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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

The real problem is minorities refusing the vaccine

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, white people make up 60% of the U.S. population. 

Also according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, white people make up 65% of the vaccine takers.

So why is the Biden administration pushing the narrative that white Trump supporters are refusing to take the vaccine when the problem is minority Biden supporters?

Well, that question self-answered.

The Washington Times reported, "White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is currently engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV, among multiple other venues, in an effort to reach White conservatives who may be hesitant to get vaccinated against COVID-19."

That is nice but the real problem is only 8% of the people vaccinated are black. 12% of the nation is black. 11% of the people vaccinated are Hispanic, who make up 18% of the population. 5% of the people vaccinated are Asian, who make up 6% of the population.

Many are the reasons for this. The old were the first in line for vaccines and the older population is more white than the general population.

KFF blamed supply not demand for the disparity.

It said, "As observed in prior weeks, there is a consistent pattern across states of black and Hispanic people receiving smaller shares of vaccinations compared to their shares of cases and deaths and compared to their shares of the total population. 

"For example, in California, 23% of vaccinations have gone to Hispanic people, while they account for 55% of cases, 47% of deaths, and 40% of the total population in the state. Similarly, in the District of Columbia, black people have received 37% of vaccinations, while they make up 49% of cases, 69% of deaths, and 46% of the total population. However, the size of these differences varies across states, with smaller differences observed largely in states that have smaller shares of Hispanic and black residents overall."

Those statistics raise another question: Why are black and Hispanic people not taking precautions to avoid the spread of covid 19?

When a group of people are 40% of the population and 47% of the deaths (as Hispanics are in California) then that group is doing something wrong.

When a group is 46% of the population and 69% of the deaths (as black people are in DC) then that group is doing something wrong.

The lower vaccination rates indicate a lack of interest in stopping the spread of covid 19.

It is nice to have NASCAR and Country Music TV run "Get Vaccinated, Honkies" PSAs, that ignores the deadlier problem of convincing Biden supporters to get vaccinated.

Kamala Harris is part of the problem.

Last September, she said she would not trust a Trump vaccine, as CNN put it.

That anti-vaxxer message did not expire on Election Day because she tainted the entire development of the three vaccines that President Trump brought forth.

Of course, getting people vaccinated is not the goal of the Biden administration's outreach. This is an attempt to shame Trump supporters.

The only goal of Democrats is to obtain and maintain power, which is why everything is politicized now, including vaccinations.

36 comments:

  1. Wait...so you’re saying minority deaths from the Wuhan Lung Rot are disproportionately HIGHER than those of White Stripe? DAMMIT, THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!! BLACK LIVES MATTER! KICK CHINA OUT OF THE UN!! CHINESE REPARATIONS FOR THE FAMILIES OF MINORITIES KILLED BY COVID!!!

    We were being played a year ago. Some of us are STILL being played. That Bill Gates is one sick fook. However, not even Jeff “Dr. Evil” Bezos can stand against the Lord.

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  2. Smith's Law: Whosoever cries racism or bigotry first loses the argument.


    (No, Stoop-E.D., Godwin's Law deals with mentioning Nazis.)

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    1. Daniel Horowitz broke down the racial and ethnic disparity on death rates awhile back on Conservative Review. It was quite good. A lot of it has to do with location and other factors, not race or ethnicity.

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    3. Stoop-E.D.

      You always give yourself away.

      Same principle, moron.

      Goes back to the old Chinese Proverb about he who raises his voice first is the one losing the argument.

      The way you're doing now.

      And nobody ever heard of Smith's Law.

      Godwin's, everybody knows.

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    4. I borrowed that beautiful nickname from Richard H. It fits. Idiot.

      "And nobody ever heard of Smith's Law."

      You have. You just mentioned it by name.

      *mic drop*

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  3. “Of course, getting people vaccinated is not the goal of the Biden administration's outreach. This is an attempt to shame Trump supporters.

    The only goal of Democrats is to obtain and maintain power, which is why everything is politicized now, including vaccinations.”

    I am greatly appreciative of the blinding truth of Don’s post.

    The Democrats and their Corporate Propagandists constantly complained (and still do today) that President Trump was polarizing and divisive; but President Trump worked non-stop to unite all Americans based on Patriotism and Love of Country.

    President Trump only criticized those Americans who publicly attacked him and his supporters (including very early on, in a way that I appreciated but ticked off GOPe snobs, John McCain); and non-Americans (Mexican and other nationality illegal immigrants ARE NOT Americans; even though the Democrats I know call them the “New and Better Americans”).

