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As of July 4, the country was just shy of reaching President Biden’s goal of having at least 70% of adults vaccinated with one or more doses of the COVD-19 vaccine, with 67% of the population 18 years of age or older receiving at least one dose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this represents a marked achievement and is leading to steep declines in COVID-19 cases and deaths, vaccination coverage—and the protections provided by it—remains uneven across the country. In particular, Black and Hispanic people have had persistently lower rates of vaccination compared to their White counterparts across most states. These lower vaccination rates leave Black and Hispanic people at increased risk for infection, illness, and death, particularly as new variants, like the Delta variant, spread.

 

Thanks to @NeoConvict for the tip. 

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21 minutes ago, Str8tEdge said:

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As of July 4, the country was just shy of reaching President Biden’s goal of having at least 70% of adults vaccinated with one or more doses of the COVD-19 vaccine, with 67% of the population 18 years of age or older receiving at least one dose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this represents a marked achievement and is leading to steep declines in COVID-19 cases and deaths, vaccination coverage—and the protections provided by it—remains uneven across the country. In particular, Black and Hispanic people have had persistently lower rates of vaccination compared to their White counterparts across most states. These lower vaccination rates leave Black and Hispanic people at increased risk for infection, illness, and death, particularly as new variants, like the Delta variant, spread.

 

Thanks to @NeoConvict for the tip. 

The 'Trump supporters are vaccine hesitant' has always been an invention of the media. Blacks, for good historical reasons, are the most reluctant to get the Fauci ouchie and it has nothing to do with poverty. The shot is free and readily available in urban communities. It didn't help that prominent leaders like Harris fed off these fears while campaigning by saying she wouldn't trust a vaccine developed under a racist Trump administration.

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9 hours ago, NeoConvict said:

The 'Trump supporters are vaccine hesitant' has always been an invention of the media. Blacks, for good historical reasons, are the most reluctant to get the Fauci ouchie and it has nothing to do with poverty. The shot is free and readily available in urban communities. It didn't help that prominent leaders like Harris fed off these fears while campaigning by saying she wouldn't trust a vaccine developed under a racist Trump administration.

Sup lefties? Looks like you guys are the problem. When are democrats gonna get vaccinated???

 

@Pastafarian let’s get those vaccines passports going to isolate blacks to their  inner cities, right? 

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10 hours ago, Str8tEdge said:

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As of July 4, the country was just shy of reaching President Biden’s goal of having at least 70% of adults vaccinated with one or more doses of the COVD-19 vaccine, with 67% of the population 18 years of age or older receiving at least one dose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this represents a marked achievement and is leading to steep declines in COVID-19 cases and deaths, vaccination coverage—and the protections provided by it—remains uneven across the country. In particular, Black and Hispanic people have had persistently lower rates of vaccination compared to their White counterparts across most states. These lower vaccination rates leave Black and Hispanic people at increased risk for infection, illness, and death, particularly as new variants, like the Delta variant, spread.

 

Thanks to @NeoConvict for the tip. 

 

1 hour ago, Str8tEdge said:

Sup lefties? Looks like you guys are the problem. When are democrats gonna get vaccinated???

 

@Pastafarian let’s get those vaccines passports going to isolate blacks to their  inner cities, right? 

@calguy? Do you think blacks watch Hannity and listen to McConnel?

 

Loks like your false narrative of who's not getting vaccines has been decimated by facts. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 9:04 AM, Str8tEdge said:

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As of July 4, the country was just shy of reaching President Biden’s goal of having at least 70% of adults vaccinated with one or more doses of the COVD-19 vaccine, with 67% of the population 18 years of age or older receiving at least one dose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this represents a marked achievement and is leading to steep declines in COVID-19 cases and deaths, vaccination coverage—and the protections provided by it—remains uneven across the country. In particular, Black and Hispanic people have had persistently lower rates of vaccination compared to their White counterparts across most states. These lower vaccination rates leave Black and Hispanic people at increased risk for infection, illness, and death, particularly as new variants, like the Delta variant, spread.

 

Thanks to @NeoConvict for the tip. 

 

On 7/20/2021 at 6:46 PM, Str8tEdge said:

Sup lefties? Looks like you guys are the problem. When are democrats gonna get vaccinated???

 

@Pastafarian let’s get those vaccines passports going to isolate blacks to their  inner cities, right? 

 

On 7/20/2021 at 7:50 PM, Str8tEdge said:

 

@calguy? Do you think blacks watch Hannity and listen to McConnel?

 

Loks like your false narrative of who's not getting vaccines has been decimated by facts. 

It's HILARIOUS watching idiots like @calguy ignore ANYTHING  that decimates their talking points. LOL!!!

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Kamala said she did not trust a Trump vaccine.  When the dems were hot on the super spreader line against GOP rallies, they said it was ok to mass thousands and burn the hoods. Riots were not super spreaders.  In some areas of dem world a black could be more likely to get shot than get covid. Dems don't care about blacks.

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27 minutes ago, johndnorth said:

Kamala said she did not trust a Trump vaccine.  When the dems were hot on the super spreader line against GOP rallies, they said it was ok to mass thousands and burn the hoods. Riots were not super spreaders.  In some areas of dem world a black could be more likely to get shot than get covid. Dems don't care about blacks.

