After New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced a public education campaign aimed at tackling minority skepticism about vaccinations, Dr Anthony Fauci contacted his “African-American siblings” .
“To my African American brothers and sisters,” he says. “The vaccine you are going to take was developed by an African American woman. And that’s just a fact. “
Does Fauci think black Americans will be comforted by this news?
One Twitter user compared the parade by the African-American doctor’s government to the woman who ran the infamous Tuskegee experiments.
African-American nurse Eunice Luarie was the coordinator of the controversial experiment that resulted in the deaths of more than 100 black men.
A black nurse helped administer the vaccine for the Tuskegee experiment. Listen to my family, hope none of you come out as “willy lump lump” (went out with me) pic.twitter.com/b7wgoU3foJ
– Malik Be .. (@MalikRashaun) December 10, 2020
Meanwhile, in real Africa, people have been expressing reluctance to accept a COVID vaccine from Bill Gates for months now.
During a protest in July, protesters in South Africa rallied against COVID-19 test trials carried out by the GAVI Alliance of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
With Democrats announcing publicly an “education campaign” aimed at brainwashing “blacks, browns and poor” by accepting vaccinations, this is probably only the beginning of pimping.
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