Marcus Lamb, an anti-vaccine Christian broadcaster, died Tuesday from Covid-19. This was weeks after he contracted the virus.

Lamb was the co-founder and CEO of the Texas-based conservative Christian Daystar Television Network that has been a vocal opponent of coronavirus vaccines.

The broadcaster, who was born in Cordele, Georgia, becomes the latest conservative radio hosts who has publicly shared anti-vaccine views, or views against virus measures, to succumb to Covid-19.

Marcus Lamb, anti-vaccine Christian broadcaster (pictured, File photo), has passed away from Covid-19, his channel reported Tuesday. This announcement came weeks after he contracted the virus.

“It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Marcus Lamb, founder and president of Daystar Television Network went home to the Lord this morning,” the network stated in a tweet posted Tuesday.

The family wishes to keep their privacy as they mourn this loss. Keep praying for them.

Lamb’s news comes several weeks after Jonathan Lamb filled in as his dad on a November 23 broadcast and asked his listeners for their prayers for his recovery.

Joni Lamb, Marcus’ wife called into the hospital to request that viewers pray for clear lungs.

‘It’s like, you’ll just be up and everything’s great, and then you have a little lull, and then you come down low and then you come back up, but from everybody that I talk to — I think that’s the pattern,’ she said over the telephone.

We can feel people’s prayers. She added that you should pray specifically for him to get rid of the Covid pneumonia. Also, ask for an increase in his oxygen levels so we can take him off oxygen and bring him home.

'It's with a heavy heart we announce that Marcus Lamb, president and founder of Daystar Television Network, went home to be with the Lord this morning,' the network said in a Tweet posted on Tuesday, along with a picture of Lamb with his wife Joni

‘It’s with a heavy heart we announce that Marcus Lamb, president and founder of Daystar Television Network, went home to be with the Lord this morning,’ the network said in a Tweet posted on Tuesday, along with a picture of Lamb with his wife Joni

Jonathan Lamb described his father’s Covid-19 infected as a spiritual attack by the enemy to “take down” his father.

According to NBC News, the network is worth $230 million and has dedicated hours to anti-lockdown activists and groups.

The Lamb family broadcasted an hour in July 2020 to discuss censorship and the Covid pandemic. It featured the misinformation group America’s Frontline Doctors.

Daystar broadcast in May a show of an hour featuring Robert F. Kennedy Jr., whose family was quick to rebuke his anti-vaccine opinions as far back as May 2019.

Kennedy was recently banned by Instagram for posting Covid vaccine misinformation, and was found in March to be one of 12 Facebook accounts posting around two-thirds of the anti-vaccine social media content.

The virus claimed the lives of at least four conservative radio talk-show host who were anti-vaccine or anti-mask views.

Pictured: Marcus Lamb (right) during a broadcast with his son Jonathan (left)

Pictured with Jonathan Lamb (left), Marcus Lamb during a radio broadcast

Marc Bernier (65-years-old) was one of them. He self-described him as Mr. Anti-Vax’.

Another were Phil Valentine (61) who was a well-known radio host from Tennessee; Jimmy DeYoung (81) who was also a Christian preacher, who was also based there, and Dick Farrel (65) who worked on a few radio stations in Miami Beach, Florida.

Bob Enyart was a former pastor at Denver Bible Church and conservative Christian radio host. He also died September after contracting Covid.

Enyart was a staunch opponent of the Coronavirus vaccines and restrictions such as mask mandates.

His strong faith led to him being a controversial radio host and pastor. He was also a fierce critic of the LGBT community and the pro-choice movement.

His Real Science Radio program featured the ex-pastor who lamented the hospitalizations of COVID-19 victims and gave advice about how to get rid of the virus.

Also in September, popular podcast host Joe Rogan, who has also downplayed the need for coronavirus vaccines and touted ivermectin as a treatment, also announced he had tested positive for Covid-19. 

Vaccines are still the best and safest way to protect against serious side effects and consequences of Covid-19.

Pictured: : A sign at a drug store advertises the COVID-19 vaccine on November 19, 2021 in New York City. On Friday vaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention voted unanimously in recommending a booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccines for all adults in the United States six months after they finish their first two doses

Pictured: : A sign at a drug store advertises the COVID-19 vaccine on November 19, 2021 in New York City. Six months following the completion of their two initial doses, the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention recommended that every adult in America receive a booster shot with the COVID-19 vaccinations.

