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Ron Munoz, 51, Jasper, AL, GM@EBC Steel, Anti-vaxx, died of COVID, leaves wife and 6 children.

Updated: Jan 22, 2022

According to this obituary, Ron died of COVID on September 10, 2021. Ron was suspicious of the government and vaccines. He leaves behind his lovely wife, four daughters, and two sons. I tend to feel the most for these Alabama people who seem like really good people who are surrounded in an echo chamber of falsehoods and rhetoric. Ok, I'm going to say it: WAKE UP, ALABAMA!




What did Ron share on his Facebook? Let's see if he was really against taking the vaccine:




Well, maybe he meant that they should pay more attention to both issues?



No. He seems against it. You needed one to keep from dying, Ron.


Oh, this whole pandemic is a sinister plot for control.




Both he and his wife get COVID:




His wife at least seems to have a change of heart:





12 days later he's still in the hospital:


A lot of people get angry at the hospitals:






Ron died the next day.


Seems like a good time for the song "Lifeboy" by Phish:


But God never listens to what I say

God never listens to what I say

So very, so very hard

And you don't get a refund

If you over pray



RIP Ron.


GET VACCINATED!!



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But it is the hospital that "is the worst ever."

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Kathmandu
Kathmandu
Sep 29, 2021

This one is a tough one. I feel for everyone left behind. He had such a loving wife/kids. Their passion to defend shows he was a good family man. All the values that are so fucked up in our Country, he had accomplished success, a good father, husband, provider. So the staunch stance on his part tells me one thing, he couldn't have been that or he would have never let anyone/anything take him out if preventable. He surely wasn't any type of sacrifice.

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Unknown member
Sep 29, 2021
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Have you seen the nasty, vicious, hateful, nauseating propaganda filth spread by his "loving" wife? The whole family is worthless garbage and their loss is the world's gain. She's as disgusting as her corpse groom. Zero sympathy.

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ws091754
ws091754
Sep 29, 2021

I'd like to take a swipe at this dude,but I can't. I feel bad for his kids. That was the same age my father and my sister passed away. Damn, people! Wake the hell up!!

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Unknown member
Sep 29, 2021
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His kids are just as foul as he was. The road apples didn't fall far from the horse's ass.

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Gene Bouscal
Gene Bouscal
Sep 29, 2021


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In reading the comments back and forth between our side and antivaxxers, we need to realize we’re NEVER going to change their minds. If you feel the need to gloat or belittle them, I suppose that’s up to you. But to converse and debate an antivaxxer is a fool’s errand.

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We are suffering the consequences of their decisions.


As are their families, friends, acquaintances, hirelings, colleagues, employers, and all the other people with whom they cross paths — randomly or otherwise.

Also ours.

And (of course) themselves.

Those who get covid while qualified but deliberately unvaccinated may be stupid, pigheaded, reflexively rebellious, prejudiced, self-centered, ignorant, arrogant, confused, distracted, perhaps somehow unable or overwhelmingly inconvenienced to present themselves for injections, or merely confused. Personal defects, bad education, and whatever other causes can be assessed.


Those reasons don't necessarily work out to straight-out evil.


That benefit of the doubt doesn't apply to the preachers, politicians, and "news" outlets, who deliberately discourage vaccinations while themselves getting inoculated: people like tfg, Abbott/Patrick/Paxton of Texas,…


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