Conservative radio host who spurned vaccines, mocked AIDS patients dies of covid-19
Enyart, who described himself as a “right-wing religious fanatic” who began broadcasting around 1991, built an audience on the extremist fringe of talk radio, broadcasting more than 6,000 radio and TV programs in 80 cities, according to his report. website. His appeal was built in part by questionable, abusive and sometimes hateful acts towards the LGBTQ community. He once accused an openly gay radio veteran of endangering colleagues by inviting his hepatitis-stricken partner to a staff picnic, according to a 1999 profile in westword.