Washington Post editorial page editor Fred Hiatt, a bloodthirsty neocon who used his position to shill America into the war in Iraq and push forced vaccines, died on Monday after suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.
— Fred Hiatt (@hiattf) July 15, 2021
From the WaPo editorial board: Covid-19 is the No. 1 killer of police officers. Unions are supposed to protect their members’ health and welfare. So why do their unions oppose mandating vaccines? @postopinions https://t.co/1Njn2UTSEG
— Fred Hiatt (@hiattf) October 15, 2021
From the WaPo editorial board: Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, a Republican, has descended to a jaw-dropping level of cynicism. Fining local governments that impose vaccine mandates… promoting false claims about life-saving vaccines… @postopinionshttps://t.co/2P7BaJR68t
— Fred Hiatt (@hiattf) September 14, 2021
Today the Washington Post and the world lost an exceptional journalist and remarkable man: long-time Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt. I will miss his thoughtfulness, professionalism, and warm friendship. Our thoughts are with his beloved family at this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/NoATYyyy7A
— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) December 6, 2021
We at @postopinions are devastated at the loss of our leader and our friend, Fred Hiatt. Fred was the soul of our section, as kind as he was smart, the antithesis of pompous, the finest judgment, the finest person. https://t.co/KtZsJZwNfV
— Ruth Marcus (@RuthMarcus) December 6, 2021
Hiatt, 66, “had sudden cardiac arrest on Nov. 24 while visiting his daughter in Brooklyn, said his wife, Margaret ‘Pooh’ Shapiro, and did not regain consciousness,” the Post reported.
Hiatt’s vaccination/booster status is not clear but as we all know, the sudden surge in heart disease throughout the West is purely a coincidence.
Hiatt published “at least” 27 editorials pushing for war in the six months preceding the invasion, according to PBS’s Bill Moyers.