Calling his "Operation Warp Speed" mass injection program the "greatest bet in history" during a recent interview, the former president patted himself on the back for rushing the jabs to market at warp speed without proper testing for safety or efficacy.
"Most people understand we were the ones that did it," Trump stated proudly to Rita Cosby on 77 WABC AM-N.Y.
Trump went on to chastise Joe Biden and his regime for trying to take credit for the injections, reiterating that he alone deserves all the credit for unleashing the plandemic shot on the masses without formal approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
"I did something which was maybe the greatest bet ever made in history, in a sense, because I bought billions and billions of dollars of the vaccine, before it was approved, before they knew for sure that it was going to work," Trump told Cosby.
"We had an idea, but we didn't know for sure, and I bought billions. You wouldn't have had your vaccines until October of this year, so nobody would have been vaccinated. I bought it before it was approved. And that was a big bet."
Even though women are miscarrying, children are dying, and more "disease" variants are spreading because of his injections, Trump is doubling down on his "accomplishment," which he compared to making a good play in the stock market.
"But you know, we saved 10s of millions of lives," Trump bragged. "And had I not done that, that was a risky move, in a sense, because who knew maybe it wouldn't have worked."
Obtusely referring to it as the "Trump vaccine," the former Apprentice star went on to urge all Americans to take his injection because doing so is necessary in order to reach "herd immunity."
"I guess they call it the Trump vaccine, and so I certainly, certainly would; I'd like to urge everybody to get it," Trump stated.
"It's been safe. And it's been totally effective, just about, and it's something that I think people should do. But I also believe if they don't want to do it, you can't force them to do it."
To be clear, nobody is forcing Americans to get injected, though some are calling for those who refuse to have to wear a mask forever. Trump did not address this proposed tyranny during his interview, nor did he take any responsibility for unleashing medical fascism on the country.
Trump did, however, criticize Anthony Fauci not for lying about the plandemic and apparently causing it, but rather for proposing a five-year plan to release Wuhan Flu shots on a normal schedule rather than at "warp speed."
"It would have taken five years probably wouldn't have come up with it at all," Trump said about Fauci. "I push the FDA very hard. I wouldn't say they exactly like me too much, but that's okay."
"But we push them harder than they've ever been pushed, and they approved it. And they came up with it. And the companies came up with it. And frankly, you know, I can only be very happy about it."
"When the effects of the experimental RNA concoction shots show up in about a year, it will be interesting to watch how politicians and the medical industry walk back their claims," wrote one commenter at Newsmax. "Just remember the pharmaceutical companies are protected from liability by law."
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