Story of QAnon Anti-Vaxxer Veronica Wolski’s Cause of Death
We are sorry to inform you of the QAnon Anti-Vaxxer’s death on September 13, 2021, confirmed by Lin Wood. Veronica Wolski’s cause of death has been revealed; stay for more details.
As you may know, Veronica Wolski was mainly known for her so-called “People’s Bridge,” She drops anti-vaccine disinformation leaflets off a bridge based in Chicago.
Wolski was an anti-vaccine activist and a QAnon believer at the center of a harassment campaign against a Chicago hospital. She refused to be treated with ivermectin while being hospitalized.
According to that hospital, they were getting hundreds of calls and emails over the last week due to the campaign. After Wolski’s death, Mr. Wood shared: “Veronica is being murdered at Amita Resurrection Hospital.”
There is a video shared by Ron Filipkowski, where you can see Mr. Wood is calling the hospital staff after A\Veronica’s death and demands that she be released from the hospital, claiming the person on the call would be guilty of murder if she did not.
It is said that police were called to the hospital on Sunday night following reports of a disturbance. In a posted video, a woman is seen demanding a police officer be allowed into the hospital to perform a “wellness check” on Wolski.
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Deadly Disease Becomes Veronica Wolski’s Cause of Death
Veronica Wolski’s cause of death was reported as COVID-19. She passed away in the early hours of Monday, September 13, the morning, being hospitalized for over a week with COVID-19.
Jan Wolfe tweeted: “Lin Wood, who still has a law license, called up a hospital, introduced himself as an attorney, and told the operator they’ll be charged with murder because they refused to dispense Ivermectin. To an anti-vaxxer pal of his who got COVID.”
According to sources, Lin Wood first announced her death on Telegram, a conspiracy theorist known as one of the biggest and most influential QAnon supporters.
Mr. Wood has recently urged his 814,000 Telegram followers, ringing up the Amita Resurrection Hospital, demanding that Wolski be treated with ivermectin instead of approved and tested drugs or vaccines.
Lin Wood explained how our responsibility is to ensure that these medical murders stop NOW and the perpetrators are brought to justice.
“Veronica will be on her bridge in Heaven looking down on us. We must do our best to make sure Veronica did not leave this Earth in vain,” wood shared.
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Reactions to Veronica Wolski’s Death
One shared: “After attempts to force a CHI hospital to treat anti-vaccine activist Veronica Wolski with ivermectin were unsuccessful, Lin Wood today calls the hospital, says that he has an ambulance outside to take her away. If they don’t release her, they could be charged with murder.”
One wrote: “New: Lin Wood was going nuts on Telegram about Veronica Wolski, a QAnon advocate who posted anti-vax messages on a bridge in Chicago. Mike Flynn was involved. They wanted her to have Ivermectin. She passed away.”
Another one tweeted: “Very sad. Some of you might know Veronica… hit pieces are being published by the media. Yes, she wanted to be treated by her dr. prescribed ivermectin. Last night an ambulance and dr. went to get her as she wanted to be discharged. The hospital refused. Sadly, she passed away.”
Will Sommer tweeted: “News in QAnon world today: Veronica Wolski, a Covid denier known for hanging QAnon signs on bridges, died of Covid last night. QAnon believers, led by Lin Wood, had been deluging the hospital with demands that she receive ivermectin. Cops were called last night amid bomb threats.”
One replied: “Then why didn’t she stay home and have her friends treat her out of the pet aisle at Walmart? Don’t go to the hospital if you don’t believe in science. I’m sure her friends were stocked up on horse paste. Since they were the experts, that’s where she should have gone.”