Herman Cain died 35 days after testing positive for COVID-19. Is it true that during that time frame he actually felt better or believed he had recovered? Is this common for COVID-19?
Answered by: Jerry Hicks,former Test Engineer (NASA Viking Mars Lander) at KWEST (1971-1972)
Herman Cain was an extremely successful and wealthy ($6 million) black man and staunch Republican. Health-wise he may have been on the edge. In 2006, Cain had stage 4, colon cancer which metastasized in his liver. Surgery and chemotherapy put the cancer in remission.
Cain attended the June 20th “2020 Trump Tulsa Rally” where people did not wear masks. He later visited Arizona where Covid cases were spiking. On June 29, he was diagnosed with Covid. After four weeks hospitalization, Cain died July 30, 2020 at the age of 74. He was born Dec. 13, 1945.
Answer: Cain’s death fits the pattern for Covid caused deaths. He had chronic health issues, did not protect himself utilizing social distancing and a mask. He paid the price for his foolishness, which shows, in my opinion, how brilliant people can get their brain wiring crossed just as easily as the less gifted. May he rest in peace with no regrets.