Since Black Lives Matter rioters are clearly immune from the virus, it only stands to reason that the coronavirus is a very socially aware virus. And it would never dare infect people of color, even though people of color are coming down with the virus at higher rates.
It’s social justice you know.
Students at Cornell University can use their status as a “person of color” to be exempt from the university’s flu vaccine requirement.
“Students who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a Person of Color (BIPOC) may have personal concerns about fulfilling the Compact requirements based on historical injustices and current events,” explains Cornell Health’s vaccine requirement FAQ.
Is replacing the Tuskegee Experiment in reverse really the best way to atone for it?
Either the vaccine is mandatory because it protects everyone from the virus. Or it isn’t. Exemptions from mandates for social justice reasons are not science, but the so-called public health establishment has been pushing discriminatory policies like this.
Lincoln County, Oregon, has exempted non-white people from a new order requiring that face coverings be worn in public — to prevent racial profiling.
Health officials announced last week residents must wear face coverings in public settings where they may come within six feet of another individual who is not from the same household.
But people of color do not have to follow the new rule if they have “heightened concerns about racial profiling and harassment” over wearing the masks, officials said.
All this, “some animals are more equal than others” stuff is why public health regulations have zero credibility.
It’s the same reason why public health experts and their media allies keep either ignoring or falsely claiming Black Lives Matter riots did not spread the virus even while insisting that any more conservative event did.
Public health experts continue to be the biggest threat to public health.