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Desantis goes antivaxer

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Do your own book report. Go ahead, make up whatever lie you were planning to make up.


Distribution of Vaccinations by Race/Ethnicity​

Figure 2 shows the shares of COVID-19 vaccinations, cases, and deaths among Black, Hispanic, Asian, and White people. The data also show the distribution of the total population by these groups as of 2019. Data are not presented for other groups due to data limitations. Together these data show:

Black people have received smaller shares of vaccinations compared to their shares of cases and the total population in more than half of states reporting data. In the remaining reporting states, the share of vaccinations they have received is similar to their shares of cases and the total population. In most reporting states, the share of vaccinations received by Black people is smaller than their share of deaths. For example, in the District of Columbia, Black people have received 44% of vaccinations, while they make up 56% of cases, 71% of deaths, and 46% of the total population.

Reflecting disproportionate levels of infection, Hispanic people have received smaller shares of vaccinations compared to their shares of cases in most reporting states. Their share of vaccinations is similar or higher than their shares of deaths in most reporting states. However, in some states it remains lower. For example, in California, 31% of vaccinations have gone to Hispanic people, while they account for 61% of cases, 47% of deaths, and 40% of the total population in the state.

These current patterns reflect growing shares of vaccinations going to Hispanic and Black people over time. Between March 1 and September 7, the share of vaccinations going to Hispanic people increased in all states reporting data for both periods and increased for Black people in most reporting states. In a few cases, these increases were large. For example, the share of vaccinations going to Black people increased from 26% to 44% in DC and from 25% to 38% in Mississippi. Similarly, the share of vaccinations going to Hispanic people increased by at least 10 percentage points in six states, including Florida (17% to 32%), Nevada (13% to 27%), California (19% to 31%), Texas (23% to 35%), New Jersey (6% to 18%), and New York (9% to 21%). The share of vaccinations going to Asian people also increased in most states reporting data for both periods, while it fell for White people in most reporting states. The share going to White people declined by 10 percentage points or more in 15 states (Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi, Texas, Maine, Illinois, Colorado, New York, and Indiana).

In nearly all reporting states, the share of vaccinations among Asian people was similar to or higher than their shares of cases, deaths, and total population. For example, in Hawaii, 52% of vaccinations have been received by Asian people, which is higher than their share of the total population (40%) and their shares of cases and deaths (both at 44%).

White people received a higher share of vaccinations compared to their share of cases in most states reporting data. In about half of reporting states they received a similar or higher share of vaccinations compared to their shares of deaths and total population, while in other states it was lower. For example, in Colorado, 76% of vaccinations were received by White people, while they make up 68% of the population. In Tennessee, 65% of vaccinations have been received by White people, which is lower than their share of cases (71%), deaths (78%), and their share of the population (77%).


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Yeah, that's the ticket. Just like every other vaccine except for the mRNA genetic manipulation and lack of testing bits...which caused the CDC to rewrite the definition of "vaccine" recently.
Oops, more stupid lies. Who do you think you are fooling? You are a mindless cultist. None of this misrepresented nonsense has ANYTHING to do with your idiotic stance. None of it. This is all shit you desperately googled for AFTER taking your idiotic stance. And you don't understand any of itanyway, that much is clear.
 

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Distribution of Vaccinations by Race/Ethnicity​

Figure 2 shows the shares of COVID-19 vaccinations, cases, and deaths among Black, Hispanic, Asian, and White people. The data also show the distribution of the total population by these groups as of 2019. Data are not presented for other groups due to data limitations. Together these data show:

Black people have received smaller shares of vaccinations compared to their shares of cases and the total population in more than half of states reporting data. In the remaining reporting states, the share of vaccinations they have received is similar to their shares of cases and the total population. In most reporting states, the share of vaccinations received by Black people is smaller than their share of deaths. For example, in the District of Columbia, Black people have received 44% of vaccinations, while they make up 56% of cases, 71% of deaths, and 46% of the total population.

Reflecting disproportionate levels of infection, Hispanic people have received smaller shares of vaccinations compared to their shares of cases in most reporting states. Their share of vaccinations is similar or higher than their shares of deaths in most reporting states. However, in some states it remains lower. For example, in California, 31% of vaccinations have gone to Hispanic people, while they account for 61% of cases, 47% of deaths, and 40% of the total population in the state.

These current patterns reflect growing shares of vaccinations going to Hispanic and Black people over time. Between March 1 and September 7, the share of vaccinations going to Hispanic people increased in all states reporting data for both periods and increased for Black people in most reporting states. In a few cases, these increases were large. For example, the share of vaccinations going to Black people increased from 26% to 44% in DC and from 25% to 38% in Mississippi. Similarly, the share of vaccinations going to Hispanic people increased by at least 10 percentage points in six states, including Florida (17% to 32%), Nevada (13% to 27%), California (19% to 31%), Texas (23% to 35%), New Jersey (6% to 18%), and New York (9% to 21%). The share of vaccinations going to Asian people also increased in most states reporting data for both periods, while it fell for White people in most reporting states. The share going to White people declined by 10 percentage points or more in 15 states (Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Alabama, Georgia, New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi, Texas, Maine, Illinois, Colorado, New York, and Indiana).

In nearly all reporting states, the share of vaccinations among Asian people was similar to or higher than their shares of cases, deaths, and total population. For example, in Hawaii, 52% of vaccinations have been received by Asian people, which is higher than their share of the total population (40%) and their shares of cases and deaths (both at 44%).

