(PatrioticPost.com)- Vice President Kamala Harris made the bizarre claim on Tuesday that Black American woman are dying in hospitals because of racism.
The racially charged claim, which demonizes America’s hard-working medical professionals, suggests that Black women are being targeted because of their race.
“Black women in our country are facing a maternal health crisis,” the vice president said during a press conference. “Black women are 2-3 times more likely to die in connection with child birth than other women.”
Harris said that she knows the “primary reasons” why it is happening, before blaming “systemic racial inequities and implicit bias,” adding that the “consequences are both very real.”
If you have to insist that something is “very real,” the chances are…it isn’t real.
Vice Pres. Harris on Black maternal mortality rates: "Black women in our country are facing a maternal health crisis…we know the primary reasons why—systemic racial inequities and implicit bias—and the consequences are both very real." https://t.co/oFNNOgR0EZ pic.twitter.com/2UmICiQoHS
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) April 13, 2021
Harris promoted the dangerous conspiracy theory as part of the so-called “Black Maternal Health Week.”
The New York Times, which is obviously going along with the controversial campaign, described how “three Black women shared their birth experiences, highlighting how structural racism led to stillbirths and near-death experiences.”
Often, they claimed, “doctors simply didn’t take their health concerns and symptoms seriously until it was too late.”
But if this ever happened to any patients, it’s a pretty bulletproof lawsuit waiting to happen.
Heather Wilson, who tragically lost her own child, said that the number one thing she hears from Black women is “they’re not listening to me.”
Erica McAfee, who is the founder of a podcast named “Sisters in Loss,” said that, “we just need to be listened to and heard, especially when it comes to pain throughout the reproductive system.”
While nobody denies that these stories are tragic, there are many questions to ask about the claim that Black women are being treated differently.
No proof of these claims was provided during the discussion, and nor were any other statistical points discussed – namely, the kind of medical conditions that Black American women are more likely to suffer from.
Nonetheless, the White House is firmly on the side of race-obsessed activists, issuing a proclamation on April 13 for Black Maternal Health Week.
“In the United States of America, a person’s race should never determine their health outcomes, and pregnancy and childbirth should be safe for all. However, for far too many Black women, safety and equity have been tragically denied. America’s maternal mortality rates are among the highest in the developed world, and they are especially high among Black mothers, who die from complications related to pregnancy at roughly two to three times the rate of white, Hispanic, Asian American, and Pacific Islander women — regardless of their income or education levels,” the proclamation reads.
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