Brooklyn clinic owned by Orthodox Jews investigated for vaccine fraud

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2020-12-29 21:44

ParCare CEO Gary Schlesinger, right, posing with NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, date unknown [photo credit: Daily Mail]

By Carolyn Yeager

THE COMPANY CURRENTLY IN NEW YORK GOVERNOR Andrew Cuomo's crosshairs is ParCare Community Health Network, which advertised the Moderna vaccine shipment they received on December 21 and proceeded to vaccinate those who came to them. They're in trouble for ignoring the current government mandate that only those who fall into the priority categories of health care workers or nursing home residents can receive the first vaccines.

New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker announced a criminal investigation into the Health Network, which operates a chain of clinics in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Orange County, NY, for potentially obtaining the vaccines “fraudulently” and administering them to members of the public when only certain groups are eligible to receive it. ParCare's case is now in the hands of the New York Attorney General’s Office for further investigation, with Gov. Cuomo alleging ParCare may have misrepresented themselves to receive the vaccines.

ParCare claims to have administered 869 vaccine doses since receiving their shipment of 2,300. They have since given back most of the rest of their vaccines to the state.

An anonymous woman with respiratory problems told Fox News upon receiving the vaccine in Brooklyn, ''I was so relieved and grateful, And shocked I could get it already.'

She also relayed that she paid $150 for her single vaccine shot at ParCare.

Interestingly, ParCare's website features only generic photos of very Nordic-looking doctors and staff, with no indications of their Orthodox Jewishness and no names of any staff listed. It's worth taking a look at their site at

Taking care of the Jewish community first?

According to Columbus Jewish News, a Jewish man named David (an alias) saw an advertisement on his local Long Island community Whatsapp group inviting people “like him” and his wife, both over 65, to go get the COVID-19 vaccine. He suspected it was a scam but after doing research “he found the provider, ParCare Community Health Network, was well known and had contracted with NYC's health authority to administer coronvirus tests to the Orthodox Jewish community.”

A vaccine is not a “test,” so it could be that the clinic was approved for giving COVID-19 tests earlier in the year, and used that connection to receive vaccines that they then misused for the special benefit of the Orthodox community. We will keep following this story.

It's interesting to me that the 2,300 vaccine doses were delivered to Par Care in Monroe, New York, the town that includes the Hasidic village of Kiryas Joel. [See my previous articles on Kiryas Joel and medicare fraud here and here and here and here.

“But it’s clear that those vaccinated by ParCare include prominent Orthodox leaders. Rabbi Hershel Schachter and Rabbi Mordechai Willig, both head teachers at Yeshiva University, were vaccinated at ParCare last week, and the network tweeted a video of their vaccinations. Neither Schachter, 79, nor Willig, 73, is a frontline health care worker or nursing home resident or worker, the two categories currently eligible for vaccines.” -Columbus Jewish News

Most likely all will be forgiven and ascribed to honest misunderstanding, but it is at the very least just more evidence of the Jewish trait of entitlement and greed that runs rampant in Orthodox Jewish-American communities.


This takes me back to 2019, when you wrote a slew of articles on the Orthox Jews in New York / New Jersey.
You may remember the bizarre Jewish delicatessen shooting (carried out by a pair of black nationalists) in Jersey City in December 2019. I drafted an article (which I never finished) on it, which drew upon your research extensively. Here are some excerpts which may be of interest to you:

The reaction of the African-Americans in Jersey City shone a spotlight on the tension between Blacks and Jews in America's North-East - see 'New Video Shows Residents of Jersey City Blaming Jewish Victims of Tuesday’s Killing Spree for Their Own Murders: ‘Take That Sh– Somewhere Else!’'. The video has to be seen to be believed. In it, the African-Americans denounce Jews without inhibition; one cannot imagine white Americans doing the same.
After the attack, a representative from Americans Against Anti-Semitism, an organization which, unlike the ADL, actually opposes hate wherever it comes from, took a camera to record local reactions.
"I blame the Jews. We never had a shooting like this until they came," one resident bellows. “My children are stuck at school because of Jew shenanigans.”
"Four of y'all are dead right? That's great. If they was there, they got shot dead, that's great," a man says.
"Get the Jews out of Jersey City," someone else shouts.
The source of the tension lies in the behaviour of the Ultra-Orthodox communities in the region. Carolyn Yeager has made several posts on the growth and expansion of these communities, and the negative consequences that have followed, in Lakewood and Toms River, New Jersey, and Monroe and East Ramapo, New York.


The Yeager articles chronicle some of the resistance from white Americans to the judaisation of their towns, but on the basis of evidence at hand, whites overall have shown themselves on the whole to be more timid and deferential towards Jews than blacks.
In Ms Yeager's articles, you can detect an underlying disappointment in the white people of New Jersey and New York. Judaisation affects them economically, socially, politically - just as it affected the Germans of the Weimar years - but unlike the Germans, the Americans are not prepared to stand up and fight.

More COVID virus fraud:
Woman films EMPTY Gloucester Hospital:

I don't think this is very relevant (from England) and am not sure that it's on the up and up (I didn't watch it all - too boring), but I posted it for you.