• Its not a stunt. The government has no right to force us to be vaccinated or masked. That's for people who want to protect themselves to decide. They are not forcing you to take your masks off or prevent you from being vaccinated, so don't force your beliefs on them. Its called the RIGHT TO LIFE, LIBERTY, and 'pursuit of happiness' and is in fact guaranteed in the preamble to The Constitution. I also found it interesting that they said: "Black residents in Texas accounted for 16.4% of the state's cases and 10.2% of deaths as of Aug. 13. While vaccination rates are low among Black Texans, the highest coronavirus case rates are among Whites and Hispanics, who make up 34.9% and 35.8% of the state's cases respectively, according to the latest data." However they failed to mention the racial demographic of Texas! "Texas Demographics White: 73.97% Black or African American: 12.13% Other race: 5.82% Asian: 4.80% Two or more races: 2.69%..." So what the governor said is true. The percentage of blacks getting the virus is more than the percentage of blacks in Texas. Although hispanics were not singled out in the demographics, it would appear they are even more of a problem (per capita) than any of the others. Another point to be made clear is that blacks don't trust the government, and that is understandable considering the Tuskegee syphilis atrocity! I wouldn't trust them either! So... what are YOU going to DO about it other than scatter H&D (hate and discontent)? What do you hope to accomplish with this post? Just encourage racism?
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment
    • Linda Joy
      Also "Not the Same as Foot-and-Mouth Disease Hand, foot, and mouth disease is often confused with foot-and-mouth disease (also called hoof-and-mouth disease), which affects cows, sheep, and pigs. Humans do not get the animal disease, and animals do not get the human disease. Visit the National Agricultural Library of the U.S. Department of Agriculture to learn more about Foot-and-Mouth Diseaseexternal icon."

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