Anti-Vaxx Couple Dead of COVID – ‘Alabama Pickers’ PLUCKED!

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A married Alabama couple known for their reselling videos on YouTube under the name “Alabama Pickers” have both died of COVID.

Dusty and Tristan Graham lived in Huntsville, where they would often post videos about various tips and tricks to reselling vintage items like clothes and home decor. They sold on eBay under the username, bama4348.

Dusty died Thursday, almost three weeks after his wife did, according to the GoFundMe page set up by one of their children.

“Unfortunately, Dusty and Tristan have both passed away,” Windsor Graham posted on the page. “Thank you all for your kind words and helping us during this difficult time. We will be using the money to pay for funeral expenses.”

One of the last videos the married couple posted on their now deleted YouTube channel was about how they wouldn’t get the vaccine.

It was later reposted on Vaxx Mann’s channel, which is connected to a website titled SORRYANTIVAXXER.COM, dedicated to sharing stories of people who have gotten COVID and died, or came close to dying after sharing their anti-vax beliefs.

“I’ve got my own passport. It’s called the ‘Bill of Rights,’” Dusty said in the video around the 41:30 mark. “I think this will be all behind us in a couple of years.”

Dusty later spelled out the word vaccine and said that it was actually a form of immunity therapy they were giving people.

The pair then talked about everything they had survived already, including bone cancer, in Tristan’s case.

They also talked about COVID and the vaccine at length on their deleted channel.

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Tristan died on Aug. 25 in her sleep, according to the GoFundMe page. Two days later, Dusty started a GoFundMe for her expenses on the 27th, while still in the ICU himself.

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Trust is a situational luxury and never really a good idea. Overrated. You don’t need it.
    It’s nice if you have it, but it is very particular and idiosyncratic. The desire for trust, should mostly be viewed as suspicious, because generally trustable things do not desire it at all.
    Our institutions have demanded trust, and ostracized those who question. It is relatable what the anti-vaxxers fear. But, situationally, trust has nothing to do with the vaccine. It is folly to trust the big pharma, and it is folly to trust anyone who tries to convince others not to take the vax. The situation is obvious,….trust has nothing to do with it. Or at least it shouldn’t.

    • The corollary of trust (in anyone) is lack of fear. But, we all fear something or someone. Overcoming that fear goes with full self acceptance and then acceptance of others. These folks still had fear in their hearts. It just may have been for the wrong thing. If you think the shots work and reduce odds of death, that is your best option. Then, move on fearlessly.