What initially seemed to be a letter of reward from a Florida resident concerning the state’s new surgeon common Saturday turned out to be a searing takedown of Dr. Joseph Ladapo’s lethal, science-defying COVID-19 recommendation.
Florida resident Charles Chamberlain, 81, wrote a letter to the editor of The Tampa Bay Instances headlined “Lifeless Proper.” He referred to a current remark by Ladapo, who dismisses COVID-19 vaccines, that being contaminated with the illness gives “nice safety” from COVID-19.
He’s “spot on,” wrote Chamberlain.
“I’m conscious that he’s right due to a current expertise with a member of my household,” Chamberlain added. “He had a extreme an infection from COVID-19. He’s previous that now, and is totally immune — not solely from COVID-19, however flu and different respiratory infections as effectively.”
Chamberlain added in a intestine punch: “After all, we’re burying this member of the family subsequent week.”
Ladapo has been slammed for his anti-science messages crucial of masks, lockdowns and vaccines to guard towards COVID-19 because the state has continued to be a frontrunner within the nation in COVID-19 circumstances and deaths. Some 54,000 Floridians have died of COVID-19.
Ladapo stated final week that college students don’t should quarantine and might proceed going to high school in the event that they’ve been uncovered to COVID-19. He’s additionally leaving it as much as dad and mom on whether or not or not their youngsters put on masks at college.
Chamberlain informed The Washington Publish that he was stunned The Tampa Bay Instances revealed his letter. “I assumed it was fairly snarky,” he stated.
The lifeless member of the family he referred to in his letter was his father-in-law. As for Ladapo’s recommendation about getting COVID-19 and immunity, Chamberlain stated: “Properly yeah, that’s a manner of curing folks, however the issue is fatalities.”
Twitter followers hailed Chamberlain’s darkish assault on Ladapo.
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