In the latest episode of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. “The Defender Show,” Christina Parks, with a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular biology, explained why he testified in the Michigan House of Representatives against vaccine orders.
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Why is Christina Parks, Ph.D., opposed to the idea that a “passport vaccine” would reduce COVID rates? And why don’t Native Americans and Ph.D.’s want the vaccine?
Parks, whose Ph.D. is in cellular and molecular biology, answers questions and more in the most recent phase of “The Show Defender, ”Where he told show host Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., that ordering something to be injected into someone’s body is“ ridiculous, ”and vaccine passport “obviously illegal.”
In a virtual press conference held by the World Health Organization in Dec. 28, 2020, officials warned there were no guarantees Covid-19 Vaccines prevent people from getting the SARS-CoV-2 virus and transmit it to other people.
On his August 19 testiMony in the House of Representatives of Michigan against Chamber Act 4471, a bill banning certain vaccinations as a condition of employment, Parks pointed out that he belongs to two demographic groups that are more hesitant about the vaccine: Ph.D.s and Native Americans.
Agreed to DATA from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of Oct. 4, of 61% of Americans who received at least one dose of the vaccine, 11% were Blacks. In contrast, 60% are white, 17% are Hispanic and 6% are Asian.
Parks said African Americans are skeptical of the vaccine because “they’re right that they don’t trust the government,” and because the government has experimented in separate groups such as African Americans and the disabled.
Parks cites examples when Native Americans “lied and were mistreated and tempted.” In an example of a Covering the CDC, The senior scientist at the CDC, Dr. William Thompson, confessed that the CDC has known since 2001 that Black boys placed on the MMR vaccine have an unequal risk of autism.
Parks said he was angry Congress would not investigate the CDC and willing medical and scientific participants.
“It’s criminal to me, what have they done,” he said, noting the lies, mistreatment and experimentation that also occur in vaccine mandates.
“The fact is they’ve been out for a long time, and no one has said anything, and we really need to release this information to the Black community,” Parks said.
As for Ph.D.s who are skeptical of the vaccine, Parks said the reasoning is different. A study led by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh found skepticism of the COVID vaccine maintained in the group of individuals who had obtained a high level of education.
Parks explained: “We know the body is really complicated and you can’t change things. You don’t have to be insulted, that’s what the vaccine is, with no unintended consequences.”
Parks says if a product is good, you don’t have to mandate it. “It has to be an option,” he said. “It has to be announced with permission. If you want to take an experimental drug, fine, but don’t force people to do it.”
Watch this week’s episode here: