The White House said on Monday it lacks the funding for potential fourth doses of the experimental COVID-19 shots for everyone.
That’s fantastic news since the shots are poisons and don’t do anything to prevent COVID-19.
In fact, the Biden administration would actually save lives by not putting Americans at further risk of life-threatening adverse reactions.
Speaking on an episode of “In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt,” recorded Monday, White House COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients explained that emergency funding is urgently needed for America’s continued pandemic response.
N0, emergency funding is not needed to combat COVID-19.
But Jeff Zients desperately pleaded for the funds to pay for another booster dose.
“Right now, we don’t have enough money for fourth doses, if they’re called for – booster shots, additional booster shots for all Americans. We don’t have the funding, if we were to need a variant-specific vaccine in the future. Immediately, we don’t have money to order more of the very effective monoclonal treatments,” he said.
“Already, we’ve had to cut back allocations to our state partners by 30%, so we preserve the inventory that we do have,” Zients added.
White House: No funds for fourth COVID-19 vaccine dosehttps://t.co/MjTeWOfXEf
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 23, 2022
The Biden administration lacks the funds to purchase a potential fourth coronavirus vaccine dose for everyone, even as other countries place their own orders and potentially move ahead of the United States in line, administration officials said Monday.https://t.co/bIOoYzMVGE
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 22, 2022
Fox Business reported:
The administration has been leaning on Congress to take action and pass billions of dollars of coronavirus aid.
Both Republicans and Democrats have refused to bite, ejecting COVID-19 funding from the $1.5 trillion spending bill signed earlier this month.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has called on the Biden administration to double an initial request for $22.5 billion.
“It’s really Congress’ job now to provide those funds, to pass the $22.5 billion in emergency funds so that we can continue to keep Americans protected, prepare for whatever the virus could bring in the future and continue our efforts to vaccinate the world,” Zients said.
“And, without funding, we will be unprepared for that possibility of increased cases in severity and hospitalizations,” he told Slavitt.
We don’t need tax-payer-funded booster doses.
But don’t expect our Big Pharma-funded politicians to do that.
I think Congress will find a way to ensure more money is printed to pay for their precious shots.