During Monday’s White House press briefing, press secretary Jen Psaki explained what the Biden administration is doing to combat COVID vaccine skepticism among “white Evangelicals” and “black and brown communities.”
Psaki told a reporter the administration is launching “Community Core,” which is a “program to provide fact-based messages into the hand of local messengers.”
This means they are finding outlets, groups and people willing to spew their propaganda in exchange for financial compensation.
“We are now working with more than 4,000 organizations that have signed up so far across the country,” she said. “We are also investing $3 billion into states and community-based organizations to strengthen vaccine confidence in the highest risk and hardest-hit communities.”
Psaki continued, “Often people think of that as just black and brown communities and that is not… [It’s] also conservative communities, white evangelicals, it’s a range of communities around the country.”
Next, she revealed the government’s tactics for spreading propaganda to communities who are hesitant of the experimental mRNA jab.
“What we found to be most effective is to work with these local organizations. So, faith-based organizations, community health organizations, civic leaders and others who can really get this message deeply in communities.”
Further describing the lengths the administration is going to push the emergency-approved gene therapy “vaccine,” Psaki noted, “We’ve run PSAs on ‘The Deadliest Catch,’ we’re engaged with Nascar and Country Music TV. We’re looking a range of creative ways to get directly connected to white conservative communities.”