Cirsten Weldon QAnon Star Who Said Only ‘Idiots’ Get Vax Dies

A leading QAnon promoter who urged her supporters and strangers she passed on the street not to get the COVID vaccine died of the coronavirus on Thursday, making her the youngest person to die from the disease Vaccine opponents.

Cirsten Weldon has amassed tens of thousands of followers on right-wing social media networks by promoting the pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy under the pseudonym “CirstenW”. She was brilliant enough to be QAnon’s interpreter for comedic conspiracy theorist Roseanne Barr, and started recording videos about QAnon with her.

Focus on vaccine attacks and other efforts to combat COVID-19, Dr. Weldon said in a video. Anthony Fauci ‘must be hanged with a rope’. She claimed vaccines killed people and even recorded her yelling at people waiting in line to be vaccinated.

“Vaccines are killing, don’t get vaccinated!” Weldon posted an undated video on one of her online accounts, warning those waiting to be vaccinated. “That’s how gullible these idiots are. They’ll all be vaccinated!”

However, in late December, Weldon developed the first symptoms of coronavirus infection. In her latest video, posted on Dec. 28, Weldon struggled through her remarks about the imminent overthrow of the U.S. government, coughing and complaining that she was exhausted.

Three days later, Weldon was hospitalized in Camarillo, California. She posted a picture of herself wearing an oxygen mask on Instagram and claimed she had “bacterial pneumonia”. Weldon wrote in a post on the social media network Telegram that she refused to take remdesivir to treat the coronavirus, calling him “Dr.” Fauci’s resmedervir (sic)”.

Weldon’s death from COVID is just the latest case of a far-right figure who spoke out against vaccinations being killed by the virus. On January 3, radio host Doug Kuzma died after contracting the coronavirus. In August, QAnon promoter Robert David Steele died of the virus shortly after posting a photo of himself wearing an oxygen mask and vowing to continue his opposition to vaccinations.