TEXAS. (THECOUNT) — Former game show host and staunch conservative, Chuck Woolery, asked his roughly 650,000 Twitter followers on Saturday if they personally knew anyone suffering from COVID-19 virus.
The Blind Force podcast host via Twitter:
@chuckwoolery: I have about 650,000 followers. Do any of you know someone with the Coronavirus?
I have about 650,000 followers. Do any of you know someone with the Coronavirus?
— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) March 14, 2020
Nope. My wife is also an ER/ICU nurse and hasn't seen a single person yet.
— The Process (@madcow251) March 14, 2020
No … but evidently people think Eggo Waffles can protect you from it.
Today at the grocery store 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/CiSBttnEsa
— WestCoastConservative 🇺🇸 (@WC_Conservative) March 14, 2020
Chuck I'm an ER nurse in Washington state. Testing tons of people now but no positives….just lots of panic overwhelming our staff in the ER!!
— MinnesotaConservative (@pdpdop1) March 14, 2020
In Seattle too. And I don’t even have a friend of a friend of a friend of friend that has it.
— Kelso (@boottapper) March 14, 2020
I do know plenty of people with TDS, however
— Dr. Cameron Pridgen (@drpridgen) March 14, 2020
Nope. My friends consist of doctors, nurses, teachers, fireman, police and Disney cast members from all over the US. No one has been affected
— Deb D ⭐⭐⭐ (@DebOnceasinger) March 14, 2020
Does anyone know someone, personally, who has contracted the COVID-19 virus? Share this poll and let’s see how real this “pandemic” is.
— Joe The Butcher🇺🇸 (@joe_the_butcher) March 14, 2020
I’m an ER nurse. No positive tests here and we don’t wear masks while we work. We’ve handled worse than this.
— Rochelle (@roewithme) March 15, 2020
Charles Herbert Woolery is a former game show host, talk show host, and musician. He has had long-running tenures hosting several different game shows. Woolery was the original host of Wheel of Fortune (1975–1981), the original incarnation of Love Connection (1983–1994), Scrabble (1984–1990, and during a brief revival in 1993), Greed on Fox from 1999 to 2000, and Lingo on GSN from 2002–2007 – wikipedia.