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Bridget Jackson, 29, Port Huron, MI, Account Manager, anti-vaxxer, dead from COVID

Updated: Jan 19, 2022

According to social media posts (below), Bridget died 12/22/21 from COVID. She's so young and was engaged to be married, but she was an anti-vaxxer, and even though her grandfather (SAV entry, Bob Jackson) died in mid-October after battling Covid for two months, she remained an anti-vaxxer. In this case, the apple didn't fall far from the tree. She leaves behind 3 children under 10 years old. Such a shame.

Turns out she was almost as bad as her grandfather:

She hates mandates:

She's not afraid (this was the day her grandfather got diagnosed with COVID):

She hates masks:

The Abbot and Costello meme:

She's an attorney, too!

We're the research, fellas! Research to see how much longer we live than unvaxxed people I guess.

No way this is real:

We know! We know what a vaccine is. Apparently she didn't.

She signs a petition against mandatory masks:

A common meme for the vaccine conspiracy theorists:

Uhhh....this is wrong:

There is a pandemic going on. Not sure if she was fully aware of that.

Is she agreeing that she needs to eat less junk food?

Some lie she posted got called out by Facebook:

Now she's against vaccine mandates:

We couldn't get you to wear a mask OR eat better and exercise!

This is some anti-vaxxer-nurses-should-be-respected post:

A lot wrong with a Republican posting this:

Oh...her grandfather Bob dies:

I guess God gave her COVID:

WHERE HAVE WE HEARD THIS EXACT SAME PHRASE BEFORE? (Hint: see Bob Jackson. It didn't work then, either):

It's called "breathing"....

This was her final Facebook post:

And she died:

RIP Bridget.

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Mar 21, 2022

Not bad. I'd hit that if it wasn't dead.


Kind of bummed that her view of Covid19 was the way it was partly because she was surrounded by similar thinkers, & she clearly had a respect for her elders (& her religion) so, in her mind, what they said (family, older folks, regional culture) was law, made sense, & she went along with it. Folks like that - the easily manipulated due to the culture they come from - don’t have much of a chance. Former terrorists, from Muslim extremists to Nazi skinheads, become *former* terrorists because at some point they get a chance to see the bigger world. People they never normally encounter interact with them, show concern for them. A wider array of experiences changes them. On…


William Sheehan
William Sheehan
Jan 17, 2022

Dead persons have no rights. Right now, 1,000 republicans die each and every day from COVID. Eventually, COVID will run out of unvaccinated meat supply.

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Not exactly correct in a legal sense as long as a family or estate is around but the sentiment makes sense.


This dating site isn't working very well for me.


Jan 17, 2022

I’m sorry Miss Jackson (woo), COVID is real.

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