Who remembers Ryan White, a boy with HIV who had to fight to attend school? Ryan's law was passed in 1990, to prevent discrimination against people with HIV. We call them Human Beings. I saw a Tweet yesterday, Princess Diana shaking the hand and hugging a man with advanced AIDS at a time when people with AIDS were considered the lepers (more on leprosy in a moment) in the 1980s. The photo was scandalous.
One of the lighter moments a President gets to preside over is inviting winning athletes to celebrate their prowess. I think President Trump made the news for serving Big Macs instead of fancy food, didn't he? He sure knew his audience. The 2023 Biden White House discriminated against the College Athlete Day participants who were not vaccinated for Covid. They had to socially distance and wear a mask. That makes for a nice photo op, doesn't it? Photographer says, "Hey you in the mask, can you scoot over a bit to fit in the shot," and a White House staffer screams, "Stay away!!!" ( I made that up.)
Unvaccinated, healthy, vigorous, successful college athletes were made to drink from a separate water fountain. And I do not bring up Jim Crow law horrors glibly. That WAS America. Blacks lived in a parallel America. Separate and unequal. Whites praised the vile treatment. People with HIV AIDS lived in a shameful America. Isolated. Feared. And people without a Covid vaccine are still being subjected to a discrimination condoned and encouraged by the Medical Community, Public Health and those at the highest levels of government. The President of the United States.
Oh, the Leprosy mention? The CDC has worked hard to end the stigma of this biblical scourge. People with leprosy who are being treated with antibiotics can live a normal life among their family and friends and can continue to attend work or school. But your healthy, under or unvaccinated students can NOT. Remember this. Forever.
Masks are back at the White House.
Even in 2023, well after all available evidence has confirmed that masks are completely ineffective at stopping COVID, the Biden administration just won’t quit.
President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are inviting national championship teams from NCAA Division I, II and II to the White House on Monday.
Both men’s and women’s teams will be honored by the administration for their accomplishments.
Unless they’re unvaccinated, of course.
Beyond masks, unvaccinated guests will be punished with “social distancing,” combining multiple disproven pseudoscientific restrictions.
Fox News acquired a copy of the COVID protocols, and they are unbelievably absurd.
“Masking Guidance: Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask on the White House grounds,” the email states [bold font in original email]. “Guests who are not fully vaccinated must wear a mask at all times and maintain at least 6 feet distance from others while on the White House grounds.”
It’s hard to imagine a less justifiable set of policies than this. But it makes perfect sense coming from a COVID extremist administration that promoted Dr. Fauci and got every major policy question wrong.
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Dr. Pierre Kory
Ivermectin is a dirty word in the media. It doesn’t work. It’s a deadly horse dewormer. Prescribe or promote it and you’ll be called a right-wing quack, be banned from social media, or lose your license to practice medicine. And yet, entire countries wiped out the virus with it, and more than ninety-five studies now show it to be unequivocally effective in preventing and treating Covid-19. If it didn’t work, why was there a coordinated global campaign to cancel it? What’s the truth about this decades-old, Nobel Prize-winning medication? The War on Ivermectin is the personal and professional narrative of Dr. Pierre Kory and his crusade to recommend a safe, inexpensive, generic medicine as the key to ending the pandemic.
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