Trump Proves Doubters Wrong

He was doubted, called a liar, and categorically dismissed by the mainstream media for his bold prediction. In the end, he was 100% right.

On Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration officially granted Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine emergency use authorization, kicking off a massive distribution plan that promises to inoculate millions of Americans by the year’s end. On Monday, the first doses of the groundbreaking vaccine were administered at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, New York.

This is overwhelming good news and obviously a historic achievement for the United States, and yes, many thanks are owed to the Trump administration, which pushed the development of a vaccine into overdrive with Operation Warp Speed. But don’t tell that to critics of the president, who vehemently discounted that a vaccine could be produced so quickly simply because it was President Trump who promised it.

For months, public health experts and legacy media organizations cautioned Americans that Trump’s claims of a vaccine by the end of the year were “impossible.”

“It is preposterous,” pandemic expert Dr. Irwin Redlener said in May regarding Trump’s promise. “It is impossible to get that done by the end of the year.”

NBC News ran a fact-check on Trump’s claims, citing experts to say that a vaccine was still 12 to 18 months away unless a medical “miracle” happened.

Bloomberg News questioned if Trump’s vaccine aspirations amounted to an “impossible dream.”

Business Insider reported in April that a vaccine against the coronavirus might be impossible to produce regardless of the timeline.

In a September report about Trump’s vaccine promises, NPR made sure to note that the president was “contradicting the [U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention].”

ABC News similarly reported that Trump’s vaccine promise stood in contrast to what his own team of experts said.

CNBC noted that Trump’s promise, which he repeated during the final presidential debate, was issued “despite contrary evidence.”

When Trump announced at a campaign stop early in November that a vaccine was within weeks of being developed, Vox journalist Aaron Rupar called it the “surest indication yet” that America was not close on a vaccine.

Trump’s statement turned out to be correct. On Nov. 9, Pfizer and BioNTech announced a breakthrough on the vaccine.

On the campaign trail, former Vice President Joe Biden said, “I trust vaccines. I trust scientists. But I don’t trust Donald Trump.”

It appears that many public health experts and media organizations adopted that same line of thinking. Instead of reporting about the optimistic progress taking place in the search for a vaccine, they leaned into any pessimism they could find around the subject. Ultimately, they were proven wrong.

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Written by Joshua Jackson


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  1. The government is full of nothing but the rich wanting to fill there pockets fuller with all American s money tax tax and more taxes taken from the working support people on welfare that don’t and won’t work it’s high time for a change they should have to work and live like the rest of the world and see how they like but they continue to through parties. On are money who’s the real liars and theives

  2. I agree with you Dallas! When the vaccine was coming out, Biden was talking about making a vaccine. He probably just watches CNN & MSNBC. The media is to blame for not informing their viewers. It’s disgusting & disrespectful that nor Biden or any Democrat could thank our President. When Biden spoke last night he never mentioned the vaccine which is a big deal. He spoke about himself & never takes questions. This is what we’re in for the next four years. If Biden will run this country, he has to be able to answer serious questions, not an ice cream flavor. As for the media, they shouldn’t call themselves journalists because journalists should not be bias or opinionated. We don’t need them, we can form our own opinions and are not dumb to believe an opinion but look for facts. Biden once said he believed in the truth not facts, well I believe in the truth & facts. We need transparency Biden!

  3. THE ONLY President to fulfill his promises.
    And the DEMONRATS have tried to everything to take him out.
    TRAITORS every single one of them.
    Cheaters. Liars.

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