Mark Dice reports that a man named Harrison Smith tested positive for COVID-19 and went to a local health center in Texas hoping to get the monoclonal antibody treatment for a speedy recovery.
Smith turned on his camera after he was denied treatment because he’s white. But Smith recorded the scene and has shared it for the world to see.
He asked the medical worker, “What if I like smoke and vape, I heard that was…?”
Smith was told no.
“But if I were black and Hispanic then I’d be able to qualify?”
“Yeah,” she was answered.
“Okay, I’m being denied medical services because of my race?”
“That’s the criteria,” he was told.
When she finished the details, the medical worker cooly asked, “Any questions?”
Texas Health and Human Services was called. “Criteria” was mentioned that included race that would give some people priority and confirmed an otherwise healthy white person would be denied the treatment.
This is not a prank. This is reality. And it’s one you have to see to believe.