After Biden and Harris expressed concerns about rushed Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines being mass-distributed to the American public before the Nov. 3 election, Trump called them both out for questioning science and putting the lives of Americans at stake.
"It undermines science," Trump stated about the skepticism expressed by the Democrat ticket. "They'll say anything and it's so dangerous for our country."
The other day during an interview with Florida's WKMG News 6, Biden asked some hypothetical questions about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines that Trump plans to introduce to America as early as Nov. 1.
"Who's going to take the shot?" Biden asked. "Are you going to be the first one to say, 'Sign me up,' they now say it's okay?"
During a separate interview, Harris expressed similar concerns, calling the prospect of a rushed Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, especially from Trump, "an issue for us all."
"I would not trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about," Harris said.
According to Trump, such rhetoric is "endangering lives." And releasing a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine as soon as October, and for sure before the end of the year, is the only way to ensure that Americans are protected from the plandemic.
"The vaccine will be very safe, very effective, and it will be delivered soon," Trump recently announced. "You could have a big surprise coming up."
Back in May, Trump announced as part of his Operation Warp Speed program that a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will be ready "by the end of the year." That timeline was later moved up to just before the election, which is when Trump now wants to start mass-vaccinating Americans.
A few days later, however, Trump stated that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will eventually "go away without a vaccine," so it remains difficult to discern what, exactly, will happen in the coming weeks.
What we do know is that the Trump administration is calling on the states to prepare for the unveiling of a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine by Nov. 1.
Trump wants every state to prepare now for mass distribution of this vaccine by setting up distribution sites all throughout the land. This will ensure that as many Americans as possible can get jabbed before pulling the level for either Trump or Biden on Nov. 3.
"Operation Warp Speed officials have told distributors to expect the elderly – including those homebound, in nursing homes and in senior living facilities – as well as health care workers, frontline essential workers, national security workers and communities of color, to be among the priority groups for the first vaccine doses," writes Michael Wilner for McClatchyDC.
Retail chains like CVS Pharmacy are expected to play a significant role in getting Trump's vaccine mass-distributed as quickly as possible. The company indicated that it has been "having discussions with the administration on the important role we can play."
Meanwhile, many Trump supporters are struggling through perhaps the worst cognitive dissonance thus far in his presidency. Do they continue supporting Trump as he races to unveil a fast-tracked Big Pharma vaccine, or is it best to backpedal and stick with the health freedom principles that serve as a bedrock for medical choice?
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