Marc Bernier Obituary – A traditionalist Florida radio personality who was never going to budge against taking a Covid immunization is currently dead.
Marc Bernier passed on Saturday of COVID-19 following a three-week fight, his dispossessed radio broadcast reported.
He was 65.
“It’s with great sadness that WNDB and Southern Stone Communications announce the passing of Marc Bernier, who informed and entertained listeners on WNDB for over 30 years,”
WNDB radio’s News Daytona Beach announced Saturday.
“We kindly ask that privacy is given to Marc’s family during this time of grief.”
Bernier had been beset three weeks sooner in the wake of facilitating radio television shows in Daytona Beach for a very long time, and in the wake of naming himself “Mr. Against Vax.”
He additionally said the U.S. government was “behaving like Nazis” for demanding individuals have the chance.
That broadcast appointment incorporated a morning remark, three-hour evening show, and end of the week shows and specials.
Long-term public broadcast visitor and Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood was gutted in the wake of discovering that the host had kicked the bucket at some point after 6 p.m. on Saturday.
“I’m numb,” Chitwood told The Daytona Beach News-Journal. “To me, this is a death in the family.”
Bernier’s demise was the third this month among traditionalist moderators frank against the Covid immunization.
He was gone before eight days sooner by Phil Valentine, a 61-year-old traditionalist live radio personality in Tennessee who taunted Covid immunizations yet changed his tone subsequent to becoming ill. He combat the illness for a month.
Additionally having a shift in perspective, before his halted, was Dick Farrel, a previous Newsmax analyst and all-around Covid denying, immunization safe conservative radio moderator.
The South Florida radio personality passed on of COVID-19 entanglements on Aug. 6, at age 65, in the wake of urging fans not to get the immunization, calling the whole Covid emergency a “trick demic.”
Both Farrel and Valentine asked companions and adherents to get the immunization as the infection surrounded them and said they lamented not doing it without anyone else’s help.
Bernier, addressing a visitor about seven days after the Pfizer punch was supported for crisis use in December, was resolutely against it, however it wasn’t clear how he felt toward the end.