Candace Owens attempts to slam a private business for refusing to provide her a COVID test, but it backfires.
‘A private institution, it seems to me, is just practising the same freedom of choice you claim to believe in.’
Candace Owens, a far-right pundit and ardent vaccination sceptic, was allegedly refused a COVID test by a private business in Colorado.
In their rejection, which Owens put online along with her rebuttal, the business highlighted her blatant disrespect for the epidemic. The email conversation has a lot of people laughing and pointing out Owens’ hypocrisy.
Also, For many years, the far-right has promoted Owens as a poster child for conservative values. In 2017, she flipped from liberalism to conservative almost overnight, and she’s used her platform to advocate her opposition to Black Lives Matter, abortion, and feminism.
Owens has become a widely hated figure online as a result of her sudden shift in political beliefs, as well
as her outspoken disdain of the problems confronting Black Americans.
When the 32-year-old posted the email conversation on her Instagram and Twitter accounts, it sparked
considerable ridicule, especially given her repeated efforts to dismiss COVID-19 as nothing more than a
“mild chest cold.”
On a vacation to Aspen, Owens allegedly tried to arrange a COVID test. Owens will most likely need bi-
weekly COVID testing to sustain her lifestyle due to her unwillingness to receive a publicly accessible and
Many airlines and public places now demand evidence of vaccination, a negative COVID test, or at the
very least, the wearing of a face mask. Owens’ refusal to wear a mask or be vaccinated indicates that she
is becoming used to COVID testing.
Her request for a test via a private firm in Aspen, however, was turned down. The company’s owner
seemed to tell Owens that the meeting had been cancelled in an email response to her attempted
Also, Suzanna, the business’s owner, went on to add that her company “cannot endorse anybody who has
deliberately tried to make this epidemic worse by disseminating disinformation, politicising and
DISCOURAGING the use of masks, and actively discouraging people from getting life-saving vaccines.”
The only other Aspen clinic with availability, according to the letter, is the “free kiosk outside city hall.”
The email said that it is completely accessible to Owens, but that the result timings are “inconsistent”
owing to the requirement to “send their testing to Texas.”