Yep. Yep. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 9:04 AM, Str8tEdge said:

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As of July 4, the country was just shy of reaching President Biden’s goal of having at least 70% of adults vaccinated with one or more doses of the COVD-19 vaccine, with 67% of the population 18 years of age or older receiving at least one dose according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this represents a marked achievement and is leading to steep declines in COVID-19 cases and deaths, vaccination coverage—and the protections provided by it—remains uneven across the country. In particular, Black and Hispanic people have had persistently lower rates of vaccination compared to their White counterparts across most states. These lower vaccination rates leave Black and Hispanic people at increased risk for infection, illness, and death, particularly as new variants, like the Delta variant, spread.

 

Thanks to @NeoConvict for the tip. 

 

On 7/20/2021 at 7:50 PM, Str8tEdge said:

 

@calguy? Do you think blacks watch Hannity and listen to McConnel?

 

Loks like your false narrative of who's not getting vaccines has been decimated by facts. 

 

1 hour ago, Str8tEdge said:

 

 

It's HILARIOUS watching idiots like @calguy ignore ANYTHING  that decimates their talking points. LOL!!!

@calguy spreading lies again. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 10:25 PM, NeoConvict said:

It didn't help that prominent leaders like Harris fed off these fears while campaigning by saying she wouldn't trust a vaccine developed under a racist Trump administration

 

She said she didn't trust TRUMP. That's not the same thing as not trusting the vaccine, which is the message that the right has been spreading daily.

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58 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

She said she didn't trust TRUMP. That's not the same thing as not trusting the vaccine, which is the message that the right has been spreading daily.

Sorry, bitch. You reap what you sow. She should have NEVER made it political to begin with so stop your fucking crying and spinning. 

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3 hours ago, NeoConvict said:

She didn't trust Trump to develop a safe and effective vaccine. She was specific about her distrust. 

 

She said she would wait until scientists and public health officials said it was ok. They have. 

 

They were talking about Trump lying about it being ready as a political strategy. 

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15 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

She said she would wait until scientists and public health officials said it was ok. They have. 

 

They were talking about Trump lying about it being ready as a political strategy. 

I don't see a practical distinction. Trump should have gotten more political credit for fast tracking the vaccines. To prevent that, democrats downplayed the success and sowed distrust. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 10:04 AM, Str8tEdge said:

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For this chart to have any meaningful relevance as to which group of people are primarily avoiding vaccines, we need to know the percentage of total U.S. Population that is White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, AIAN, NHOPI and Other. 

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16 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

I don't see a practical distinction. Trump should have gotten more political credit for fast tracking the vaccines. To prevent that, democrats downplayed the success and sowed distrust. 

 

I am 100 percent positive literally any other candidate from 2016 would have done the same on top of handling the pandemic much better from the jump.

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19 minutes ago, slideman said:

On the other hand if you compare States instead of so-called ethnic groups you find that the red states have the lowest vaccination rates.

Look it up

Does a "red state" mean that 100% of the voters vote republican?

 

Seems to me there are many democrats, especially in urban areas in those states that make up much of the non-vaccinated.

 

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21 minutes ago, Skans said:

For this chart to have any meaningful relevance as to which group of people are primarily avoiding vaccines, we need to know the percentage of total U.S. Population that is White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, AIAN, NHOPI and Other. 

 

Uhh...it's on the chart.  Far right column.

 

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16 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

I am 100 percent positive literally any other candidate from 2016 would have done the same on top of handling the pandemic much better from the jump.

I'm not. The democrats called him xenophobic for closing travel. I think their preoccupation with race and political correctness would have made any liberals response less effective. 

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5 hours ago, Toldya said:

 

I am 100 percent positive literally any other candidate from 2016 would have done the same on top of handling the pandemic much better from the jump.

But you’re 100% partisan hack literally lying, denying deflecting and circling back instead of being honest about anything. 
 

Just take the fucking travel restrictions for instance. Democrats used the travel restrictions to attack Trump calling him racist for God’s sake. They STILL attacked the restrictions into March when the medical community stated they saved untold lives. 
 

How about those nursing home policies by 5 democrat governors that cost us likely hundreds of thousands of lives as they sent COVID positives back to nursing homes to infect entire communities? 
 

Come on, man!!!

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9 hours ago, Toldya said:

 

I am 100 percent positive literally any other candidate from 2016 would have done the same on top of handling the pandemic much better from the jump.

 

8 hours ago, NeoConvict said:

I'm not. The democrats called him xenophobic for closing travel. I think their preoccupation with race and political correctness would have made any liberals response less effective. 

 

3 hours ago, Str8tEdge said:

But you’re 100% partisan hack literally lying, denying deflecting and circling back instead of being honest about anything. 
 

Just take the fucking travel restrictions for instance. Democrats used the travel restrictions to attack Trump calling him racist for God’s sake. They STILL attacked the restrictions into March when the medical community stated they saved untold lives. 
 

How about those nursing home policies by 5 democrat governors that cost us likely hundreds of thousands of lives as they sent COVID positives back to nursing homes to infect entire communities? 
 

Come on, man!!!

@Toldya ran away like a little fucking bitch. 

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On 7/22/2021 at 2:12 AM, Toldya said:

And yet, when you actually look at GOP vs. Dem as opposed to just assuming blacks and hispanics are Dems or even political...

 

https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/dashboard/kff-covid-19-vaccine-monitor-dashboard/

 

Seems the GOP misinformation campaign is working.

 

According to...one source. :lol:

 

Care to share that GOP "misinformation" you've claimed dozens of times but never actually provided?

 

Is the the same as where you were assuming something and actually trying to pass it off as a legitimate argument? 

 

 

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