There have been more than 200000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States, and the country's fatality rate is around three percent of all reported cases.
It's a sad state of affairs and at this point, almost everyone has been affected by the pandemic in one way or another.
When Stacey Nagy's husband, David, died due to coronavirus complications, she was devastated. After she grieved the loss of her longtime love, she began to fume.
Nagy took pen to paper and wrote an obituary for her late husband that was so scathing and stark, it is still relevant today, months after it was published. “He was a private person, and he’s probably embarrassed as hell right now,” Nagy said in an interview with kxan . “But, I bet you anything he’s proud of me.”
“I hope that people just wise up,” Nagy said. “There are too many people that have died, and if I’m suffering with my grief, look at all the other families crying for their loved ones, too.”
Stacey Nagy says she wrote an obituary for her husband's coronavirus death where she blamed President Trump, Texas Gov. Abbott, and those who do not wear masks because she felt a need to "put the blame where it belonged."
In the obituary, things start off pretty typically, speaking to his diagnosis and who he left behind, but those last three paragraphs pack a punch.
“Family members believe David’s death was needless,” Nagy said.
Stacey made sure to explain who she blames for the death of her husband. She calls out Trump and other politicians for not taking the pandemic seriously.
“The blame for his death and the deaths of all the other innocent people falls on Trump, Abbott and all the other politicians who did not take this pandemic seriously and were more concerned with their popularity and votes than lives.” Nagy doesn't stop there either, she also places blame on: “the many ignorant self-centered and selfish people who refused to follow the advice of the medical professionals, believe their ‘right’ not to wear a mask was more important than killing innocent people.”
"Shame on all of you, and may Karma find you all!"
David, who was born in California, leaves behind his wife and children, as "as well as numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and friends".