Democratic State Representative candidate Richard Rowe passed away last year.
Rowe suddenly passed away while walking his dog just two months after taking the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
The Florida State Representative candidate running in the 23rd District made repeated social media posts where he bragged about his vaccination status and derided people who chose not to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
In one social media post, Rowe post a picture of his vaccine card on Facebook to ‘maintain his smug moral superiority’ over people who were unvaccinated.
In other posts, he was fond of referencing Charles Darwin to make fun of unvaccinated people who passed away from Covid-19, saying that they were ‘Darwin’d’.
Questions continue to be raised about deaths related to the Covid-19 vaccine after Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo warned against people, particularly male youths, taking the Covid-19 vaccine due to an uptick in cardiac-related issues.
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“Let me be real clear…. I do not give a F*CK what happens to anti-vaxxers. I dont. Let Darwin do his work. They helped to kill 700,000 Americans. I do not have the pity or tears to spare for any of them. It’s all dried up now. Sorry. At this point. I’m just hoping they feel 1/10th of the pain theyve caused everyone else. The kids will be fine. THEY’RE going to suffer. And I f*cking well think they’ve earned it,” he wrote.
In another post, he purportedly shared a photo of his Covid-19 Vaccination Card. According to the document, Rowe got the vaccine on August 12, 2021. “Yeah, I’m mostly here for personal ego. Already had COVID last year, so not worried about catching it. But I want to maintain my smug sense of moral and intellectual superiority while making fun of Darwin’d anti-vaxxers. It’s pretty noble, really,” he captioned it.
In his previous Twitter account which has since been suspended (@reforgeamerica), Rowe allegedly tweeted: “New poll shows 90% of Democrats will get the vaccine, compared to 46% of Republicans. Well, fn THANK YOU, Darwin. Took you long enough.”