White House: Obama Didn’t Time Travel America A Vaccine

No setup of Donald Trump’s sacrificial media lamb Kayleigh McEnany is needed this time, just watch:

MCENANY: …tore through bureaucratic barriers so we can get a safe, effective, and timely vaccine, and once again compare that to Obama/Biden where they promised a vaccine, they vastly underperformed…

It’s what George Orwell would write today, except much dumber.

0 Shares

3 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. kickshot says:

    That blows right past Kelly Anne's COVID-1,2,3…. 18 rant:

    This is Covid-19, not Covid-1, folks. You would think that people charged with the World Health Organization facts and figures would be on top of that. This is just a pause right now.

     

  2. Meiner49erMeiner49er says:

    This "vaccine" is just Trump and the Drug Companies looking to fleece the Covidiots in his base one last time. It's amazing how they always fall for it.

  3. JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

    She MAY have been talking about the vaccine developed for the Swine Flu … or maybe the ones the Obama Administration was working on for Ebola … or  Zika. 

    Needless to say, there is NO praise for Obama's administration championing a basic vaccine approach.   Rep. Bill Foster (D, IL-11)

    “Heeding the advice of his scientific panel, in 2013 the Obama Administration invested $25 million through DARPA for research into the mRNA platform for pandemic response. This was followed by a $125 million investment by BARDA in 2015, so that by the end of the Obama administration, mRNA vaccines and therapeutics were being tested in both animals and humans.

    “The reasons the Obama administration prioritized mRNA vaccines and therapeutics were speed of manufacture, and potency. Without those kinds of investments, “Project Warp Speed” and current efforts to produce an effective COVID-19 vaccine as quickly as possible would not be finding success.”

Leave a Reply

Comment from your Facebook account


You may comment with your Colorado Pols account above (click here to register), or via Facebook below.