Ben Shapiro responded on Thursday on what he called the “ugly” reaction of some celebrities to Herman Cain’s death from COVID-19.
“He had 74 years of stage 4 colon cancer,” said Ben Shapiro Show. “And people are suffocating Cain on Twitter because, of course, he attended President Trump’s rally in Talsi in less than two weeks. before diagnosing COVID 19 ”.
June 20 In the domestic event, Cain did not wear a mask. Eleven days later, Cain was hospitalized when a positive coronavirus virus was detected.
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“It’s a remark for many on the left … because obviously, if someone whose policy you don’t like dies from COVID, then you’ll have to sink into them … basically it affects our garbage world,” Shapiro added.
While the tribute to Cain, uttered as the word of his death, began to spread early on Thursday, others took advantage of the moment to attack Trump and his supporters. Evan McMullin, executive director of Stand Up Republic, took advantage of the news to refer to the Trump rally organizers as a “scientific denial of the Trump cult.”;
“Herman Cain was hospitalized for a coronavirus two weeks after attending Trump’s Tulsa rally without a face mask. He is the first senior denier of science in Short. The question is whether even this can wake others up about the dangers of Trump and the virus, “McMullin wrote.
CNN co-author Anna Navarro-Carden said, “Kovid doesn’t care about partisans.”
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Shapiro called the response “ugly” and “very, very bad news” and said there was no “evidence” that Cain had contracted the virus for the first time at the Tulsa rally.
“The fact that people are dying from COVID is pretty horrible,” Shapiro told listeners.
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“That’s the reality,” he continued. “There are a lot of people dying from those who wore masks and were careful, and there are a lot of people in the media who are pretty, say, cavalry about activities that people should and shouldn’t engage in, up to mass rallies (including inclusive) if they are for for the purposes of society that are loved by many of our elites.
“So,” Shapiro concluded, “feel sorry for me in some crocodile tears on behalf of people who are really unhappy with Herman Cain’s policy.”
Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.