White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made a slew of eyebrow-raising comments on Monday afternoon about targetting “white conservative communities.”
During a press briefing, Psaki spoke about the White House’s efforts to strengthen vaccine confidence in “white conservative communities.”
Psaki included the “white conservative communities” in her discussion of the “highest-risk and hardest-hit communities.”
“Often people think of that as just black and brown communities and that is not,” Psaki said. “As you’ve noted, also conservative communities, white evangelicals. It’s a range of communities around the country.”
Psaki claimed the White House has used a number of methods to get connected including getting in touch with community leaders and religious leaders among running “PSAs” during television shows.
“We’ve run PSAs on the ‘Deadliest Catch,’ we’re engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV,” Psaki added.
“We’re looking for a range of ways to get directly connected to white conservative communities. We won’t always be the best messengers, but we are still trying to meet people where they are, but also empower local organizations,” she continued.
.@PressSec on White House efforts to strengthen vaccine confidence in “white conservative communities”:
“We’ve run PSAs on the Deadliest Catch, we’re engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV” pic.twitter.com/yX51FkuSOH
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 12, 2021
Just consider her comments in full.
Now, imagine if the Trump administration said they were “targetting black communities” to educate them with PSA announcements on channels that they presume African-Americans watch and listen to.
Would could certainly argue that the Trump administration would be attacked mercilessly by Democrats and the media.
The coronavirus situation has ushered in a series of events that would probably make George Orwell look on in stunned disbelief and how Orwellian society has become in one year.
From draconian lockdowns, destruction of careers and businesses, and vaccine passports to live your life, the violations to personal freedom have been immense.
But the Pentagon now has a new idea that is supposed to be for your safety but sounds like something from a science fiction nightmare, that involves implanting a microchip into your body.
Pentagon scientists working inside a secretive unit set up at the height of the Cold War have created a microchip to be inserted under the skin, which will detect COVID-19 infection and a revolutionary filter that can remove the virus from the blood when attached to a dialysis machine.
The team at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been working for years on preventing and ending pandemics.
They assess the issues and come up with ingenious solutions, which at times appear more from a science fiction novel than a working laboratory.
One of their recent inventions, they told “60 Minutes” on Sunday night, was a microchip which detects COVID infection in an individual before it can become an outbreak.
Pentagon officials told “60 Minutes” that the Pentagon is not interested in tracking your every move, but it is certain to be a terrifying prospect to many.
Army infectious disease doctor, Retired Colonel Matt Hepburn, showed “60 Minutes” what appeared to be a tissue-like gel, that would test your blood continuously.
“You put it underneath your skin and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body, and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow,” the colonel said.
“It’s like a ‘check engine’ light,” he said.
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Author: Martin Walsh
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