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Biden Still Taking Credit for COVID Vaccine

Biden Still Taking Credit for COVID Vaccine

Dude, you got the vaccine in December. A month before you took office!

Someone, please tell President Joe Biden it’s not true that if you repeat a lie enough, it becomes the truth.

In his address on Thursday night, Biden once again took credit for the COVID vaccine and did not mention President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.

Biden also did not mention that his administration is working off contracts from Trump’s administration.

If you want to get technical, and we all should, most of the credit goes to Big Pharma. The private industry took charge, with scientists kicking butt 24/7 to make a viable vaccine.

If we cut the red tape, we wouldn’t have needed the private companies to get special permission to pass out the vaccines in America. But alas, we have all the red tape!

The man keeps preaching unity but will not acknowledge the vaccine development under Trump, and his FDA made it readily available to people in a matter of months.

Biden swore America “didn’t have nearly enough vaccine supply to vaccinate all or anywhere near all of the public” two months ago.

“Now, because of all the work we’ve done, we’ll have enough vaccine supply for all adults in America by the end of May.”

Dude, Pfizer and Moderna already said they “would ramp up their supply throughout the year.” It has nothing to do with the work you have done.

This happened during Trump’s administration.

Yes, Trump noticed:

The public slight appears to have irked the former president, along with his retired aides who told ABC News they are baffled at the political jabs in what was supposed to be a nonpartisan effort to vaccinate America.

In a statement released Wednesday, former President Donald Trump declared that if he hadn’t been president “you wouldn’t be getting that beautiful ‘shot’ for 5 years at best, and probably wouldn’t be getting it at all. I hope everyone remembers!”


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Off topic: Grizz, I figured out the problem with your avatar. It is indeed as I had speculated; your avatar has a non-G rating, so the new installation is set not to load it. All you need to do is go to and change the rating to G.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Milhouse. | March 12, 2021 at 9:32 am

    Thank you. Now, if I can figure out how to get at it. Somehow I ended up with two different avatars and need to get it sorted out. Thanks for the help!

Someone, please tell President Joe Biden it’s not true that if you repeat a lie enough, it becomes the truth.

Yes it is.

Yes it is.

Yes it is.

How about now? Yes it is. Yes it is. Yes it is.

Still not true? Come on, man.

if he hadn’t been president “you wouldn’t be getting that beautiful ‘shot’ for 5 years at best, and probably wouldn’t be getting it at all.

Now that actually is true.

    mark311 in reply to Milhouse. | March 12, 2021 at 9:32 am

    That is an odd statement, how exactly could you determine whether its true or not? Given other countries have matched the speed of development for a vaccines we know that its plausible that a number of leaders could have succeeded.

      paralegal in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 10:29 am

      1. No, they have not

      2. If they had, those vaccines would be marketed here too and they are not.

      gonzotx in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 12:08 pm

      Sorry all, meant to down vote, as always the thumbs are TOO CLOSE!!!!

      healthguyfsu in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 3:14 pm

      mark seems not to know that the closest other vaccine developed out of the country had a headstart due to working on a Sars-cov1 vaccine and an advantage due to developing a traditional vaccine rather than an mRNA vaccine. They still finished 2nd

      You fail twice, mark, back to the drawing board for better troll talking points.

So given the potential adverse events, it will become Trumps baby in 3 month when the mRna starts killing larger numbers

    mark311 in reply to rduke007. | March 12, 2021 at 9:35 am

    No not really the clinical trials clearly indicate the vaccine(s) are safe. The vaccine roll out has been over several months now, and thus far the negative impacts of a vaccine have been minimal.

      There is evidence out there to suggest otherwise.

      According to the Epoch times, the adverse reactions listed on the CDC website are a magnitude higher than ‘traditional’ vaccines, such as the yearly flu shot|IUTV&__stm_medium=email&__stm_source=smartech

      I’m not an anti-vaccer, but it appears that in some either the vaccine itself or subsequent exposure to the Covid virus causes the body to irreversibly attack major organs

      Yeah. Sure. That is why we have to keep wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Being immunized doesn’t really mean being immunized. It just means you get special privileges for being an obedient zombie.

      Lucifer Morningstar in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 11:44 am

      No not really the clinical trials clearly indicate the vaccine(s) are safe.

      Nope. Receiving an “Emergency Use Approval” from the FDA does not prove they are safe. The abbreviated testing simply shows that these vaccine(s) confer immunity and more importantly don’t immediately kill the subject. Until the full FDA approval process is conducted on these vaccine(s) which takes years to complete safety claims cannot be made.

      The vaccine roll out has been over several months now, and thus far the negative impacts of a vaccine have been minimal.

      So far. But can authorities guarantee that side-effects will be “minimal” next month? In six months? One year later? Two years down the road? No, they cannot because they don’t know what the safety implications over the short-term or the long-term will be. But we are certainly going to find out as this massive human vaccine trial/experiment continues apace.

      P.S. I am not an anti-vaxxer. Your body, your choice. But I simply question all statements of “safety” in regards to these new vaccines when we really don’t have a clue as to what will really happen.

      Brave Sir Robbin in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 8:00 pm

      Mark, we went over this the other day when I posted that CDC data indicates deaths associated with the mRNA vaccines are 4,500% greater than those associated with the flu vaccine. A check today shows that percentage increase has increased to 5,650% as of today.

      Results like this would normally cause research, development, and distribution to come a screeching halt, for sure.

