Stewart Rhodes is in isolation after testing positive for the virus

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes tests positive for Covid-19, delaying trial at least a day, he told his followers: ‘I’m feeling better, and I’m not alone.’

Stewart Rhodes told his followers he would have to delay his trial over Covid-19, because he had tested positive.

The former leader said he would have to go into isolation for a “couple of weeks” and that he was still having trouble breathing.

Rhodes has now been taken into extra surveillance after learning last weekend that he had tested positive for the virus.

On Friday, Rhodes had told his followers: “I’m feeling better, and I’m not alone… I’m working harder, and that makes me feel better.

“However, I am in isolation, and as I mentioned in my last tweet, I’ll need to go into extra surveillance for the next week.

“I’m still a bit worried about how contagious the virus is, and that makes me very anxious, but I’m doing my best to keep my routine as normal as I can.”

On Saturday Rhodes said: “We’ve been having a lot of updates recently, and I’m not sure if I’m doing the right thing in telling you.

“We’re all in an anxious limbo right now. But, in the last few days, we’ve had a lot of updates, as well as my own update yesterday evening.

“I test positive for the virus, and my diagnosis is Covid-19. I’m being monitored, as I was yesterday. This is a very fluid situation. I will take this situation as it comes.

“I hope that when I get back on my feet again, I can be of some use to my fellow Oath Keepers.”

He went on to say: “I’m not giving up on the Oath Keepers, though, and if I can, I want to be able to help the Oath Keepers and help America.”


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