Susan Valentine Wiki – Susan Valentine Biography
Susan Valentine is best known for being the American conservative talk radio show host in Nashville, Tennessee, Philip Valentine. He broadcasted daily on WWTN, a Cumulus Media station. He was known in Tennessee for leading protests against a proposed state income tax. Known for his public skepticism regarding the dangers of COVID-19, Valentine became severely ill with the disease and died in August 2021.
His wife Susan was beside Phil Valentine after his condition with COVID-19 deteriorated. Phil and Susan Valentine have three sons – Carr, 28, Campbell, 26, and Douglas, 22. The Valentine family is from Nashville, North Carolina.
Their son, Mark Valentine, said he wishes wouldn’t have politicized the vaccine process. “If Trump would have been elected, the Biden people wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine,” he said. “The information has been all over the place.”
Philip Valentine COVID-19 skepticism and subsequent Death
Valentine had been against COVID-19 vaccinations efforts on his radio program. As part of this, he wrote and performed a comedy song, “Vaxman”, a parody of “Taxman”, criticizing vaccination initiatives. The song’s lyrics included the lines:
We are saddened to report that our host and friend Phil Valentine has passed away. Please keep the Valentine family in your thoughts and prayers. pic.twitter.com/vhXpE7x0oX
— SuperTalk 99.7 WTN (@997wtn) August 21, 2021
“Let me tell you how it will be, and I don’t care if you agree, Cause I’m the Vaxman, yeah I’m the Vaxman. If you don’t like me coming round, be thankful I don’t hold you down.”
He had compared vaccination status badges worn by medical workers with the yellow badges German Jews were forced to wear by the Nazis, as reported by CNN.
Valentine acknowledged he had COVID-19 on July 11, 2021, and bragged about how it wasn’t going to be a problem, claiming he might have to take a day off from it. On July 23, 2021, Valentine was hospitalized with COVID-19, in severe condition and fighting for his life. After contracting the disease, he regretted not being more vehemently ‘pro-vaccine, according to his radio station. On July 28, Valentine was placed on a ventilator to focus on treating his lungs. As of August 1, 2021, his family was reported to be seeking treatment for him on an ECMO machine. Valentine died from the disease on August 21, 2021, at the age of 61.
WTN wrote in a tweet, “We are saddened to report that our host and friend Phil Valentine has passed away. Please keep the Valentine family in your thoughts and prayers.”
Professional bodybuilder Phil Hernon is being reported to have passed away after a “sudden recent decline,” according to his partner and an Instagram post by Muscular Development. On Facebook, Hernon described himself as, “Nice person who loves to help people.” He posted pictures of bodybuilding and family. His profile picture, which was updated 22 hours before, is filled with tributes. You can read more about him here and his partner/wife here.