The point of the thread was not to delight in fat people dying. But rather to remind everyone that many people delude themselves into thinking the extreme gluttony they have in their lives is in fact healthy. It is not.
The elephant in the room - no pun intended for real - that no one wants to acknowledge is that the United States has probably the best reactive healthcare in the world bar none, meaning that if you are on the verge of dying from some trauma, we can save your life 97% of the time. But we have an almost complete lack of preventative healthcare, especially in the realm of personal health care.
I would like to know how many of these 'COVID DEATHS' between 18-65 were people with Type 2 Diabetes, heavy smokers, heavy drinkers, or morbidly obese.