White people received a higher share of vaccinations compared to their share of cases in most states reporting data. In about half of reporting states they received a similar or higher share of vaccinations compared to their shares of deaths and total population, while in other states it was lower. For example, in Colorado, 76% of vaccinations were received by White people, while they make up 68% of the population. In Tennessee, 65% of vaccinations have been received by White people, which is lower than their share of cases (71%), deaths (78%), and their share of the population (77%).


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So mostly white people. Got it. Not sure why that is so important to you, but okay.
 
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He's made very clear he does not.
I guess it's reduced down to the old saying, "Even a broken clock is right twice a day".
 

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This week desantis held a press conference which was used by antivaxers to spread lies, which he didn't bother to contradict and still hasn't.

Ron Desantis is sacrificing his constituents on the altar of his presidential campaign. Murder for political ambition.

So you are admitting DeSantis told no lies...

You are admitting that DeSantis has NOT encouraged people NOT to get vaccinated.

You are admitting that what DeSantis is doing is fighting against any attempt by Biden to issue an Un-Constitutiomal vaccine mandate.

You are admitting DeSantis is NOT withholding life-saving treatments from Americans who have COVID-19, the way Biden is doing.

You are attacking DeSantis for 'lies' you say others told, not DeSantis, instead of trying to hold the people who actually told them accountable.

So what the hell is up with your misleading thread title and false accusations (guilt by association?) Against DeSantis?

Snowflakes are so filled with irrational hate they attack anyone that opposes liberal progressive socialist Democrat ideology and anti-Constitution agendas.
 
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Yeah, that's the ticket. Just like every other vaccine except for the mRNA genetic manipulation and lack of testing bits...which caused the CDC to rewrite the definition of "vaccine" recently.
Yes ....

I tried pointing that out in comment #65 but, your better off trying to explain the wiring schematics for the Space Shuttle to these geniuses.
 

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Yes ....

I tried pointing that out in comment #65 but, your better off trying to explain the wiring schematics for the Space Shuttle to these geniuses.

I wouldn't even bother trying to teach them how to tie their shoes or to tell time on an analog clock.
 

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At least we have a good example of how regulatory agencies expand government power (for those who always deny it). This has fuck squat to do with workplace safety and OSHA is just a tool. It's an attempt to implement a nation-wide mask mandate without going through the legislative process. If the Court doesn't block this we might as well disband Congress.
 
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This has fuck squat to do with workplace safety.
Its to reduce transmission rates in the entire community. Why oh why does such simple shit have to be explained to american adults....
 

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Its to reduce transmission rates in the entire community. ... [petty insults omitted]
Right. That's my point. It's not about workplace safety, and OSHA has no power to arbitrarily mandate company practices. Even if it's for a "good cause".

Letting government implement its will via executive orders and regulatory fiat undermines democracy. Even if it's for a "good cause".
 

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So mostly white people. Got it. Not sure why that is so important to you, but okay.


Not what it says, but who didn't expect you to lie about it?

UGH, NO ONE. LMAO

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This week desantis held a press conference which was used by antivaxers to spread lies, which he didn't bother to contradict and still hasn't.

Ron Desantis is sacrificing his constituents on the altar of his presidential campaign. Murder for political ambition.

He's pandering to the tard herd.

And he's gotten the Trump Vaccine.

 

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Right. That's my point. It's not about workplace safety, and OSHA has no power to arbitrarily mandate company practices. Even if it's for a "good cause".
In what universe? It also reduces covid transmission in the workplace. When is your court date?
 

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Not what it says
Wrong, liar. That is exactly what your link says is the answer to your question, using your logic for posting it. You thought you were making an awesome racist point, but you were accidentally making it about white people. Oopsie. Now we see why Stormfront failed....
 

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Wrong, liar. That is exactly what your link says is the answer to your question, using your logic for posting it. You thought you were making an awesome racist point, but you were accidentally making it about white people. Oopsie. Now we see why Stormfront failed....


So you're saying the CDC numbers are racist. They show that blacks and hispanics, got the virus more, were hospitalized more and more have died, than their represented numbers in the population. They also have demonstrated more vaccine hesitancy than other groups in the population. Simple facts that you commies can't seem to handle, because it doesn't fit you propaganda. Carry on lying commie, you're wasting my time and good oxygen.

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He's made very clear he does not.
They all do to those of us that think the government should actually have limits.

He does seem to be better than the average republican though. DeSantis certainly would be a better direction for the party do you not think? After Trump running the party certainly but even sans Trump. I have to say I was disappointed that he jumped on the 'control big tech' bandwagon but aside from that he has been better than most.
 

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They all do to those of us that think the government should actually have limits.

He does seem to be better than the average republican though.
Really? I haven't tracked his career closely. He seems like just another "mandater" from what I can tell.
DeSantis certainly would be a better direction for the party do you not think?
How so?
I have to say I was disappointed that he jumped on the 'control big tech' bandwagon but aside from that he has been better than most.
Just more populist bullshit. That's all I've seen. But that's pretty much all Republicans have to offer these days.
 

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This week desantis held a press conference which was used by antivaxers to spread lies, which he didn't bother to contradict and still hasn't.

Ron Desantis is sacrificing his constituents on the altar of his presidential campaign. Murder for political ambition.


Joe and Kamala are the original antivaxxers.

Is there anything you post ever that isntjust a pile of shit?
 

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