Last Updated on November 6, 2022
An advertisement recently released in Georgia highlights the socially acceptable anti-White racism which has manifested in both the government and private sector.
What in the ad isn’t true though?
— Brandon Straka (@BrandonStraka) November 4, 2022
The advertisement, which was paid for by Stephen Miller and the America First Legal group, displays citations for its assertions in the video.
On December 27th, 2021, the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) issued a statement to health care providers and facilities called “Covid-19 Oral AntiViral Treatments Authorized and Severe Shortage of Oral AntiViral and Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Products,” in which it revealed that race was part of the criteria authorized for oral antiviral treatment of COVID.
“Non-White race or Hispanic/Latino ethnicity should be considered a risk factor, as longstanding systemic health and social inequities have contributed to an increased risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19,” the guideline stated.
“When did racism against White people become okay? Joe Biden put White people last in line for COVID relief funds.
Kamala said disaster aid should go to non-White citizens first.
Liberal politicians block access to medicine based on skin color.
Progressive corporations, airlines, universities, all openly discriminate against White Americans.
Racism is always wrong.
The Left’s anti-White bigotry must stop.
We are all entitled to equal treatment under law.”
-Advertisement released in Georgia by the America First Legal Team.
In the eligibility section of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund published by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) stated its initial selection choices will include only applications from businesses which are at least 51 percent owned by “women, veterans, or socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.” This includes “those who have been subjected to racial or ethnic prejudice.”
In response to the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, Kamala Harris stated “we have to address [Hurricane Ian relief] by giving resources based on equity” with a focus on “lowest income communities and communities of color.”
Recall when Kamala Harris stated "we have to address [Hurricane Ian relief] by giving resources based on equity" with a focus on "lowest income communities and communities of color." pic.twitter.com/1KkfWEV8wh
— Addy Adds (@OneAddyAdds) November 6, 2022
“This is all true. Public hospitals gave precedent to people of color. Supreme Court case [is] now over Universities discriminating against Asians. This commercial is a factual short film,” Alaska Dave said.
In Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin (UW) was sued by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL) and a biracial couple over its “Minority Grant Program,” which only allows applicants from certain minorities apply.
In the financial sector, it was reported this past August that credit card giant, American Express (Amex), filed a class-action lawsuit against the company which alleged anti-White discrimination due to the company’s ‘diversity’ efforts, which included Amex executives gifted monetary incentives to “decrease the percentage of white employees. in their departments.”
Sone leftist Twitter users claimed that the ad was “racist” for documenting anti-white racism. One such user, Isaac Hayes, was asked what exactly in the ad was racist, though he did not give a response.
“What in the ad isn’t true though?” asked WalkAway founder Brandon Straka. “Isaac, everything in this video is true. Democrats are racist [and] want us segregated,” Dr. Interracial added.