A Texas man has been denied monoclonal antibody treatment for covid because he is white.
Harrison Hill Smith, the host of American Journal, revealed the shocking race-based medical rationing scheme in a series of posts Saturday on Twitter.
“If I were black or Hispanic then I’d be able to qualify?” Smith asked a black female medical worker.
“That’s right… yup,” the medical worker responded.
“I’m being denied medical service because of my race?” Smith said.
“That’s the criteria,” she said.
Where's the black or hispanic criteria coming from?https://t.co/VwKZij3IuA— H0ratio H0rnBl0wer (@H0ratioHornBlow) November 13, 2021
So if you're white, under 65 with no underlying conditions "research shows you should be able to fight off covid." So…um, yeah, that's kinda what we've been saying in regard to mandated vaccines. https://t.co/eHJ4zo2dXN— Lizzy 'jump kick man' Lasher 💥 (@Lizzylasher7) November 13, 2021
“Every US state has been advised to consider ethnic minorities as a critical and vulnerable group in their vaccine distribution plans, according to Centers for Disease Control guidance,” The Daily Mail reported.
“As a result, half of the nation’s states have outlined plans that now prioritize black, Hispanic and indigenous residents over white people in some way, as the vaccine rollout begins.”
I asked at the time, “How long will it be before white people are denied other medical treatments just because of their race?”
It hasn’t even been one year!