So, let me get this straight.
Sleepy Joe wants to inject every adult American with an EXPERIMENTAL vaccine by May?
For a virus with well over a 99% survival rate?
— CP24 (@CP24) March 2, 2021
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BREAKING: The U.S. expects to have enough coronavirus vaccines for all adult Americans by the end of May, two months earlier than anticipated, President Joe Biden said. https://t.co/EgLFFuf0W2
— The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) March 2, 2021
President Biden’s announcement moves up the timeline to vaccinate the general adult population in the US by about two months, from July to the end of May. Light at the end of the tunnel
— Aaron Martin (@WPXIAaronMartin) March 2, 2021
There’s one problem Mr. Biden.
How are you going to inoculate every adult American when half of them don’t want Big Pharma’s poisons injected into their body?
More than half of Americans don’t want COVID-19 vaccine, survey shows https://t.co/aXPpyzM25s
— Eddy Bettermann 🇩🇪 (@DrEddyMD) February 16, 2021
Black adults under age 40 are the most likely group to say they “definitely won’t” get the Covid-19 vaccine, more than double the response rate of white and Hispanic respondents who are the same age, according to national survey data https://t.co/VIgwSlkAIK
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 26, 2021
Black Americans cite Tuskegee and a notorious syphilis study for mistrust in Covid-19 vaccines. Here's what the people of Tuskegee had to say. “I don’t think it’s a good vaccine. They just don’t want to tell us the truth.” https://t.co/16TT0sfXO2
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 25, 2021
As more and more coronavirus vaccines becomes available, it's becoming clear that a lot of people don't want it. https://t.co/pwiZZnFDH9
— KTBS (@KTBS) March 2, 2021
And who could blame them?
We see countless stories of COVID-19 vaccine recipients being hospitalized or tragically passing away shortly after receiving their experimental vaccine.
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 2, 2021
Of course the link is uncertain.
That’s what they always say.
Bhiwandi: Healthcare worker dies minutes after second COVID vaccine dose https://t.co/mNeQ1bc7c7
— Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) March 3, 2021
Haley Link Brinkmeyer RIP, 28 yr old dies two days after getting COVID vaccine.
“Haley Link Brinkmeyer worked as a physical therapist for North River Health Campus, the assisted living center in her hometown. This vaccine superfan facility posts often in support of vaccines." pic.twitter.com/LvEn7QJzKk
— Mr___Killuminati (@Mr__Killuminati) February 25, 2021
Several nuns die after taking first shot of COVID vaccine | News | LifeSite https://t.co/mxQ0B0ChiI
— Linda M. Cameron (@LindaMCameron) February 26, 2021
The list goes on and on.
Biden better be prepared for millions of vaccine doses to get tossed in the trash.
Fox News reported on Sleepy Joe’s experimental vaccine promise:
Following the recent emergency use approval of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, all U.S. adults will be able to receive a coronavirus vaccine by the end of May, President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday.
Biden during a press conference officially announced that pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. is teaming up with rival Johnson & Johnson to help manufacture its recently-approved COVID-19 vaccine in a bid to speed the country’s vaccination efforts, a process that began slowly but has accelerated in recent weeks.
The emergency approval of a vaccine, in addition to the collaboration between Merck and Johnson & Johnson, was key in moving the target of the vaccines being available to all adult Americans from July to the end of May, some two months sooner than initially expected. Biden credited a “stepped-up process” in seeing this timeline accelerated.
Johnson & Johnson previously agreed to supply the U.S. with 100 million doses of its one-shot vaccine by June, but White House officials said the company had struggled with supply and material issues.
Last week, ahead of the FDA’s emergency use authorization, Jeff Zients, White House COVID-19 coordinator, said the Biden administration was working to further “accelerate the pace and timeframe” for which the company delivered the agreed-upon supply after learning Johnson & Johnson had fallen behind in their production schedule.
Increased production of the Johnson & Johnson jab is an “opportunity to help address urgent vaccination needs more quickly,” the president said. He also noted his goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans in his administration’s first 100 days will likely be met, as the country is already “halfway to that goal” in his first 37 days, Biden said, adding he is “confident” the U.S. “will make it all the way.”
With more vaccines, the country will also require more vaccinators, Biden said, noting doctors and nurses across the country have come out of retirement to assist with these efforts. He added that thousands of federal personnel — namely those from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Department of Defense, and beyond — have also aided in vaccination efforts.
Additionally, Biden wants all states to give priority to K-12 teachers, child-care works, school staffers, and other educators, advising states to provide at least one COVID-19 vaccine to this group by the end of March. This group will also be able to use the federal pharmacy program to obtain a vaccination appointment, he said.
In the meantime, Biden implored all U.S. citizens to remain vigilant, especially amid emerging variants of the novel disease.
Smells like Big Pharma stuffing their pockets to me.
And more coercion or mandates for these experimental vaccines.