Ben Shapiro responded Thursday that he called an “ugly” response by some prominent pundits to the death of Herman Cain from COVID-19.
The “Ben Shapiro Show” host said, “He was a 74-year-old survivor of Stage 4 stomach cancer,” and people are watching Cain on Twitter, because, apparently, he did less than two weeks at President Trump’s rally Had attended COVID 19 before being diagnosed. “
Caine did not wear a mask at the indoor event on 20 June. Eleven days later, Cain was hospitalized after testing positive for coronovirus.
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“This is an argument for many on the left … because obviously if there’s someone whose politics you don’t like the death of COVID, then to plunge on them … it’s basically the work of our trash world Is the way to do it, ”Shapiro said.
Although tributes to Cain began to begin on Thursday morning, others began using the moment to attack Trump and his supporters. Evan McMullin, executive director of Stand Up Republic, used the news to refer to Trump’s rallies as a “science-conscious Trian cult”.
“Herman Cain was hospitalized two weeks later for coronovirus, as he was present at Trump’s Tulsa rally without a face mask. He is the first senior casualty of the science denial of the Trump cult. The question is whether this too can arouse others about Trump and the dangers of the virus, ”McMalin wrote.
“Kovid doesn’t care about partisanship,” said CNN contributor Ana Navarro-Cardenas.
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Shapiro called the response “ugly stuff” and “very, very bad news” and argued that “there is no evidence” that Cain first became infected with the virus at Tulsa’s rally.
Shapiro told the audience, “It is quite rough for people to dance like this after dying of COVID.”
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“Here’s the reality,” he went on. “A lot of it is dying people who are wearing masks and being careful and there are a lot of people in the media who are quite, we would say, cavalry about activities that people should and should not be involved in. Should, do and engage in mass rallies as long as they are for public purposes, such as our oligarchs.
“So,” Shapiro concluded, “spare me a few crocodile tears on behalf of those who are not really happy with Herman Cain’s politics.”
Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.