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Why does Christina Parks, Ph.D., object to the idea that a “vaccine passport” will reduce COVID rates? And why don’t African Americans and Ph.D.s want the vaccine?
Parks, whose Ph.D. is in cellular and molecular biology, addressed those questions and more on the latest episode of “The Defender Show,” where she told the show’s host, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., that mandating something to be injected into somebody’s body is “just ridiculous,” and vaccine passports are “blatantly illegal.”
Parks explained how mRNA vaccines were never designed to prevent transmission of the pathogen, even though they were marketed that way. All you have to do, she said, is read and understand the clinical trials.
At a virtual press conference held by the World Health Organization on Dec. 28, 2020, officials warned there is no guarantee COVID-19 vaccines will prevent people from being infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and transmitting it to other people.
In her Aug. 19 testimony at the Michigan House of Representatives against House Bill 4471, a bill which prohibits certain vaccinations as a condition of employment, Parks pointed out that she belongs to the two demographic groups that are most vaccine-hesitant: Ph.D.s and African Americans.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of Oct. 4, of the 61% of Americans who have received at least one vaccine dose, 11% are Black. In contrast, 60% are white, 17% are Hispanic and 6% are Asian.
Parks said African Americans are vaccine-hesitant because “they rightly do not trust the government,” and because the government has experimented on marginalized groups such as African Americans and the disabled.
Parks cited examples when African Americans were “lied to and mistreated and experimented on.” In one example of a CDC cover-up, CDC senior scientist, Dr. William Thompson, confessed the CDC knew since 2001 that Black boys exposed to the MMR vaccine have a disproportionate risk of autism.
Parks said she is furious Congress will not investigate the CDC and the willing medical and scientific participants.
“It’s criminal to me, what they’ve done,” she said, noting the lies, mistreatment and experimentation are happening all over again with vaccine mandates.
“The fact that they’ve been able to get away with this for so long, and no one’s saying anything, and we really have to get this information out to the Black community,” Parks said.
As for Ph.D.s being vaccine-hesitant, Parks said the reasoning is different. A study conducted by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh found COVID vaccine hesitancy held constant in the group of individuals who have obtained higher levels of education.
Parks explained: “We know the body’s really, really complex and you cannot change things. You cannot have an insult, which is what a vaccine is, without an unintended consequence.”
Parks said if a product is good, you don’t have to mandate it. “It should be a choice,” she said. “It should be informed consent. If you want to take some experimental drug, fine, but don’t force people to do it.”
Watch this week’s episode here: