When Stopping a Pandemic Takes a Backseat to Fighting Imaginary Racism: Best-Selling Author Stephen King Attacks the Whiteness of President Trump’s Coronavirus Team
- Previously on SBPDL: From January 30, 2020 — CNN Publishes Editorial Attacking President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force as “Too White” and “Lacking Diversity”… Fewer White Faces Is More Important Than Stopping a Global Pandemic
- Note that Trump’s coronavirus team is all male, all old, and all white. — Stephen King (@StephenKing) March 13, 2020
This Tweet received 114,00+ “likes” and more than 13,800+ re-tweets… for those unfamiliar with Twitter lexicon, this means the Tweet went not only viral, but was received overwhelmingly positive.
“White” is a pejorative now.
“White” is a regarded as a negative, universally denounced by the woke amongst us. […]
Were a bunch of white guys to save the world from a meteorite, they wouldn’t be celebrated.
No, their efforts would be denounced, for their successful mission to save the planet lacked the requisite diversity, inclusion and equity.[…]
The question you must consider asking at this point is simple: would those anti-white individuals amongst us rather tens of millions of people needlessly die from the coronavirus/Wuhan Virus spreading across America or would they rather white people in leadership positions stop the pandemic from happening? […]
Because in the eyes of shocking number of white people in America: fighting white racism > stopping a pandemic from taking American lives.
Coronavirus vaccine research is moving at record speed [washingtonpost]
The science is fast, but the virus is faster
Medical workers talk with a woman suspected of being ill with the coronavirus at a community health station in Wuhan, China. (Chinatopix/AP)
Jan. 31, 2020 at 12:06 a.m. GMT+8
In a suburb south of Boston, robots have already started manufacturing a potential vaccine against the fast-spreading coronavirus. Another candidate vaccine — developed when a similar virus terrified the world — sits in deep freeze in a repository in Houston, ready to be thawed and formulated into thousands of vials for further testing. Yet another is being put together at facilities in San Diego and Houston, with projections that it could be tested in people by summer.
To scientists, the work to create a vaccine against the new coronavirus is advancing with a speed they could barely have imagined a decade ago. At the same time, it’s not even close to quick enough to contain the spreading infection — and in many ways, the outbreak will test the capacity of science to react in real time to a new and unknown “pathogen X” that takes the world by surprise.
“Traditional vaccine development efforts have usually taken decades, not months,” [washingtonpost]
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- 11.5% Whites in world population,
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