This is a heartbreaking story of an unvaccinated woman who was deeply influenced, as you can see, by the anti-vax ________ (you can fill in the blank) Dr. Peter McCullough. She is now dead from COVID-19. Laura Pepper Allen, 57, Lima, OH, Account Clerk, anti-vaxxer, dead from COVID. (sorryantivaxxer.com).
McCullough has been showcased and uplifted by Ron Kelly, pastor of the Village SDA Church, to the entire country. McCullough was the featured speaker at an anti-vax conference, live-streamed across the country, at Kelly’s church last fall. McCullough was the featured speaker at a national event organized by Liberty and Health Alliance, of which Kelly is a co-founder, in Phoenix at Chase Field earlier this month. And McCullough was scheduled to be the featured speaker at the church last weekend, but he apparently fell ill from COVID-19 and was not able to attend. McCullough continues to profit as an anti-vax celebrity, having now raised for himself over $328,000. GiveSendGo - Help Dr Peter McCullough with legal IT travel cost: The #1 Free Christian Fundraising Site.
As McCullough has disseminated disinformation that has proximately caused the death of many unvaccinated people, he has been showcased, uplifted, strengthened, promoted, and trumpeted by Kelly. What responsibility does Kelly bear for misleading the unvaccinated and proximately causing their deaths? How many lives might have been saved if Kelly had made his church an oasis of health and safety rather than the SDA headquarters, as it were, of McCullough?
I hope Michael Scofield is able to broaden his topic beyond SDA vaccine hesitancy and explore the mindset of certain Seventh-day Adventists who remain unbothered by the blood on their hands. I am aware of the Jim Jones mass suicide and the mass death of those who died in a ball of fire at David Koresh’s insular religious compound in Waco. But I am not aware of any event in our SDA history that is comparable to what we are witnessing today.
McCullough’s false claims about COVID-19 and the vaccines are well documented and have been thoroughly refuted. Joe Rogan interview with Peter McCullough contains multiple false and unsubstantiated claims about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines - Health Feedback