SHARE WITH FRIENDS

OPINION: This article contains commentary which reflects the author’s opinion
Reminder : The purpose of the articles that you will find on this website is to EDUCATE our opinions and not to disinform or grow hate and anger!

Former President Donald Trump is taking a stand against vaccine skepticism, and the current White House, in a rare show of unity, is supporting his views.

Mr. Trump dismissed claims that the jab is killing people in a recent interview with conservative media personality Candace Owens, stating that the “vaccine works.”

Subscribe today to WayneDupree.com so that will keep you up to date with breaking news, opinions and updates. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $5.00 a month

“Look, the vaccine’s outcomes are excellent, and if you do contract it, it’s a very mild kind,” Mr. Trump said. “Vaccines do not cause death.”

Ms. Owens pressed the former president on why more individuals had died from COVID-19 after the vaccine’s distribution, hinting that the vaccination had had little effect on the virus’s spread.

Mr. Trump refuted the assertion.

“No, the immunizations are effective,” Mr. Trump said. “Those who do not get the immunization become quite ill and need hospitalization. However, it remains their option. Additionally, if you get the vaccination, you are protected.”

The former president also lauded his administration’s rapid rollout of the vaccination via a nearly $18 billion initiative named Operation Warp Speed.

“The vaccination is one of humanity’s greatest accomplishments,” Mr. Trump said. “I developed a vaccination comprised of three vaccines. All of them are excellent. In less than nine months, I came up with three of them. It was anticipated to take between five and twelve years.”

Mr. Trump made waves earlier this week when he revealed in an interview with former Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly that he had had a booster injection. The words elicited a range of responses from the live audience assembled for the sit-down.

The former president made a clear distinction between vaccination efficacy and President Biden’s vaccine regulations in his discussion with Ms. Owens.

JOIN THE WAYNE DUPREE PODCAST and get the latest podcast extras while being part of an interactive community!

“Ignore the requirements,” he advised Ms. Owens. “People must have their liberty.”

Despite their disagreements on the requirements, the current White House praised the past president’s statements.

“I’m just going to reiterate what previous President Trump stated about the vaccinations’ safety and effectiveness,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Twitter Thursday. “I wish you a joyful Christmas Night eve. Proceed to be enhanced.”

Article Source : WayneDupree.com
OPINION: This article contains commentary which reflects the author’s opinion
Reminder : The purpose of the articles that you will find on this website is to EDUCATE our opinions and not to disinform or grow hate and anger!


SHARE WITH FRIENDS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.