Earlier today, Jane Pitt tweeted:
Let this image haunt you forever, Wendy. Take the words “facts” and “truth” out of your mouth. She would be alive today if you hadn’t become what you are. This is life and death. pic.twitter.com/s2WhwnHCsI— Virginia Montanez (@JanePitt) January 21, 2022
However maddening this may be, it is also immensely, immensely sad.
Up until now, this story - my warnings
to Wendy about how her use of medical misinformation is putting her fans' health at risk - has always been somewhat academic for me.
But now it's been made utterly and irretrievably real.
A woman named Kay, who lived in Greene County with her husband of 37 years and who so approved the Wendy and Brock show that she linked to them daily when their show was still on Facebook, has died of Covid-19.
She died January 17.
As I said, this is immensely sad. "I told you so" (if aimed at Kay) is not an option here. Let me say that again "I told you so" is not an option. A human being has died. A family is grieving. Chuckling at their grief is just cruel.
Yes she was on the wrong side of some very stupid choices. But would she have made them were it not for Wendy Bell's incessant crooning of Covid misinformation?
I think not.
This did not have to happen, Wendy. This adoring fan of yours did not have to die.
You did this, Wendy. You.
Evidently, Wendy guzzled up all your vaccine-hating, ivermectin-loving, VAERS misinformation for months and months and months. And now we know the result.
How many more have there been, Wendy?
How many more of them will there be?
Wendy Bell is the Angel of Death.