Vaxxed/Boosted Food Writer, 49, Who Relished “Anti-Vaxxers/Mask Dying in Legions,” Dies Suddenly from Cardiac Arrest

'I would argue that COVID does kill some of the right people. The anti-vaxxers/maskers are dying in legions,' Julie Powell tweeted in September.

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Julie Powell, a blogger turned influential food author who once celebrated anti-vax and anti-mask people “dying in legions,” died suddenly from cardiac arrest.

On Tuesday, Powell’s husband told The New York Times she died from cardiac arrest, with no other information provided.

Upon news of her death, social media users quickly highlighted an October tweet from Powell in which she appeared to celebrate Covid-19 killing “some of the right people.”

“I would argue that COVID does kill some of the right people. The anti-vaxxers/maskers are dying in legions,” Powell tweeted in response to a woman wishing death on Justice Brett Kavanaugh after he tested positive for Covid.

The tweet was highlighted by 90s one-hit-wonder group Right Said Fred and others on social media who were shocked by her untimely death.








Further research showed Powell tweeted about being vaxxed and boosted, and couldn’t wait to get another booster, despite she and her husband being sick from Covid over the past few months.





In Powell’s final tweet, made just one week ago, she also complained of developing a disease called Black Hairy Tongue.

The 49-year-old author wrote “Julie & Julia,” a book based off her experience cooking every recipe in a Julia Child cookbook which was the inspiration behind a 2009 Hollywood adaptation starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams.


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