March 6, 2024 – Journalist who demanded concentration camps for the unvaccinated dies at 33

In Email/Dossier/Govt Corruption Investigations by Katie Weddington

Ian Vandaelle (Credit: Twitter)

A corporate media journalist, who controversially demanded that unvaccinated members of the public be taken away to concentration camps, has died at just 33 years old.

Ian Vandaelle died after being hospitalized and “declared neurologically dead,” his family revealed.

Vandaelle was a Canadian business journalist who worked as a reporter and editor at the Financial Post.

He was also previously a producer at BNN Bloomberg for over a decade.

However, he was known to many on social media for his pro-Covid vaccine posts on Twitter, now known as X.

Vandaelle advocated for vaccine passports and mandates and called for the firing of anyone who refused the injections.

He also suggested that unvaccinated people should be arrested and taken away to concentration camps by their governments.

Stephanie Hughes, Vandaelle’s partner, revealed that he died suddenly.


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