      It is an experimental drug allowed to be administered under emergency use authorization, As such, it should only be given to high risk individuals. All others should not be given the mRNA vaccine. To do so has traditionally been thought of as the height of immoral and unethical behavior.

      DART tests have not been completed, and long-term side effects are still unknown.

      According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 is deadliest among older populations. In fact, through February 17, 93 percent of COVID-19 deaths nationwide have occurred among those ages 55 or older. Only 0.2 percent were younger than 25. People 25 and younger have a 1,000% greater chance of being killed in an automobile accident than by COVID-19. In addition, most of the deaths in this younger population had certain comorbidities known to place these individuals into a higher risk category.

      Giving this drug to people at low risk to COVID-19 (people under 55 with no comorbidities) is the height of irresponsibility.

      Science is science Mark. Follow it.

Remember how the commies hated Hitler, until the USSR signed a nonaggression pact with the Nazis? Then it was all hugs and kisses until the German National Socialist invaded Mother Russia. In the bat of an eye the commies went back to hating Hitler. Leftism is like a cult is like colony insects. When the message goes out they get the message like instantly in brain waves. Remember when the “walls are closing in” on President Trump?
For now the message is Trump had nothing to do with the vaccine. Adverse effects, and suddenly it all belongs to him. Note… during the campaign Harris said wouldn’t take a vaccine developed by Trump. What happened?

    mark311 in reply to Milwaukee. | March 12, 2021 at 9:37 am

    You are conflating power politics with ideology. You are also assuming the USSR still didn’t hate the Nazis and vice versa during the course of the non-aggression pact. The two things are not mutually exclusive.

      alaskabob in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 10:40 am

      Actually, his point is credibke. May I suggest Kotkin’s second tome on Stalin for an in-depth view of the relationship Germany and Russis?

      Milhouse in reply to mark311. | March 12, 2021 at 5:34 pm

      What Stalin may have felt about Hitler in his heart of hearts during that period will never be known. Though there are reports that Stalin took Hitler’s invasion as a personal betrayal.

      But communists all over the world, including here in the USA, certainly acted during that period as if they loved the Nazis. During that period they were actively anti-war; in countries that were already at war they acted to sabotage the war effort, and in the USA they did everything they can to promote anti-war sentiment. Had Pearl Harbor happened before Operation Barbarossa there is no question whatsoever that US communists would have sabotaged the war effort here too. Anyone who doubts that is either an idiot or a liar.

      But the moment Hitler turned on Stalin communists worldwide spun on a dime and became avid promoters of war. In the US they were slavering to get in, and when Pearl Harbor came along they were delighted to help.

      Just for one example, look at the shameful record of Pete Seeger during that period, and the pacifist album he had to recall when he suddenly changed his mind about the war, “coincidentally” just at the moment the order went out from Moscow.

Off topic: scrolling problem seems to be fixed. Thanks!

The important point is not that Biden lies. He’s a leftist. Lies are his stock in trade.

What’s important (and disheartening) is that many many people will repeat the lie, knowing it’s a lie and many more will not even know it’s a lie. They’ll accept it as true because the right people said it and made fun of anyone who didn’t believe it.

    NYBruin in reply to irv. | March 12, 2021 at 10:30 am

    Biden is an opportunist and a narcissist above all. He’ll adopt whatever policies are in vogue within his party in order to advance his own career.

    His complete lack of achievement in nearly 50 years in public life (other than be re-elected by the people of a tiny state) are the very definition of “failing upward”

      txvet2 in reply to NYBruin. | March 12, 2021 at 5:51 pm

      He’ll repeat anything he hears in his earpiece – including behavioral instructions (“”Salute the Marines””).

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to irv. | March 12, 2021 at 11:50 am

    I’m not even sure that Biden knows what he’s saying is a lie. He’s simply parroting out the speeches that his handlers write for him and I highly doubt he really comprehends what he’s saying.

The only thing the Biden Administration did was to get Merck to aid in production of the Johnson and Johnson one-dose vaccine

I’m confused. Are we at war with Eastasia or Eurasia?

Well so much for unity and bringing the nation together. If Biden and his administration can’t give credit for the Trump administration eliminating regulatory burdens and signing purchase agreements for 100 million doses each of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines parallel to development in order to have at least one vaccine ready for distribution upon completion of safety and efficacy trials….

This is going to be a long slog until the 2022 mid terms. Please get involved locally and at your State level with election integrity issues. Help register and transport folks to the polls. Do what you can to help work for a victory in 2022. Some can do more, some can do less. Do what you are able.

    Another Voice in reply to CommoChief. | March 12, 2021 at 1:36 pm

    Totally agree..All Politics Are Local and for the next 2 years your best voice is the one you can use at the local level of your Township/City, County and State Reps sitting in on the legislation they pass ultimately effecting your locality. Attach yourself to your local political party if only to be a voice at the table or an envelope stuffer.

Since the more global topic might just as well be, “Biden Being the Biden we Know,” take a look at this eye-opening and richly detailed diablography (my coinage, the opposite of a hagiography) — — as re another of “President*’s” more sinister, outstanding traits: appointing key (Obama) people as intimates and very official, legal protectors of his (and, say, Hunter’s) numerous financial and other missteps while in office.

Another day, another outrageous hijacking of the truth; another lever of power to operate; another treacherous act for, another dollar — all in the semi-conscious, slippery-brained, almost not responsible life of, absent being lawfully and duly elected, a recently inaugurated American president.