Dallas, TX — Harrison Hill Smith, a Texas resident, recorded his interaction on Saturday in which he was denied access to monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19.
In the video, he is denied the treatment with the admission that the denial was for him being white.
“So, I’m not going to be able to get it today?” Smith asks, which the staff members says was correct. “I’m being denied medical service because of my race?” Smith follows up. The staff member admitted that was correct.
Later, a friend of Smith called the Texas Infusion Hotline to ask if it was true that they were using race-based criteria, which the operator admits was correct.
“There’s eligibility criteria’s that we go by, and African American and Hispanic are high-risk ethnicity groups,” the operator says. “So, that would be a qualifier, but that does not mean we don’t give it to white people. So, we’re prioritizing more vulnerable populations.”
Congressman Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky) posted the call and stated: “Denying people life-saving medical treatment based on ethnicity is not ok.”
Massie also asked if the “divisive policy” was from President Joe Biden or Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott, and the documents he included suggest it is under Abbott’s watch.
Both a document from Tarrant County and North Central Texas (NCT) state that their monoclonal antibody infusion centers are established by “state-funded” programs. It is also unlikely the Biden administration would allow this treatment because it actually appears to be effective as described by Dr. Peter McCullough.
Both infusion center documents list the criteria including being 65 or older, obese, pregnant, chronically ill, currently receiving immunosuppressive treatment, have hypertension or cardiovascular disease, lung disease, sickle cell disease, neurodevelopment disorders, having a medical related technological dependence or in a high-risk ethnic group, specifically black or Latino.
The woke medical establishment has been at work. The Centers for Disease Control has a CORE Health Equity Science and Intervention Strategy which states: “Health equity is when everyone has the opportunity to be as healthy as possible. To achieve health equity, multi-sectoral efforts are needed to address the severe and far-reaching health disparities that plague our nation by expanding access and removing the social and economic obstacles that lead to poor health outcomes. These barriers include poverty, poor housing, and unsafe or unhealthy environments, as well as lack of access to good jobs, quality education, and comprehensive, high quality health care.”
The American Medical Association (AMA) is also in the race hustling game with a strategic plan for to “Embed Racial Justice and Advance Health Equity” between the years of 2021 and 2023.
“We acknowledge that we are all living off the taken ancestral lands of Indigenous peoples for thousands of years,” the AMA states. “We acknowledge the extraction of brilliance, energy and life for labor forced upon people of African descent for more than 400 years. We celebrate the resilience and strength that all Indigenous people and descendants of Africa have shown in this country and worldwide. We carry our ancestors in us, and we are continually called to be better as we lead this work.”
The AMA adds: “Our AMA’s Center for Health Equity imagines a new way forward for the AMA and U.S. health care that values people equally and treats them equitably. We envision a nation in which all people live in thriving communities where resources work well; systems are equitable and create no harm nor exacerbate existing harms; where everyone has the power, conditions, resources and opportunities to achieve optimal health; and all physicians are equipped with the consciousness, tools and resources to confront inequities and dismantle white supremacy, racism, and other forms of exclusion and structured oppression, as well as embed racial justice and advance equity within and across all aspects of health systems.”
This race-based criteria comes on top of the medical establishment’s discrimination against the unvaccinated with stories from several American states of patients denied life-saving transplants because they don’t want to submit to the jabs.
Does anyone really believe the establishment actually cares about health?
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