Right-wing activist Laura Rumer, who once said that “bad fajitas” are worse than COVID-19, tested positive and said she was “very suffering.”

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Laura Rumer states that she has no plans to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Stephanie Keith / Getty Images

  • Right-wing activist Laura Rumer said she tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

  • She described her symptoms as “brutal” and said she felt “struck by the bus.”

  • Rumer had previously said he wanted to catch COVID-19 and prove that it was a “hype virus”.

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Right wing activist Laura Rumer, Those who once said that food poisoning after eating “bad fajitas” was worse than COVID-19 said she tested positive for the virus.

In the post GETTR, Rumer told his followers that he had “fever, chills, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, and terrible body aches” and felt “struck by the bus.”

She described her symptoms as “brutal” and said in a follow-up message posted on the Telegram channel that she was “extremely painful.” The Daily Beast report. “Pray for me,” she wrote.

Rumer said he had not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and added that he had no plans to “give it so far.”

She said she was being treated with azithromycin, hydroxychloroquine, and dietary supplements at GETTR, a social media platform targeting American conservatives. Hydroxychloroquine, It was often Advertised by former President Donald Trump, It has proven ineffective in treating coronavirus.

Rumer notorious for her Anti-Islamic rhetoric, Ban on social media, When Lose a home bid in Florida Last year she said she wanted to catch COVID-19 and prove that it was just a “hype virus”.

According to The Daily Beast, she I have written About the December 2020 parlor: “I would like to get a COVID to prove to those who have had more serious and life-threatening food poisoning attacks than the hype virus. I have eaten a bad faheater. Will you kill you faster than COVID? “

On Friday, Rumer accused the “leftist media” of enjoying her COVID-19 diagnosis. “They want me to die is a clear reminder that the growing leftist anger over the increase in deaths from COVID is all for the show and political interests,” she wrote. rice field.

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