Multiple Comedians Die From COVID After Attending ‘Clean Comedy Challenge’ In Indiana

At least three comedians have died from COVID-19 in August after attending The Clean Comedy Challenge at Gutty’s Comedy Club in Indiana.

Rest in peace to Ron Barnett, Jason T. Goodall, and Patrick Andonie. Who knows how many others in this photo have gotten sick or may die from this.

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3 thoughts on “Multiple Comedians Die From COVID After Attending ‘Clean Comedy Challenge’ In Indiana

    1. I figured that there had to be more casualties other than the ones publicly shared. None of this had to have happened. They could’ve required vaccinations to participate (as well as what the comedy club asked for its audiences). That it was all in the name of “clean” comedy to own dirty-mouthed comedians…it’s just too much.

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