The sudden death of a progressive Florida Democrat candidate who berated people for rejecting the experimental COVID-19 shot is being revisited on social media.
Screenshots from 41-year-old truck driver and District 23 candidate Richard Rowe’s Facebook shows that the pro-vaccine politician mocked anti-vaxxers who he claimed “helped kill 700,000 Americans” before he passed away on October 28, 2021.
“Just a reminder. God has a sense of humour,” reads a caption from a Twitter user who revisited the posts.
Just a reminder.
God has a sense of humour. pic.twitter.com/C0JcRL28cE
— Svetski. UnCommunist.com (@SvetskiWrites) October 22, 2022
Screen grabs show Rowe, who received his first Pfizer jab on August, 12, 2021, was bothered by people who refused to take the jab, at one point declaring, “Let Darwin do his work.”
“Let me be real clear….I do not give a FUCK what happens to anti-vaxxers. I dont. Let Darwin do his work. They helped kill 700,000 Americans. I do not have the pity or tears to spare for any of them. It’s all dried up now. Sorry. At this point. I’m just hoping they feel 1/10th of the pain theyve caused everyone else. The kids will be fine. THEY’RE going to suffer. And I fucking well think they’ve earned it.”
Posting a photo showing his Covid vaccine card, Rowe acknowledged he was taking the jab despite having already contracted Covid, writing, “Already had COVID last year, so not worried about catching it. But I want to maintain my smug sense of moral and intellectual superiority while making fun of Darwin’d anti-vaxxers. It’s actually pretty noble, really.”