The Fox News Media senior vice president, Alan Komissaroff, passed away at the age of 47. Just two weeks after having a heart attack, the journalist died. After his death, several online users began theorising that it was due to the Covid vaccination.
Alan Komissaroff’s wife, Rachael stated he died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital, and the couple started a GoFundMe to help cover the funeral expenses. During the campaign, it was reported that he had fallen into a coma and would never recover.
Originally known as 21st Century Fox Corp., Alan Komissaroff began working for the corporation in 1996. He rose up the ranks and is now responsible for the network’s political coverage, which includes the hectic coverage of Election Night.
After the journalist’s death, Suzanne Scott and Jay Wallace, CEO and president of news of Fox News Media, respectively, issued a statement. That’s what they said.
It is an unbearably sad day for those of us who had the privilege of working so closely with Alan. Alan was an invaluable leader and mentor to the Fox News Media staff. He oversaw all aspects of day-to-day newsgathering and was a constant presence during every election.
They found evidence that Komissaroff was instrumental in their coverage of the midterm elections. Those close to the organisation called the famous journalist the “ideal producer,” adding that they did not know anybody else who could be relied upon as much as he or she was on the most crucial evenings for the business.
People on the internet are debating whether or not Alan Komissaroff’s death was related to the Covid vaccination.
According to the Twitter account @DiedSuddenly_, Fox News has mandated that all workers “report their immunisation status or suffer punishment.” The tweet has been liked and shared 1,471 times and seen by 57.9k people at the time of this writing.
The journalist’s death was widely attributed to the injection of the vaccination.
Twitter user @ManInTennessee, contrary to popular belief that Komissaroff died from the vaccination, suggested that the journalist had a history of cardiac issues. According to reports, he had a heart attack in 2013. This was years before the Covid pandemic and the subsequent development of a vaccine for it.
GoFundMe was founded by Alan Komissaroff’s loved ones.
The deceased journalist is survived by his wife of almost 20 years, Rachael, and their children Ben, 17, and Olivia, 13. Eileen Orihuela set up a GoFundMe to help pay for Alan Komissaroff’s children’s higher education expenses.
The family would not have made it without Alan. He was a TV producer in New York for many years; he was dedicated to his job but his family was his top priority.
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