We can bring this issue right down to the local level.

I don’t know how many more tragic examples we need to get hit right between the eyes with before the truth will finally sink in? People are dying needlessly when they refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

Today, we report about the latest anti-vaccine radio personality to die from COVID-19 during the Delta variant surge.

Conservative Colorado radio host Bob Enyart, who publicly urged his listeners to boycott COVID-19 vaccines, has died from COVID-19 at age 62, TPM reported.

Enyart is the fifth anti-vaccine radio personality to die from COVID-19 in recent weeks.

Fred Williams, Enyart’s “Real Science Radio” co-host, announced the death on Facebook, writing that “it comes with an extremely heavy heart that my close friend and co-host of Real Science Radio has lost his battle with COVID.”

Wiliams called Enyart “one of the smartest, and without question the wisest person I’ve known. All the while being exceedingly kind and humble, and always, always willing to listen and discuss anything you wanted.”

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Enyart previously publicly announced that he and his wife would not take the vaccines, because he said fetal cells had been used in the creation of the vaccines.

He urged his listeners not to take the vaccine.

Enyart, who was also a pastor, successfully sued the state in October over Colorado’s health orders on face masks at religious services.

Williams confirmed on his Facebook page that he and Enyart worked on-air together for 15 years and did 750 shows together.

He also served as the spokesman for American Right to Life, which describes itself as the “abolition wing of the pro-life movement,” according to The Denver Post.

According to his website, Enyart hosted more than 6,000 radio and TV shows across 80 cities and is in the top 5% of all authors for book and video sales.

Before becoming a pastor and talk show host, Enyart designed software for Army helicopters and worked at Microsoft as a computer analyst.

Radio talk show hosts Marc Bernier, Phil Valentine, Jimmy DeYoung Sr. and Dick Farrel also died from COVID-19, each having taken harsh public positions against the vaccine on their respective radio programs.

Before dying, Farrel and Valentine expressed regret for not getting the vaccine, according to their family members.

It is my hope and prayer that others will take notice and consider making changes going forward.

SOURCES: Fred Williams Facebook page, TPM, The Denver Post, Bob Enyart website.

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