On a YouTube video titled "How Do You Die From Alzheimer's?", one commenter wrote:
"[R]ight grammar is[,] a [sic]
- how did a person die from alzheimer's?
...[W]rong grammar is[,] a [sic] [simplifying;EA]
- how do you die from alzheimer's?"
Looking past the egregious construction, it appears that the poster is concerned with the tense. I suppose the thought is that one cannot properly use the present tense for an act, like dying. Or else, the commenter is thinking that an analysis of death can only occur after the fact.
Is the commenter correct?