CDC Deploys Fleets Of 'Pandemic' Buses To Minority Communities


The Centers for Disease Control is now deploying fleets of federally funded “pandemic” buses into minority communities to bribe unvaccinated Americans into to getting an experimental COVID-19 injection.

The CDC Partnering for Vaccine Equity program has rewarded a $6 million grant, PANDEMIC (Program to Alleviate National Disparities in Ethnic and Minority Immunizations in the Community) fund to deploy teams in six states into minority communities to persuade those who have refrained from getting vaccinated to comply.

Since October, the effort has resulted in 2,052 minorities getting vaccinated, an investment that costs every taxpayer approximately $5,000 per vaccine, the Epoch Times reports.

If people aren’t sure [that they want the vaccine], then we have educational materials, and our community health workers and the extension agents will talk to them about their particular questions and try to answer their questions and their concerns. And then…[we] immediately give them the vaccine,” Catherine Striley of the University of Florida, who helps oversee the project, told the publication.

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The University of Florida is leading the CDC’s “Our Community, Our Health” vaccination education and distribution program. Eight universities have partnered with UF’s mass vaccination effort including the University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis, Montefiore Medical Center of Albert Einstein College, the University of Kentucky, the University of Missouri, Florida State University, and the University of California, Davis.

The CDC’s Partnering for Vaccine Equity program will provide in total $156 million to organizations across the country to increase vaccination rates.

The goal is to reach groups that may experience “immunization disparities” in racial and ethnic minorities, residents of rural communities, migrant farmworkers, Native Americans, Hispanics, Blacks, and people identifying as part of the LGBTQ community and boost vaccination rates in areas chosen for having “high vaccine-hesitancy rate,”  according to PANDEMIC grant program materials.

In addition to traveling throughout the country to reach their “target communities” with CDC-supplied vaccine education materials, bus workers also have used fraudulent PCR tests, jamming long cotton swabs up the nasal cavity, of approximately 2,600 minorities thus far.  These nasal swabs are actually being used by the CDC to sequence people’s genomes.

In the United States, 62 percent of Asians are fully vaccinated., whites are at 47%, Hispanics have reached 39 percent, and Blacks are still stuck at a 34 percent vaccination rate, according to demographic data published by the Kaiser Family Foundation. In fact, some of the groups that voted most enthusiastically for Brandon are among the least likely to be vaccinated.

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