Cirsten Weldon is a late writer, former model and “QAnon promoter” based in Florida, as a friend revealed on social media.
The Daily Beast reported that Weldon was a “QAnon promoter who urged both her followers and strangers she passed on the street not to take the COVID vaccine” and gave her cause of death as COVID-19.
A friend, Ricky Rebel, who recorded online shows with Weldon, confirmed on Facebook that Weldon, known on social media as Cirsten W or CirstenW, had died. “Cirsten W is dead,” wrote Ricky Rebel in a Facebook post with video. Her death spawned more conspiracy theories. In the Post he tearfully claimed: “My friend is gone. I can’t believe she’s gone … it’s so sad. I do not know why. I think she died from COVID or maybe from pneumonia. I think she’s gone. Apparently she was in a hospital and I didn’t know which one when she spoke to me on the phone … ”
Ricky Rebel thought she was going to heal, and then I get … all this messages that say she is dead. It’s just so mysterious to me … you killed her … I know you did it. He didn’t say who he meant and didn’t provide any evidence. “Something is suspicious … She was just too close.”
Heavy has contacted the Ventura County Coroner’s Office to confirm Weldon’s death and obtain the cause of death and all reports. The Daily Beast reported that she died in California despite saying she was from Florida on social media.
According to the Daily Beast, known on social media as “Cirsten W”, she recorded videos with Roseanne Barr and developed a following among “pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theorists”.
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You can find Weldon’s Instagram page here. A week before her death, in January 2022, she posted a photo of her being plugged into oxygen in a hospital bed and wrote, “Nearly died of bacterial pneumonia in the California hospital.”
You can check out some of their videos on Bitchute.
In one of her latest videos, she coughed on video and declared, “I’m still exhausted.”
“Life goes on,” she said.
Part of the video was about Dr. Anthony Fauci. “Who the hell is Dr. Fauci,” she said in the video.
“He really, really gets on, okay … nobody likes him.”
She said she was very weak and had “not eaten in days”. She also said of the Democrats: “That’s how crazy they got.”
She started her video “Good Morning Patriots”. In a second video, she also stated that she was exhausted and weak and said that she had “no strength”.
According to the Daily Beast, she once said Fauci had to be “hung by a rope” and claimed the vaccine had killed people.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise, “COVID-19 vaccines were developed using decades of science. COVID-19 vaccines are safe – much safer to get than COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines are effective at preventing serious illness from COVID-19 and limiting the spread of the virus that causes them.
In conclusion, CDC: “Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccines under the most intense security surveillance in US history. CDC recommends that you get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. “
On her LinkedIn page, Weldon describes herself as “the author of #IntelDrop’s best-selling book, #INFLUENCER. Amazon #IntelDrops best-selling book. “
She wrote that she was from Sarasota, Florida. Their “About” section states, “New Zealand, NYC, Hawaii, Calif, Singapore, Georgia, Tennessee, and now Florida Residential Properties.”
As an author, she wrote: “After 3 weeks and 32,000 sales, Amazon decided to destroy my # IntelDrops book, which reveals #Newsweek, #CNN and #CIA and now #CIA #Amazon.”
Her death didn’t stop conspiracy theories. “RIP Cirsten Weldon ‘CirstenW’ – a true patriot warrior,” wrote a woman on Facebook. “She died of bacterial pneumonia today in a California hospital. She was purposely not allowed to take any medication that would help her heal. DO EVERYTHING TO AVOID GOING TO THE HOSPITAL NOW !! “
A man named Chris Thomas wrote on Facebook: “RIP Cirsten Weldon alias CirstenW -Jan.6 😢 Cirsten W was a well-known activist and Intel collector / journalist. Best known for finding credible information that exposes pedophiles and high-ranking government officials like the Clintons, Jeffrey Epstein, and Bidens, the list goes on. You can add her death to the 50 mysterious deaths related to people who exposed the Clintons. I knew deep down that someday they would get her … she knew too much. And she had credible sources … you’re missing, RIP Cirsten – glad you knew Jesus. “
However, a man named Roger Carrier wrote on Facebook: “No sympathy. Qtubers are a threat to America. You suffer from a dangerous mental illness. “
For 19 years she was a “celebrity interior designer” at Eurasian Designs, according to the LinkedIn page. By 2013 she worked for a bespoke carpet line in Honolulu, Hawaii for three years.
She was also CEO of “Cirsten Weldon Centerfold Wine Line” and Asian Director of Sales and Spokesmodel for Arasys Perfector Ion Magnum Inc.
She wrote that she was also a spokesperson and model for an infomerical for a product that promotes health and longevity.
According to her LinkedIn page, Weldon also worked as an interior designer for “Before an Afternoon Movie” for the USA TV Network, as a spa director and as a presenter for the “Stunning Spaces TV Show” in Singapore.