Fox News anchor John Roberts panicked and deleted a tweet suggesting Colin Powell’s death ‘raises new concerns’ about Covid vaccine efficacy.

General Colin Powell, former secretary of state and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, died Monday from coronavirus.

Powell, 84, was fully vaccinated.

John Roberts fired off a tweet Monday that prompted immediate backlash from the Covidian cult.

“The fact that Colin Powell died from a breakthrough COVID infection raises new concerns about how effective vaccines are long-term.” – Roberts tweeted Monday morning before deleting the post.

Perhaps Roberts’ handlers at Fox weren’t too happy he questioned Big Pharma.

Roberts fired off a series of tweets praising Covid vaccines.

“I plan to get a booster as soon as possible.” Roberts said.

As we all know, the FDA is now recommending boosters for certain people, and I personally know a number of people who have had breakthrough infections – some of them, quite troubling. Yes, Powell had myeloma, but I was still stunned to hear of his passing from COVID….

— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) October 18, 2021

..we live in the same town, and we would occasionally run into each at the local sandwich shop. His death is a loss for our community and our country.
I plan to get a booster as soon as possible.

— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) October 18, 2021

A reporter for MNNBC attacked John Roberts and said Colin Powell’s death underscores how effective the vaccines are.

Powell was 84. He had cancer. Additionally, the fact that he is perhaps the only real high profile breakthrough death we know about only underscores how effective the vaccines are. It doesn’t raised questions about it. https://t.co/X0Ju24qTN0

— Sam Stein (@samstein) October 18, 2021

The post Fox News Reporter Panics, Deletes Tweet Suggesting Colin Powell’s Death ‘Raises New Concerns’ About Covid Vaccine Efficacy appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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