The Galveston Daily News reports:
H. Scott Apley, a Dickinson city council member and official in the Galveston County Republican Party, has died after being hospitalized with COVID-19, officials said Wednesday in a post on the party’s Facebook page. He was 45.
“It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share the news of the death of H Scott Apley, our friend, our Patriot in Arms, our State Republican Executive Committeeman, Precinct Chair, Dickinson City Council Member,” the post stated.
Apley had been hospitalized and placed on a ventilator after contracting COVID-19, Dickinson Mayor Sean Skipworth announced in a social media post Monday.
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— Evan (@evan7257) August 4, 2021
Well let’s see if he’s got himself a Facebook account pic.twitter.com/qVQVQ8LfRo
— O (@Oil_in_TRs_h3ad) August 4, 2021
I fully support @realDonaldTrump Vetoing the Sham COVID relief Bill! We should not be sending billions to foreign countries while scraping off $600 to hurting Americans!
— H Scott Apley (@hsapley) December 22, 2020
Great news from Pfizer this morning! Their #covid19 #vaccine is efficacious for at least 6 months. Appears to work very well against B.1.351 variant (strain dominant in South Africa). https://t.co/hAgoRdrZb2
— Leana Wen, M.D. (@DrLeanaWen) April 1, 2021
You are an absolute enemy of a free people. #ShoveTheCarrotWhereTheSunDontShine.
— H Scott Apley (@hsapley) April 2, 2021
I gotta be honest. I don’t see anything about this post that is in poor taste. In fact, I think the opposite is true. I think this is a powerful and poignant illustration. Racist segregation laws were immoral, and the same is true of vaccine passport segregation laws.
— H Scott Apley (@hsapley) April 3, 2021
If you don’t see what’s wrong with it, read the backlash from thousands of people against this stupidity. Comparing a vaccine to the holocaust is brainless and makes all libertarians look as trashy and awful as the mises caucus.
— Scheirman for Congress (@VoteScheirman) April 4, 2021
H Scott Apley, chair of the Health and Human Services Subcommittee of the Platform Committee at the 2018 Texas Republican State Convention in San Antonio. pic.twitter.com/UcYCYiKRFJ
— jonathantilove (@JTiloveTX) June 12, 2018