The CDC released a September study that found vaccines could still prevent the hospitalization of people with high-infectious Delta variant infections.

A separate study carried out in Britain found that those who are vaccinated are less likely to spread the coronavirus to others if they do become infected.

With the emergence of the potentially even more infectious Omicron variant of concern spreading rapidly in southern Africa, the CDC reinforced its advice about Covid-19 booster jabs on Tuesday, saying all eligible adults should get them.

Israel’s Health Chief claimed, however that Omicron should not be spread to people who have had their booster Pfizer Covid vaccination or who received their second jab in the last six months.

Nitzan H. Horowitz, Minister of Health, stated Tuesday that there was “room for optimism” based only on “initial indications”.

An Israeli news channel reported that the Pfizer jab had been 90 percent effective in preventing Omicron symptoms, which is slightly more than Delta. 

Are there any anti-vax radio hosts that died of Covid? 

Marc Bernier of station WNDB of Orlando, Florida

Marc Bernier from station WNDB in Orlando, Florida

Marc Bernier  

Bernier was the long-running figure of Daytona talk radio.

In August, he was admitted for Covid. His station announced his passing via social media on August 29.

Bernier was known as Mr. Bernier had called himself Mr.

News Daytona Beach stated that Marc Bernier was a great entertainer and informant for listeners of WNDB over the past 30 years. 

Phil Valentine

Valentine, a talk radio host from Nashville, told his listeners that he had been diagnosed with Covid in July 11.

A talk radio host in Nashville, Valentine told his listeners he was diagnosed with Covid on July 11

Valentine was a Nashville talk radio host who revealed to his listeners that Covid had diagnosed him on July 11, 2012.

In August, after fighting the virus for over a month and finally succumbing to the disease in August, the man’s family reported that he regretted not having received the vaccine earlier. 

Valentine recommended previously that those with chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease should receive the vaccine. However, he stated that it was safer to not get it for people at low risk.

WTN Radio stated that Phil Valentine, host of WTN Radio, had passed away. Keep the Valentine family in mind and your prayers.

Dick Farrell

Farrell, Florida’s radio host, was one of those who criticized the vaccine the hardest.  

On July 1, Farrell claimed that two people he knew who had received the vaccine were later hospitalized

Farrell stated that two of his friends who received the vaccine on July 1st were admitted to hospital.

His claim that two vaccine-infected friends were hospitalized on July 1 was based upon his assertions.

Vaccine Bogus Bull Shid! – Two friends of mine got vaxxed. They now have Corona and were hospitalized in critical. Moderna, THANK YOU FOR NOTHING

Amy Leigh Hair posted on Facebook, following Farrell’s death, that Farrell had told her to get the vaccine once he was discharged from hospital.

‘Covid Took One Of My Best Friends! RIP Dick Farrell. He’s the reason that I took this shot. He sent me a message and said to me, “Get it!” The virus was serious and he told me to get it. She agreed. 

Bob Enyart   

Conservative Christian radio host and former pastor of Denver Bible Church Bob Enyart died on Monday aged 62 after contracting Covid on September 1

Bob Enyart (conservative Christian radio host, former pastor at Denver Bible Church), died Monday after suffering from Covid.

Bob Enyart was a former pastor at Denver Bible Church and conservative Christian radio host. He died from Covid.

Enyart opposed the Coronavirus vaccines. He also opposed restrictions, such as the mask mandates. Enyart is one of a number of radio hosts who have been suffering from Covid.

His strong faith led to him being a controversial radio host and pastor. He was also a fierce critic of the LGBT community and the pro-choice movement.

His Real Science Radio program featured the ex-pastor who lamented the burden COVID-19 patients imposes on hospitals. He also offered some advice about how to get the virus out of the Bible.

Fred Williams was Enyart’s friend, and co-host of The Show. He announced Enyart’s passing on Facebook Monday with a post that has since been deleted.

Williams said, “It is with an extremely heavy soul that my friend and cohost at Real Science Radio has lost the battle against COVID,” 

Enyart became well-known in the 90s through his TV series Bob Enyart Life, during which he regularly read out the obituaries from deceased men with AIDS.