Courtesy of the New York Post:

A Florida teenager who died of the coronavirus attended a party at a church with 100 others just two weeks before her death, a report said Monday.

Carsyn Leigh Davis, 17, of Fort Myers, was at the church function last month where “She did not wear a mask [and] social distancing was not followed,” according to the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office report on her death.

The teen, who had several preexisting conditions, died on June 23 after testing positive for COVID-19.

The medical examiner’s report, obtained by the Fort Myers News-Press, details how the girl’s family treated her at home, with unproven drugs, for nearly a week before taking her to the hospital.

She had struggled with a number of health issues over the years, including a rare nervous-system disorder that resolved when she was five, obesity and an auto-immune disorder, the report states.

Her mother, Carole Brunton Davis, also stated in a Facebook post that her daughter was a cancer survivor, the News-Press previously reported.

The medical examiner found that the girl’s nurse mom and her father, a physician assistant, gave her azithromycin — an antibiotic being studied as a potential COVID-19 treatment — as a protective measure against the virus, the News-Press reported.

On June 13, a couple of days after the church event, the girl developed a headache, sinus pressure, and mild cough, which the family assumed was the result of a sinus infection, the report states.

Then on June 19, the teen’s mom noticed that she “looked gray” while sleeping — and gave her an unspecified dose of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria drug hailed by some, including President Trump, as a possible treatment for COVID-19.

What in the hell?

Her parents work in the medical profession they should have known better.

And if it can be proven that they were convinced that these unproven drugs would save their daughter by Donald Trump’s propaganda, then he should be held partially accountable for her death. 

I think this proves that even well-educated people can be suckered into making fatal mistakes by the troll who lives in the White House.