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It’s the Wrong Waaaaaaccine!

I can’t decide what’s more pathet­ic: That Black com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers are turn­ing the COVID vac­cine into a white suprema­cist con­spir­a­cy issue, or that the MMMs are tak­ing them seriously.

Offi­cials are wor­ried about wide­spread “vac­cine hes­i­tan­cy” among the Black and Lati­no com­mu­ni­ties. Up to 35% of folks in either com­mu­ni­ty say they don’t trust the gov­ern­ment and don’t want to be vaccinated.

Now I won­der why that is? Could it be that Louis “Vial of Death” Far­rakhan’s been telling every­one the COVID vac­cine is poison?

Oh, and with Face­book and Twit­ter crack­ing down on mis­in­for­ma­tion, did they do any­thing to stop Far­rakhan? Don’t make me laugh.

Could be that the Democ­rats and MMMs open­ly encour­ag­ing BLM riots all last year, remind­ing them that the vio­lence and loot­ing and arson were all more than jus­ti­fied since the US has been try­ing to mur­der them all since 1619?

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And it cer­tain­ly can’t be that The Usu­al MMMs Cul­prits have spent the last year pro­claim­ing that the white suprema­cist Trump admin­is­tra­tion delib­er­ate­ly mis­man­aged the pan­dem­ic in an attempt to exter­mi­nate peo­ple of col­or, can it?

Nah. We just don’t know why they don’t trust their bet­ters when we encour­age them to get vac­ci­nat­ed. It’s a mystery.

Any­way, so now we’ve got com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers in LA and else­where com­plain­ing about their com­mu­ni­ties get­ting the “bad” vac­cine vs. the “good” vac­cine (the “good” vac­cine being the two-dose Pfiz­er- or Mod­er­na-brand vac­cine, while the “bad” vac­cine is the sin­gle-dose John­son & John­son vac­cine). The con­tention seems to be that if the John­son & John­son vac­cine takes half as many injec­tions, it’s only half as effec­tive. Nev­er mind that the CDC encour­ages every­one to take advan­tage of whichev­er brand they can ASAP, the only dif­fer­ence being that the “bad” vac­cine is more convenient.

They’re not actu­al­ly get­ting the “bad” vac­cine, mind you—they’re just angry that they might get it.

Accord­ing to LA Times:

“That they are going to put John­son & John­son in our com­mu­ni­ties real­ly feels like a slap in the face,” said Corey Matthews, chief oper­at­ing offi­cer of Com­mu­ni­ty Coali­tion. “It just doesn’t feel like it is the best shot. It feels like a sec­ond-class shot.”

And gov­ern­ment offi­cials are just mak­ing it worse (sur­prise!) by insist­ing that

A. The vac­cines are both just as effec­tive; one is not bet­ter than the oth­er, and

B. They total­ly pinky promise they won’t give any Black or Lati­no com­mu­ni­ties the “bad” vaccine.

And to top off this per­fect storm of a dog turd sun­dae, LA Times decid­ed the best way to help quell the local com­mu­ni­ties’ fears is to help com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers con­nect with the med­ical pro­fes­sion­als arrang­ing for the vac­ci­na­tions and…

Just kid­ding! LA Times is instead broad­cast­ing their their com­mu­ni­ties’ para­noia nation­wide so it can help scare the day­lights out of oth­er inner-city com­mu­ni­ties all over the country.

When the hell did we turn into a nation of psy­chot­ic crybabies?

Stogie Lopez

Stogie's real first name is Benita, but her nickname, for obvious reasons, is Stogie. She has forgotten more than you'll ever know about politics.
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