Poynter (Politifact) Are Host To A Racist
"Drew Comments", A.K.A. Andrew Bullock, abuses The Daily Beagle
Even Bloomberg did a gushing piece on the man titled “How to Be Convincing on Social Media”.
…but apparently that doesn’t extend to such qualified ‘journalists’ as social media influencers, who turn out to be rabid racists:
Twitter of course ignored this racist abuse. Imagine if someone said ‘Black man, nobody asked your opinion’, there would be a media generated firestorm. Crickets if it comes from the vaccine industry.
At no point has The Daily Beagle ever made any reference to our own race, or to anyone else’s (sans factual reporting on race relations like we are here).
In-fact, Twitter user VisionarySteve pointed it out (Drew never answered their question):
The Daily Beagle even asked him why he presumed all intellectuals were White, to no response:
What triggered Andrew Bullock’s racist outbursts? Did The Daily Beagle name call him? Did we say something resoundingly offensive? Did we scream ‘Mein Führer’ and boot stomp around? Did we insult his intellect?
Uhh, no. We called him out for criticising other people’s intellect for ‘bad Twitter takes’ by reminding him of his deleted Tweets:
He didn’t even notice our glaring grammatical mistake (‘hardly talking’, not ‘hardly be talking’). And if you’re wondering what these supposed deleted ‘music lyrics’ were…
…One where our highly esteemed, very ethical journalist screeched “I’m drunk as shit”. Very thoughtful journalism.
And another “I’m just a bachelor, lookin for a partner…” (we didn’t know you were struggling, Andrew):
He had posted several more in a rapid flurry.
With this faith we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics will be able to join hands and sing […]
— Martin Luther King Jr’s 1966 Convocation
The Daily Beagle politely reminded Drew that racist, discriminatory remarks are considered criminal offences in certain jurisdictions. Rather than apologising or taking the comments down or professing to a momentarily lapse in ethical judgment, Drew Comments decided the best response was to… block The Daily Beagle!
Curiously, the vaccine industry Andrew Bullock has opted to align himself with has arguably the biggest track record of racism against Black people.
We can scarcely remind readers of evidence The Daily Beagle published of Pfizer engaging in racism even in their SARS-CoV-2 shot studies (in order to cover up deaths), or historical drug studies where Pfizer conducted illegal experimentation on Nigerian children resulting in deaths.
Perhaps Drew is also unaware of the time Black Lives Matter protested against the vaccine mandates in New York as they were seen as racist and discriminatory.
We suspect Drew may be cursorily aware of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment (we refuse to call it a “study” because they experimented on Black people, they didn’t merely ‘study’ them), but not to the point he rejects government backed financing.
Even though a treatment for syphilis (a bacterium) was found in the form of penicillin (an antibiotic; something that kills bacteria), the US PHS (Public Health Service) continued to convince doctors to deny the men treatment:
The experimentation on Black people was financed by the US PHS, a sort of precursor to the modern-day HHS (Human and Healthcare Services) which oversee organisations like the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and FDA (Food and Drug Agency). Some may describe it also being akin to the CDC.
This doesn’t bother Drew, however, who would rather call people holding him to account “white man” and then go off on a racist tirade against Twitter posters as if that grants him immunity to abuse whoever he wants; but never criticises the racist institutes of which he works for.
In a small closed loop, the US PHS still ‘sort of’ exists, but as a military outfit (as the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps). It is host to the US Surgeon General. The former US Surgeon General thought an actual mouse ran a Twitter account once.
Such is the state of things, dear reader.
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