In a bizarre string of events, another GOP member suspiciously dies from “COVID” according to the establishment media.
Another GOP Politician Dies
There have been several young and newly elected Republican lawmakers suddenly die from “COVID” the past couple of weeks. The latest to meet an early end is a Pennsylvania state lawmaker who was recently elected to serve as the Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus chairman in the 2020-21.
Republican Rep. Mike Reese “died peacefully with his family by his side Saturday afternoon at Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg following an apparent brain aneurysm,” Rep. Kerry Benninghoff, the Majority Leader, said in a statement.
A Young Life Gone
Reese was only 42 when he passed away.
But despite the ruling of a COVID death, Reese died of a brain aneurysm that Democrats are blaming on the virus.
The GOP member first began his political journey in 2008 when he was elected to the state House. He gained rank and served as the House GOP caucus secretary in the 2019-20 session.
“More than a friend to all of us, and one of our caucus leaders, Mike was a devoted husband and father,” Benninghoff said, calling Reese “a model legislator who thoughtfully put his constituents first.”
On December 7th, Reese announced that he tested positive for COVID-19. He was quarantined for a week since he learned he was exposed to the virus.
Sadly, Reese leaves behind a wife and three children.
People are Skeptical
It is possible that the string of events featuring young Republicans dying is just an unfortunate incident. But some are thinking shady business is going down and wonder what might really be going on.
In less than 24 hours:
Virginia state Sen. Ben Chafin Jr. dies after "contracting Covid-19"
Pennsylvania House Representative Mike Reese dies of apparent brain aneurysm.
I report. You decide. pic.twitter.com/0iGEdcVMFD
— Major Patriot (@MajorPatriot) January 2, 2021
As the 2020 election still goes on, many on the left are willing to do anything to regain full control and they are using the coronavirus to try and do so.
Many are sending prayers and good thoughts to the GOP members who were gone too soon the past few weeks.