“I’m Covered In Jesus’ Blood!” Woman’s Utterly Bizarre COVID-19 TV Rant

“I’m Covered In Jesus’ Blood!” Woman’s Utterly Bizarre COVID-19 TV Rant

As our very own Bondi Beach drama recently showed, some people are just utterly dumb to the dangers of COVID-19 and the importance of self-isolating.

Take TV footage out of the US yesterday that takes ignorance to a whole new and staggeringly dangerous level.

At a church in Ohio in the US’ midwest, a CNN TV reporter spoke to members of a church congregation who were driving home having just attended a service despite fears of catching the virus.

The reporter asked one woman why she’d attended despite being in the midst of the pandemic and potentially being infected or infecting others.

To which the woman responds: “I wouldn’t be anywhere else. I’m covered in Jesus’ blood. All these people go to this church. They could get me sick but they’re not because I’m covered in his blood.”

The US currently has a staggering 363,000 coronavirus cases – the most of any country in the world – and has suffered 10,759 deaths.

Check out the madness below:

And, yep, the religious crackpot found few supporters on social:

 

 

 

 

 

 




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