Yale med school professor: Biden 'working while having COVID infection epitomizes white supremacy'
She argued that people "should take time off without working through" COVID
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Yale assistant medical professor Dr. Kimberly Sue claimed that because President Joe Biden worked while sick with a reportedly mild case of COVID, he "epitomizes white supremacy."
Sue, a medical director at the National Harm Reduction Coalition, wrote in a since-deleted post, "POTUS working while having COVID infection epitomizes white supremacy urgency in the workplace. Sets a bad example for everyone that he cannot rest. COVID infection is serious, symptoms debilitating for many, and ppl should take time off without working through it."
Critics slammed her tweet on social media.
"This is what happens to the brains of people who view the world and all that is in it through the prism of race," responded Fox analyst Brit Hume.
"This is one of the best tweets I’ve ever seen. So brilliantly crafted and bats*** crazy. 10/10," Lone Conservative founder Kassy Dillon tweeted.
"Addiction physician upset with white supremacist @POTUS she dutifully voted for," talkshow host Tony Bruno replied.
"Tons to unpack here but the main takeaway: Work = White Supremacy," Fox Radio host Trey Radel added.
Biden, 79, tested positive for the virus last week despite being fully vaccinated and double boosted. He is reportedly experiencing mild symptoms.
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