Yale medical professor calls Biden ‘white supremacist’ for working while having COVID

President Joe Biden was recently diagnosed with COVID-19, and even though he has a long list of comorbidities and is most certainly in a high-risk column as far as the potential for a dangerous iteration of the disease, the White House has made sure to show the American people that the president is still working.

But for some, that crosses a line — a racism line. According to some, including Yale Medical Professor and physician Dr. Kim Sue, Biden continuing to work while displaying COVID-19 symptoms is nothing less than a clear mark of “white supremacy.”

The prestigious doctor actually tweeted that very comment, before she eventually deleted it, according to the Daily Caller.

She wrote: “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.”

PJ Media writer Chris Queen torched the Yale doctor for the asinine statement, even suggesting that the president must immediately “step aside” in a sarcastic tone.

“Urgency, you see, equals white supremacy, which means that the president thinks that he can’t stop getting things done. He’s accomplished so much throughout his presidency that he thinks he has to keep going. It’s like a drug, and Joe Biden can’t stop getting that hit of hard-workin’ white supremacy,” Queen wrote.

He added: “There’s only one thing he can do to remedy this heinous act of stomping on the right of minorities — or, dare I say it: threatening our democracy — with his white supremacist work ethic, and that’s to turn the presidency over to a minority until he recovers.”

The Daily Caller noted: “Activists claim that urgently working on anything besides racial and social injustice promotes white supremacy.”

The White House, so far, has not commented on Dr. Sue’s ridiculously stupid remark.