The landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. But while many Americans once fought bravely to eliminate discrimination, today many Americans are fighting to reinstitute the vile, immoral practice — only this time against the unvaccinated.
The unvaxxed are the new blacks. As a matter of fact, many of the unvaxxed also happen to be blacks. The Kansas City mayor, Quinton Lucas, recently admitted as much in an interview with Face the Nation on CBS. Lucas, a black man, said, “Young men of color is a place where we have incredible weakness right now.”
Prior to 1964, blacks were prohibited from dining in white-only establishments. Beginning the week of Sept. 13, unvaccinated blacks will be prohibited once again from dining in any establishment in New York City. NYC mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement on Tuesday morning. “If you’re unvaccinated,” de Blasio said, “unfortunately, you will not be able to participate in many things.”
Blacks were largely excluded from society before 1964. If they don’t get vaccinated, they’ll be excluded once again. De Blasio said, “If you want to participate in our society fully, you’ve got to get vaccinated. It’s time.”
This isn’t a surprise to me. I predicted this back in June on my podcast, which I titled “Unvaccinated Americans and the Civil Rights Movement of Our Time.” But in 2021, the immoral practice of discrimination and segregation isn’t exclusive to blacks but extends to every American who refuses to get the jab.