    On the other hand, Democrats since the rise of Obama have gone out of their way to demonize, stigmatize, and ostracize those Americans who do not support Democrats’ efforts to “fundamentally transform” the USA into a Socialist Authoritarian Hellhole.

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    1. People aren't getting vaccinated because it's untested.

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    2. No, people ARE getting vaccinated IN SPITE OF it being untested.

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    3. Don't try to talk sense, Randy, you'll confuse Stoop-E.D.

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  4. Why halt the vaccination of J&J when 6 women have serious reaction and avoid the 2000+ deaths from Pfizer and Moderna? For what purpose? To make sure most people are vaccinated with the rdna?

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    1. Yep. Something is up there. Probably sterilization to get rid of all the "wrong" people (i.e. people of color, etc.) Democrats are elitist eugenics racists.

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  5. I'm going with donks don't care about minorities except at election time. Now that they have perfected mail in fraud, they don't need the minorities sucking up resources they can funnel to their fiends.

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  6. While we argue about vaccines, vaccines, vaccines, people all over the world are using Ivermectin for prevention and cure at all stages. https://trialsitenews dot com/in-far-flung-places-covid-19-is-being-treated-early-and-well-heres-why-americans-dont-know-this/

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    1. BTW, ivermectin is available on Amazon. Vet meds are the same quality as people meds.

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    2. BTW, ivermectin is available on Amazon. Vet meds are the same quality as people meds.

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  7. Ya nothing I like better than cleaning my gun while watching NASCAR, listening to country music, eating my turkey sandwich on white bread with cool whip while drinking Milwaukee’s Best. Those Biden people sure do have me pegged.

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    1. not sure if idiot or not. Sarcasm doesn't work well in print.

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  8. My wife, nurse of 50 years' experience, worked 5 years in communicable disease and says you haven't tested a vaccine if you haven't taken 2 years to do it.

    Especially if the disease has a 99+% survival rate and it's not a vaccine, but gene therapy.

    Don talks about how the lying dogfaced pony soldier is stealing the credit for Trump's accomplishment. Let him. As I've said, this is the first vaccine with a body count.

    Whites don't trust an Administration that had to manufacture votes by the 10s of millions. Blacks remember Tuskeegee. This is where all the race-baiting comes back to bite them.

    Not hard at all.

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  10. "So why is the Biden administration pushing the narrative that white Trump supporters are refusing to take the vaccine when the problem is minority Biden supporters?" Because all they can do is LIE to us, and we all KNOW they are lying to us.

    "When a group is 46% of the population and 69% of the deaths (as black people are in DC) then that group is doing something wrong." Nooooo, they REMEMBER what happened at the Tuskeegee "experiment."

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  11. Yeah. You take it. I'll check back with you in a year. The _one time I got a flu shot I was sick every other week. This crap, who knows what's in it.

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  12. Maybe Occam’s razor is at play. Maybe people just don’t want to take the vaccine. Maybe people don’t want to take any vaccine like the annual flu shot.

    This is from the all knowing CDC’s web site - “ 2019–20 flu season. Vaccination coverage with ≥1 dose of flu vaccine was 63.8% among children 6 months through 17 years, an increase of 1.2 percentage points from the 2018–19 flu season, and flu vaccination coverage among adults ≥18 years was 48.4%, an increase of 3.1 percentage points from the prior season. Half (51.8%) of persons six months and older were vaccinated during the 2019–20 season, an increase of 2.6 percentage points from the prior season.”

    I don’t take a flu shot. I am not taking a Chinese Virus shot. I am not alone.

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    1. What The Schlongman Said. Cantankerous old fook that I am, my Spider Sense tingled like an Icy Hot when The Regime started tying The Vax to all sorts of “privileges” like sitting in a golf cart with another person. WHAT THE BLOODY HELL?!?! Sod off, Swampy!!

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    2. With you Master of Lard, and "Z" Man. It ain't gonna happen!

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    3. Took the Moderna version. No trouble here a month later. Other than an odd "999" welt showing up on my hand.
      (Yes, recycled joke.)

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  13. Again to Surber--you should know that sarcasm doesn't work in print. Not sure if serious.

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    1. Actually it does if you have a modicum of reading comprehension.

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  14. The media blathering endlesly about the "Tuskegee experiment" I'm sure doesn't help.

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