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Video: Texas HHS Denies Monoclonal Antibody Treatment For Whites...


The Texas Health and Human Services made monoclonal antibody treatments available this year to COVID patients following Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) — unless of course those patients are white.

Infowars' American Journal host Harrison Smith, who recently tested positive for COVID, reported Saturday that he was denied monoclonal antibody treatment during a medical visit because he was white.

His reporting was corroborated by independent journalist Dave Reilly, who recorded a phone conversation with a State Infusion Hotline representative confirming only "high-risk ethnicities" are qualified to receive treatment, as well as those with underlying medical issues or who are above 65 years old.

"There's eligibility criterias [sic] that we go by, and, uh, African American and Hispanic are high-risk ethnicity groups, so that would be a qualifier," the rep said.