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PBS Reporter Tries to slander The Surgeon General

Surgeon General Jerome Adams pleaded with the African-American community and other communities of color to follow the government’s guidelines to ‘slow the spread’ of the coronavirus – as the pandemic is disproportionately hitting those communities. However, A PBS Reporter tried to push the narrative that the Surgeon general was insensitive towards people of color. 

  • Surgeon General Jerome Adams pleaded with the African-American community and other communities of color to follow the coronavirus guidelines 

  • Adams asked Americans of color to do it ‘for your abuelita and to do it for your granddaddy, do it for your big momma, do it for your poppop’  
  • Yamiche Alcindor is the PBS reporter that tried to slander the Surgeon General in the Video 

  • He later defended using those terms, saying, ‘I used the language that is used in my family’ 
  • Twice as many black and brown Americans have died of COVID-19 compared to their white counterparts, government data shows 
  • Adams assured Americans of color ‘there is nothing inherently wrong with you’ but said ‘social ills’ may have contributed to the disparity 
  • The PBS Reporter yamiche alcindor’s salary is Paid using American’s Tax dolllars

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