The Texas Health and Human Services is denying people of certain ethnicities monoclonal antibody treatments.
The MacArthur Medical Center in Irving, Texas states on their website who is eligible, and there is a ceratin group that does not automatically qualify for the monoclonal antibody treatments. If you’re white, according to the MacArthur Medical Center, if you’re white you must meat one of the other qualifiers in order to receive the monoclonal antibody treatment.
The Texas HHS department made monoclonal antibody treatments available for Covid patients following EUA use by the FDA in February.
Since then Texas issued tens of thousands of the monoclonal antibody treatments; however, thanks to the supply shortage that we have been experiencing thatnks to the installed Biden administration, the Texas Health and Human Services agency started segregating who can receive these treatments based on the color of their skin.
Harrison Hill Smith, the host of American Journal, revealed the shocking race-based medical rationing scheme in a series of posts Saturday on Twitter.
Listening to those should really make you mad. The Texas HHS are racist. They are providing medical care based on what color skin you have. If you’re white you have to meet “high risk” factors in order to receive the same treatment as other American citizens.
It is absolutely egregious that a state agency would commit this kind of segregation in 2021. Like the Gateway Pundit said this is “something that would normally be seen in a place like Communist China, where they are currently denying Uyghurs healthcare along similar racist lines – its absolutely sickening that this is taking place in the US.”
Dave Riely, a former republican candidate, took Harrison’s offer on calling the Texas HHS hotline.
Reily: “So if you are a healthy, in-shape, Caucasian, and you show up, you are not gonna get an infusion?”
HHS employee: “Based on the criteria that we go by right now, that is correct,” they confirmed.
It is a sad day for the state of Texas when a governmental agency feels they have the right to get in between an American citizen and possible life saving medication.
But of course as the Texas HHS is worried about what your skin color is before providing life saving treatment, a lot of hospitals across the country are facing patients who are sicker than ever with a disease that’s not Covid.