Skip to content
Vaccine podcaster reportedly on ventilator for COVID after attending right-wing rally

 | Breaking News Updates

Vaccine podcaster reportedly on ventilator for COVID after attending right-wing rally

| Local News | Fox News

An anti-vax podcaster was on a ventilator on Saturday after contracting COVID-19 after attending the right-wing “ReAwaken America” ​​event in Dallas earlier this month, his podcast network and conspiracy theorist lawyer Lin Wood reported.

The Frog News podcast network reported in a post to the right-wing social media site Telegram that Doug Kuzma shared a photo a week ago posing with stores of Ivermectin dewormer and other chemicals after the ReAwaken event. Three Day America starring Donald Trump. national security adviser and criminal Michael Flynn.

On Saturday, Kuzma was “sedated and ventilated”; he is “unaware,” a Frog News post noted. “Doug needs heavy, heavy prayers,” the post added.

Kuzma’s damaged lungs were unresponsive to treatment, Wood wrote in a Telegram message, asking for help.

He urged anyone who knows of a medical provider – or lawyer – who could help contact a Frog News administrator “ASAP.”

“Pray for Doug,” he added.

Screenshot / Telegram / Lin Wood

A number of people who fell ill with COVID-like symptoms after attending the same event in Dallas have claimed without evidence that they had been somehow poisoned with anthrax – rather than contracting COVID because few were probably vaccinated or wore masks during the big crowded event.

The Dallas event is part of a nationwide tour paid for by right-wing funders with guest speakers including MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, as well as Flynn, according to an itinerary for the conference.

The events are pushing for baseless conspiracy theories, including allegations that the presidential election was somehow rigged.

Neither Kuzma nor a representative from the ReAwaken America tour could be reached for comment.


News Today News Today Vaccine podcaster reportedly on ventilator for COVID after attending right-wing rally

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.