Minnesota Removes Race as Factor for COVID Treatment

Well, how about that!

A Democrat elected official actually listened to voters and followed their wishes.

After the Biden administration approved using race as a deciding factor for COVID treatment, Minnesota’s Democrat governor was all too happy to oblige.

However, after considerable pushback on the policy, that factor has now been removed as a qualifier.

It’s Finally About Need

Minnesota has a scoring system to rank those who qualify for treatments.

One of the contributors was race… just race.

The reasoning behind this was completely idiotic, as it had absolutely nothing to do with science.

It was simply a way for Democrats and moderate Republicans to pander to minority voters.

As if putting them at the front of the line and punishing white people today for something that happened decades ago was going to make up for that.

It was racism, pure and simple, and there was considerable pushback against it across the board.

Even minorities were concerned that this would create animosity and that they were being used as pawns by the government.

Minnesota’s health department, in explaining its change of the policy, stated, “that communities that have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 have the support and resources they need.”

Utah, which has a Republican governor, had also bought into this ridiculous guideline, and it changed the policy back as well.

I have no doubt at all that this policy would have resulted in some high racial tensions around the country.

Hopefully, other states that have put this rule in place will retract it to avoid that problem.

Do you think it was right of the Biden administration to rate treatment based on race?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News


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