Despite the passage of civil rights legislation banning segregation, New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo has enacted a policy that segregates people based on medical procedures, “Get Tammy Bruce” host Tammy Bruce said Tuesday on Fox Nation.
Bruce noted that African Americans especially have a distrust of government-orchestrated medical procedures, pointing to the U.S. Public Health Service’s “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male” which was conducted between the 1930s and 1970s.
But, in New York, as Cuomo once again allows fans to attend baseball games in the South Bronx at Yankee Stadium and in Flushing at the Mets’ Citi Field, the government will mandate that spectators be checked for proof of vaccination from the coronavirus.
She compared Cuomo’s new policy to forcing unvaccinated Americans to “the back of the bus” — a reference to the way African Americans were forced to sit in the back of public transit.
“Effectively, it’s a vaccine passport, where if you’re unvaccinated you’ll be sitting in the back of the bus,” she said. “Keep in mind this is about segregating groups of Americans based on what you’ve allowed the government to do to you.”
“It is clear that people are getting vaccinated, and yet Andrew Cuomo — the governor who is somehow still making decisions for how the reopening of New York is going to go … is going to separate the vaccinate
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