Scathing obituary calls out Trump's COVID-19 response
Texas widow blames President Trump and politicians "who did not take this pandemic seriously" for her husband's death.
Stacy Neji calls her husband David, a fun loving guy. He would, uh, talk to strangers, and I'm always going. Oh, my God. You know, I mean, I get embarrassed for them. It was love at first sight. Three weeks later, we were married and together 20 years until David lost his battle with Cove in 19. The whole time I'm telling him, Ah, you know, fight Day by please fight this. Don't give in to it, okay? You have to make yourself get better. The 79 year old passed away in the I. C. U in July. Stacy struggles with loss of the love of her life. Every day I'll cry every single day. All start thinking about him. I tried to concentrate on the happy stuff, but then I just started thinking about how he's not here. Thought that makes her angry. And that anger coming through on the obituary she wrote for her husband had everybody had been doing what they were supposed Teoh, he'd still be alive. In her local newspaper, Stacy blamed David's death on the quote, selfish people who refused to wear masks, claiming it was their right. Do not wear them. I'll tell you, I don't remember reading that one in the Bill of Rights. Yeah, it's your right not to wear a mask and go out and kill people with your germs. The widows words Catching the attention of national news and social media. I happened to look up in the Google David Neji obituary, and it was like pages of articles from all these places. Her family's loss putting a face to the issue of wearing masks. If I'm suffering with my grief, I mean, look at all the other families, bringing David's passing to the spotlight. But for good reason. He was a private person, and he's probably embarrassed as hell right now. Okay, but I bet you anything he's proud of me and keeping her husband's memory alive. Jenna Jordan Fox, 33 News