Conservative activists died of COVID complications after attending Anti-Vax “symposium”

Via Facebook

Via Facebook

A well-known conservative activist in Arlington, Texas, he forged false information about the COVID-19 vaccine and died of viral complications. It was only a few weeks since I attended the “symposium” for Shot.

The Arlington Republican Party confirmed the death of Kelly Cannon on Facebook.

“Another tragedy and loss for our Republican family. Dear friend Kelly Cannon lost the fight against pneumonia today. Kelly is a loyal and beloved friend and patriot. It will remain in our hearts forever. The Arlington Republican Club said: statement..

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Republican friends and colleagues praised social media on Tuesday, lamenting her death “due to COVID-related pneumonia.”

“I sent her a text message yesterday and was very shocked to hear this news because she said she was fine and was fighting this poor Covid with both lungs that turned into double pneumonia. “A friend who identified herself wrote. Jennifer Talbert Frank.

“It’s heartbreaking to find out that my dear friend Kelly Cannon has died from complications from Covid pneumonia. Just around 4 pm yesterday, she was in a group of friends and she definitely felt better. He told her that the document had told her that her blood test results had improved and she was “around the corner.” She was talking about wanting to go home. Late last night she developed acute abdomen, was given painkillers and was ventilated, “writes Maggie Cropton Wright.

Canon announced on Facebook in November that its employer has granted a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I don’t have jabby jabby! Praise God!” She I have written At the time.

Canon was prominent in the Republican circle for grassroots organizations and campaigns banning signal-ignoring cameras in Arlington. She also made the headline by publishing a sexually explicit photo allegedly sent to her by then-Republican Congressman Joe Burton in 2017. This was a scandal, and Burton eventually resigned.

More recently, Canon has been a frank critic of the COVID-19 vaccine obligations and pandemic-related restrictions. In one of Facebook’s last posts, Canon shared some links to the speeches he attended at the “COVID Symposium” in Burleson in early December. The event God was organized by saving our children. It claims to be “a conservative group fighting the use of experimental vaccines for our children.”

Canon shared similar content on Twitter. Position The coronavirus pandemic was a YouTube video that took up the allegations that it was “planned” in advance and was part of a global conspiracy.

When news of her death spread on Tuesday, pre-vaccinated commentators flooded her Facebook page with cruel comments and mocking memes, and her supporters ironically said she was a “warrior of freedom” to the end. I praised it.

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