A “COVID death” that seems completely FAKED, for propaganda purposes

Celia Farber notes that there is something really strange about this Facebook story of another “COVID death,” posted by one Lisa Steadman, who may or may not actually exist. Below is Celia’s prefatory email, followed by Colleen McGuire’s analysis.

My take: That ostentatious “Trump 2020” meme posted at the top, and the would-be-poignant heavy hint that “Ron” would be alive today, if only he (“he”?) and “Lisa” hadn’t had those “doubts” about COVID “vaccination,” and had got their shots,
which would have protected both of them (not). So typical of those dumb, racist, freedom-loving Untermenschen who want Trump to be this nation’s president.

In short, it looks and smells a lot like just more COVID “vaccine” propaganda; though it could also be a scam by “Lisa Steadman,” since she’s cadging for donations at this sad time in her life.

Or maybe it’s both. In any case, there’s something deeply wrong with it; and even if it’s true, there’s something wrong with it, since there’s no evidence that “Ron” or “Lisa” actually had COVID-19, or that “he” died of it; and if he did have it, he would not have died of it if he took Ivermectin early on.

One could go on (and on, and on) about the utter madness of all this, and the enormous lies that brought it on. So I will say no more (but will be interested in your thoughts).


From Celia Farber:

Look at “Lisa Steadman” on FB. Story is she found her husband dead of COVID after coming back from hospital (of course, with COVID. I think she is a fake person. VERY bizarre FB page. The husband has many different faces and bodies and so does she. 

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When I scroll through Facebook posts of deceased persons, such as, Dr. Joshimar Henry, one of the ten African Americans featured in your article, “Don’t Black Lives Matter?”, or a teen-age Philadelphia football player Ivan Hicks, the deceased are showcased in a lovely portrait style as a death announcement.   In contrast, Lisa Steadman’s Facebook “announcement” of her husband Ron’s death is an August 25 post uploaded at 11:56 pm showing the video of her seen from a TV resting on her dresser.  It is a crude way to tell the world your loved one has passed. 

In Facebook posts of deceased, typically they are filled with comments from family and close friends.  You can just tell they are close friends by the love they express for the deceased.  This is not the case with those who have posted on Lisa Steadman’s Facebook page. 

In Lisa’s About page she lists 8 family members, and yet not a single one of her family members has posted a single word of sorrow or loss.   Instead, when you read their comments, they are all about sympathy for Lisa, nothing like “Ron was a great guy,” “Ron and I will always be buddies” or other such sentiments that one typically finds of FB posts expressing sorrow for a friend who has died.  

The commenters to the TV broadcast post don’t even seem to have a bond with Lisa.  You get the sense that none of them honestly know her as there are no intimate exchanges.  Indeed, a number of comments are from outright strangers, including a Washington Post reporter reaching out to her. 

From Peggy Jacobs “I just saw you on 13.  love you girl”  

From Cindy Falkey:  “Lisa, I just read your story. I’m so very sorry for your loss! Please accept my sincerest sympathies. Please consider contacting your homeowners insurance company, many times there is coverage for content loss.”

Dana Attkisson Croy:  “I just read your story. I am so sorry for your loss.”

Kris Bey:  “I read u your story from the NY Post. I’m so sorry for your loss.”

Erin Gray:  “Just read your story and I am so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine.”

Emily Husted:  “I have no clue how I happened to come across your post about you or beloved hubby on my Facebook page. Kindness goes along way, even if you don’t physically know the person don’t comment hatred, those people that are posting mean and hurtful things have a very dark soul, very heartless. But if they were in this situation they would be asking for help, prayers, etc. Losing a love one is very heartbreaking, regardless of how the person passed away, a death is a death regardless of age. Report, block those people. Sending hugs and prayers from pennsylvania.”

August 25 is the same day that Lisa posted at 8:15 pm that she came home that day from the hospital.  None of the people wishing her well and prayers in her 8:15 pm post are the same ones expressing sympathy in the August 25 11:56 pm post.  

Strangely, Lisa’s several posts after Ron’s death (i.e., after August 25) do not focus on Ron and in no way telegraph grief. 

Lisa Steadman does have another Facebook page called Lisa’s Memorial/Loss Fundraiser FB page .   None of the donors seem to be family or friends and Lisa’s expression of loss for her husband does not seem heartfelt or genuine.  The first post is less about mourning Ron and more a pitch for payments. 

If Lisa Steadman did have a husband named Ron who died, her Facebook posts are in poor taste.  If she did not have a husband named Ron who died, legal authorities should investigate her for fraud. 

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