Herman Cain dies from coronavirus complications

Herman Cain dies from coronavirus complications

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has died from COVID-19 complications. Cain was diagnosed with COVID-19 last month and admitted to the hospital on July 1, 10 days after he attended President Trump’s rally in Tulsa. Cain is survived by his wife, Gloria, and their two children, Melanie and Vincent, and grandchildren.

Timothy
Timothy
Michael
Michael 2 weeks

I can just hope, that this will wake up at least some conservative pundits. I seriously don't like the guy and don't miss him, but this human loss of life was unnecessary. They are ready to kill for the existence of a couple of cells, incapable of any meaningful experience of self, but they let grown people die or suffer through potentially long lasting after effects of this disease, just because the orange guy doesn't like to face the fact, that bad things happen and no matter how much you wish it was different and how much you want to be perfect in the eyes of everyone, you are not. The perfect president is not the guy who doesn't acknowledge the bad things, but who reacts to them in such a way, that makes everyone not just hope, but know, that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Warren Oneal
Warren Oneal 2 weeks

A grim reminder to take this pandemic seriously and maintain proper social distancing protocol.

edsamy
edsamy 2 weeks

Preventable death. COVID-19 is real. Do diligence, for those you love and for those who love you.

Csaba
Csaba 2 weeks

RIP

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