I’m pretty sure the pharmaceutical companies were already planning a vaccine and didn’t need a push from Fauci or any bureaucrat.
Dr. Anthony Fauci spent all 2020 “cautious” about the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year. He did not flat-out said we would not have one, but it seemed like he felt that way.
But now Fauci wants the credit for the vaccine.
Here’s an idea! How about we give credit to those who actually deserve it. Do you know who deserves it?
The scientists and pharmaceutical companies. They are the only ones who get my thanks and appreciation.
Anyway, there are some who believe the credit belongs to President Donald Trump, including Trump. If anything it cut the red tape that shouldn’t even be there to get it approved by the FDA.
Fauci attempted to take the credit on CNN on Sunday night:
“When I saw what happened in New York City, almost overrunning of our health care systems, and that’s when it became very clear that the decision we made on January 10 to go all-out and develop a vaccine, may have been the best decision that I’ve ever made with regard to intervention as the director of the institute,” he said in “COVID WAR: The Pandemic Doctors Speak Out.”
Ok, bro. I’m pretty sure the pharmaceutical companies were already planning a vaccine and didn’t need a push from you or any bureaucrat because this is what they do.
Fauci credits himself, not Trump, for the rapid rollout of Covid vaccines: “It may have been the best decision that I’ve ever made" pic.twitter.com/CYrni6KeKA
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 29, 2021
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