Sick! Sharpton Warns Vaccine Might Be Racial Hoax Like Tuskegee Syphilis Study

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Al Sharpton should be ashamed of himself. On his MSNBC show on Saturday night, Sharpton said that once a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, black leaders will need to be:

“convinced ourselves that the vaccine is fine to take or that it is not something that we’ve experienced in our own history in the black community like the Tuskegee experiment.”

Sharpton was referring to the infamous Tuskegee study conducted by the U.S. Public Health Service from 1932 to1972, in which black men were left untreated for syphilis despite being assured that they were being treated.  Four hundred of the group had syphilis and never received deliberate treatment for the venereal disease.

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin fed Sharpton’s paranoia, saying, “you’re right, reverend. The city of Birmingham is not too far from Tuskegee. And 2020 is not too far from the history of the Tuskegee experiment, where we know when you speed up [inaudible], there’s mistrust, there’s no trust, there’s distrust.”

It is outrageous that Sharpton, without the smallest scintilla of evidence, would float such a paranoid conspiracy theory. The result will be to foster distrust among black Americans, leading to many avoidable infections and deaths. 

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Here’s the transcript.

MSNBC
Politics Nation
11/21/20
5:19 pm ET

 
AL SHARPTON: Now, you have — and many in elected office, and many of us that are not that have public platforms, have the dual problem of, one, making sure that if a vaccine does come about, that it is distributed in areas that have — desert areas when it comes to health services.

And, convincing a lot of people in the community, once we’re convinced ourselves, that the vaccine is fine to take or that it is not something that we’ve experienced in our own history in the black community like the Tuskegee experiment. So on one hand, we got to know that this is real, and that it is something that is something we could endorse for people to take, and then we have to make sure it’s available, which gives you a double problem that many mayors will not have to face in this country.

RANDALL WOODFIN: This is a problem I’m ready to take on because it’s going to require leadership. You’re right, reverend. The city of Birmingham is not too far from Tuskegee. And 2020 is not too far from the history of the Tuskegee experiment, where we know when you speed up [inaudible], there’s mistrust, there’s no trust, there’s distrust. 

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17 Comments

  1. I do not know about the rest of the people in this country but I am getting damn sick of these useless scum knee-grows.

  2. Tell Sharpton that no vaccine will be distributed any blacks and he’ll be the first in line demanding to receive a vaccination

    After all these decades, he’s still a racist POS

  3. This just goes to show that MSNBC is so phucking screwed up that they would let a ranting racist idtiot take up time on their network. Sharpton should have been put away years ago — but his “black community” has shored him up to be a personality. Take a look over your shoulder Al — your black community is getting a little tired of being on the Democratic plantation and will get tired of your crap maybe sooner than you think!

  4. Considering the high mortality rate the vaccine makers say they are expecting in their own literature, I would be happy to see Sharpton first in line. All BLM & Antifa members should cue up behind him.

  5. If blacks don’t take the vaccine, it simply means there will be more for other people throughout the world. Their body, their decision. Who cares? Not me.

  6. The only sharp thing on all is the broken pieces of his pointed head ,other than that he is as sharp as the butt end of a row boat or the side of a bowling ball

  7. Well well well wouldn’t that be something!!!! The way all of you Antifa BLM Congress big elites etc….. KARMA a B

  8. What is Shakedown Harptons angle now? Using this puffed up little man as a commentator is sure to draw millions in viewership. What failed news source was he on? Can’t bother to go back and scan the article because that would waste moments of life.

  9. “Reverend” Al, this IS a sick plot to kill Knee Grows. Don’t take that vaccine. Urge your Knee Grows to NOT take that vaccine. Besides, $Bill Gates is probably behind this evil plot.

  10. Rev. Al, you’re absolutely right! My advice would be to refuse any vaccines, show up at all the BLM riots – sans mask – and take as many homies as possible with you! Show those stinkin’ Whitey vaxers they can’t intimidate or make a fool of _you_!

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