times columnist who argues that it’s perfectly fine to mock and withhold sympathy for unvaccinated individuals who die from COVID-19? Please email us at [email protected] and share your opinion. Thank you.

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