After NY Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a public education campaign on Wednesday directed at tackling minority skepticism of vaccinations, Dr. Anthony Fauci reached out to his “African American brothers and sisters.”
“To my African American brothers and sisters,” he said. “The vaccine that you’re gonna be taking was developed by an African American woman. And that is just a fact.”
Does Fauci think black Americans will be comforted by this news?
One Twitter user compared the government’s parading of the African American doctor to the woman who headed the infamous Tuskegee experiments.
African American nurse Eunice Luarie was the coordinator of the controversial experiment which resulted in over 100 deaths of black men.
A Black nurse helped administer the vaccine for the Tuskegee experiment. Listen Family, I hope none of y'all is gonna out like “willy lump lump” (dated myself) pic.twitter.com/b7wgoU3foJ
— Malik Be.. (@MalikRashaun) December 10, 2020
Meanwhile, in actual Africa, people have been voicing their unwillingness to go along with a Bill Gates COVID vaccine for months now.
During a protest in July, demonstrators in South Africa rallied against COVID-19 test trials being carried out by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s GAVI Alliance.
With Democrats publicly announcing an “education campaign” aimed at brainwashing “black, brown and poor people” into accepting vaccinations, this is likely just the start of the pandering.