SAN FRANCISCO, CA – A disgusting website called “SorryAntiVaxxer.com” self identifies as a platform as a platform that is “educational” but in reality serves a means to disparage and mock the recently deceased who are labeled as “anti-vaxxers.”
Plastered on the front of the website’s homepage is a disclaimer alleging that the sole purpose of said site is to inform the public and encourage getting the COVID jab.
“The purpose of this site is educational, except for a few exceptions, everyone listed on this site was/is an anti-vaxxer activist who helped spread COVID-19 misinformation on social media. Share to stop others from making the same mistake. GET VACCINATED!”
However, once one scrolls past the above disclaimer, a litany of articles that are posted on a near-daily cadence reveal that the website – and its viewers who comment on the shared posts – revel on mocking those who’ve passed away following a COVID diagnosis.
Comments from an early January post on the site regarding a 47-year-old RN who passed from COVID pneumonia, who, per the post, was “obviously very overweight and she had several autoimmune diseases APS/CIDP/vasculitis/dysautonomia,” afford a glimpse into the depraved spirit behind this website and its frequenters.
Some examples of the comments under this post:
“Man, she didn’t miss a meal. At least we know she didn’t die of starvation.”
“Jackie knows damn well her three neck having ass couldn’t breathe before Covid . She should’ve been first in line.”
“I bet she had a big carbon footprint. Just saying. Is this wrong?”
“The real tragedy is that this woman had pallbearers at her funeral. Can you imagine the utter misery carrying around her carcass?”
Another post featured on the site mocked the death of a 29-year-old mother of “3 children under 10 years old”, with the commenters displaying peak sociopathic takes regarding the recently deceased:
“Stupid in all the standard ways. Next…”
“She did not like vaccines and birth control. Now we get to pay for both her medical bills and her children.”
“Hey bitch……..are you planning on staying dead…….Just asking!”
“On the plus side, her baby factory is closed for good.”
This website also maintains an active Twitter account that boasts over 9,000 followers, where the posts and comments on said social media platform mirror much of the lacking empathy featured on the website itself.
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