"African Americans Are More Susceptible to Vaccine Injury"-Dr. Christina Parks

Published December 11, 2021 3,846 Views

Lansing Capitol, MI -"African Americans respond differently to vaccines and are more susceptible to vaccine injury" Dr. Christina Parks reported in the Lansing Capitol on Dec 8, 2021 while she attended a legislative day put on by United Healthcare Workers. She was accompanied by more than 80 doctors and frontline healthcare workers who came to meet with lawmakers on concerns with current COVID 19 protocols and responses and the collapsing Michigan healthcare system.
"The vaccine mandates are going to harm more African Americans than anyone else", she claims, and she has an important message for everyone, "Stand Strong. If they can make you inject something into your body. . . you are a slave".

Dr. Christina Parks received her Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999. She did her graduate research in the field of cytokine signaling. Cytokines are the chemicals that the immune system uses to communicate, thus Dr. Parks brings a wealth of knowledge about the molecular mechanisms by which COVID 19 and vaccines may be causing injury to vulnerable immune systems.

This scientist has been in the spotlight recently for her testimony in Lansing where she said Black people have every right to be hesitant of the CDC and the vaccines because of the documented medical atrocities done to them by the CDC and American “public health” officials in the past. She was advocating for upwards of 70% of black Michiganders that are not wanting the COVID 19 vaccine and who are losing their jobs, their access to healthcare, and are becoming second class citizens all over again.

Dr. Parks is a passionate advocate for scientific and medical integrity and has been closely following the science around the world on the COVID pandemic and has been tirelessly advocating for black and brown communities to get better informed and to demand better healthcare.

Dr. Park’s voice is gaining momentum in Michigan and beyond. She has been advocating for doctors and scientists to focus on known epigenetic differences in the African American population that are causing them to be more vulnerable to disease and vaccine injury- including the COVID-19 vaccines. Let's hope her voice continues to raise awareness of the racial disparities in healthcare and that she will be the vessel to generate change in how we approach healthcare, especially for minorities.

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