News One reports:
Candace Owens’ reported absence at an event in Texas because of a “sudden illness” has sparked rumors that the conservative anti-vaccine champion may have come down with COVID-19 after spending more than a year dismissing it as nothing more than a hoax designed to infringe on freedoms enjoyed by Americans.
Owens, who has bragged about traveling internationally for months and sleeping next to her husband after he tested positive for COVID-19 without contracting the coronavirus, has called herself a “scientific miracle” who is “proud” to go unvaccinated and repeatedly questioned the COVID-19 vaccine‘s effectiveness and worth.
Owens returned to Twitter this afternoon to claim that she’s actually “at the top of an Aspen mountain” where cellphone signals are poor. That has prompted many to wonder why she would have scheduled a Texas speech in the middle of a family vacation to the mountains of Colorado.
This might rank as the best conspiracy theory ever drafted about me.
Unfortunately for you— I’m at the top of an Aspen mountain with my family and limited reception.
I’m still proudly unvaccinated and unmasked.
And you are the definition of a leftist loser,@kenolin1. pic.twitter.com/eQbaMhlair
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) August 30, 2021
Genuine question – why would you pull out of speaking engagements for what is seemingly a planned vacation?
— Franklin Twain (@FranklinTwain) August 30, 2021
@Sudden illness” on Friday and now on top of a mountain, hmmmm?? Sounds like someone lied. That’s enough for me.
— Redwine Charms (@redwinecharms) August 30, 2021
So you pulled out of speaking engagements to go to Aspen?
— algex (@algex4) August 30, 2021
You should switch to the freedom phone. I heard the reception is tremendous.
— Victor_Eremita (@VictorEremita2) August 30, 2021
Then why did they say you had a “sudden illness?” And if you’re at the top of an Aspen mountain and not in the hospital, prove it with a picture, Our Lady of Superior Immunity.
— Sunny_Daze (@Sunny_Burl_Daze) August 30, 2021