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Yamiche Alcindor

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Yamiche Alcindor is a fake news reporter for the tax-payer funded state media network Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) where she covers the White House. Alcindor has been described in printed reports as "morbidly obese."[1] Alcindor is known for her fraudulent reporting on the Trump-Russia collusion hoax, among other fake news scandals.

When U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, a Black man, advised African Americans to take preventative measures to address the COVID-19 threat—including, “avoid[ing] alcohol, tobacco and drugs”—he was excoriated by Alcindor for “offending” African Americans because he used informal and idiosyncratic speech, urging people of color: “We need you to do this, if not for yourself, then for your abuela. Do it for your granddaddy. Do it for your Big Mama. Do it for your Pop-Pop.”[2]

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