CDC head Rochelle Walensky has officially declared racism to be "a serious public health threat," which suggests her agency could soon be planning to roll out a "vaccine" to fight it.
After fake crying during a Zoom meeting about how scary the Chinese virus is to her, Walensky is now shifting gears to highlight the "disproportionate impact" of Chinese germs on "communities of color."
"The disparities seen over the past year were not a result of Covid-19," Walensky claims.
"Instead, the pandemic illuminated inequities that have existed for generations and revealed for all of America a known, but often unaddressed, epidemic impacting public health: racism."
According to Walensky, the "well-being of millions of Americans" is being negatively impacted by white people, in turn affecting "the health of our entire nation." The only cure is to be even more racist against white people.
"Racism is not just the discrimination against one group based on the color of their skin or their race or ethnicity, but the structural barriers that impact racial and ethnic groups differently to influence where a person lives, where they work, where their children play, and where they worship and gather in community," Walensky alleges.
"These social determinants of health have life-long negative effects on the mental and physical health of individuals in communities of color."
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Moving forward, the CDC under Walensky is planning to waste gobs of American taxpayer dollars studying the "impact of social determinants on health outcomes." The CDC under Walensky is also planning to "make investments in racial and ethnic minority communities to address disparities related to Covid-19 and other health conditions."
To show just how serious it is about discriminating against white people, the CDC has even launched a new web portal called "Racism and Health" that claims to "serve as a hub for the agency's efforts and a catalyst for greater education and dialogue around these critical issues."
According to Wikipedia, Walensky was born as Rochelle Paula Bersoff to Edward Bersoff and Carol Bersoff-Bernstein. She is married to Loren D. Walensky, a physician-scientist, and she and her Jewish family are members of Temple Emanuel in Newton, Massachusetts.
"Across this country, people are suffering," Walensky whined during a recent public appearance. "Importantly, these painful experiences and the impact of Covid-19 are felt, most severely, in communities of color."
Back in June, former mayor of Boston Marty Walsh declared racism to be a "public health crisis" in that city specifically. Since that time, more than 170 local and state leaders, along with public health agencies, have done the same.
When she is not fake crying on Zoom about Chinese germs and lamenting about "racism," Walensky reportedly keeps busy pushing leftist governors to once again "close things down" in order to stop the spread of "infections."
"So when you have an acute situation, extraordinary number of cases like we have in Michigan, the answer is not necessarily to give vaccine," Walensky maintains.
"The answer to that is to really close things down, to go back to our basics, go back to where we were last spring, last summer ... to flatten the curve, to decrease contact with one another, to test ... to contact trace."
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