With the news that baseball legend Hank Aaron received the experimental Moderna mRNA injection about 2 weeks before his death at the age of 86, people are naturally inquiring as to whether long-time talk show host Larry King, who just died at the age of 87, also received one of the non-FDA approved experimental COVID mRNA shots?
Larry King had reportedly been in the hospital due to the fact that he had tested positive for COVID19.
Reporter Dave Jordan (@DJNYC1), a friend of Larry King’s son, Larry King Jr., tweeted on January 15, 2021:
I just wrapped an interview with my friend Larry King Jr. He tells me his dad @kingsthings is expected to fully recover from #Covid19 & will receive the vaccine before he is released from the hospital.Dave Jordan then published an interview with Larry King Jr. on Spectrum News on January 20, 2021, where he reported:
Larry Sr. is 87 years and had several health challenges over the years and because of the virus, he was hospitalized for several days. King says his father is still in the hospital but is on the road to recovery.
“He’s getting all the protocols and knock on wood we’ll have him out in the next couple of days,” he said. (Source.)
Larry King Sr. died three days later on January 23, 2021.
So if he was still in the hospital on January 20, 2021 and “on the road to recovery” and set to be released in the “next couple of days,” but was also scheduled to “receive the vaccine before he is released from the hospital,” is it not a legitimate question to ask if he did indeed receive one of the experimental COVID mRNA injections?