The establishment isn’t being shy about their racially-driven vaccination plot
City officials in Austin, Texas are planning a door-to-door COVID vaccination program aimed at vaccinating the city’s “most at-risk neighborhoods.”
Data showing minority neighborhoods have a higher risk of contracting COVID and have the lowest vaccination rates has the city looking into how they can combat the disparities.
Explaining a plan to place vaccine clinics in these communities, Brown and Travis County Fire Rescue Chief Ken Bailey said, “If you build it they will come.”
Ironically, as Democrats around the country protest Georgia voting laws requiring a photo ID to engage in U.S. elections, the Austin pop-up vaccination sites would not involve filling out a lot of paperwork, “you’ll just need an ID.”