Radical Democrat House Rep. Ayanna Pressley claims Black people are sick and overweight because of “food apartheid systems.” In her eyes, everything is the White man’s fault. Apparently Black people are locked out of the produce section of their local grocery stores.
The Squad still race baiting
Massachusetts Democrat House Rep. and “Squad” member Ayanna Pressley is a racist who thinks White people are responsible for all the problems in America.
In a recent interview on MSNBC, Pressley blames systemic racism for the declining health in the Black community. Maybe she’s never turned on her TV to see that Black American athletes dominate in sports. Somehow they figured out how to get in shape.
Pressley said, “The coronavirus is the third leading cause of death of Black Americans. So the most vulnerable and marginalized communities, because of the comorbidities due to structural racism, because of unequal access to health care, because of transportation deserts and food apartheid systems, have been the most vulnerable to contracting this virus and have had the highest rates of fatality.”
Ayanna Pressley is the typical Democrat. Play the victim and play the race card. Nothing is ever their fault.
If there are truly transportation deserts and lack of quality grocery stores in Black neighborhoods, maybe they should take a look around and ask themselves why that is. Hint: It’s not the White man’s fault.
Maybe they shouldn’t burn and loot local businesses then complain when all those businesses pack up and leave for good.
This summer, during the height of the rioting, Ayanna Pressley told reporters “there should be unrest in the streets as long as there’s unrest in our lives.” So she encouraged Black people to destroy their communities then blames “structural racism” for the damage done. Democrats just don’t get it.
Democrat House Rep blames White people
America has an obesity problem and it has nothing to do with race. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that the average American ate almost 20% more calories in the year 2000 than they did in 1983.
According to another study, only 20% of today’s jobs require at least moderate physical activity, as opposed to 50% of jobs in 1960.
The human body was not designed to sit around on the couch all day, staring at screens while drinking jugs of sugary soda and eating bags of fried salted carbs. We should be moving more and eating better.
Humans were designed to hunt, gather, run, climb, chop, build. But for many people, the most exercise they get is the walk from their house to their car.
No wonder heart disease and obesity is out of control. You can make the change and take control of your health today. Or you can believe the Democrat lies, sit around eating french fries while blaming another race for your problems. The choice is yours.