With President Trump, we knew we had a leader who would make a decision and then would stick to it regardless of the snowflakes in the Woke Supremacy mob screaming at the top of their lungs. If Trump felt that his decision was the right thing for the American people, he stuck to it. He didn’t waver; he didn’t appease. And more importantly, he didn’t do anything for his own personal gain when making a decision that would affect people’s lives. And that goes with members of his own party who cowered to the Left.
The way Democrats govern is to stick their finger in the air to test the political winds, and they let the cry babies decide government actions.
When you elect someone to office, you’re basically saying you agree with how this person thinks, with what this person wants to do in office, and what the goals of his administration are. Sometimes that means that the people you elect are going to stick to their guns because they have principles, and they believe that what they’re doing is best for the people who elected them to office. That’s why it is so important to figure out the character of the person you are voting for. However, we have seen time and time again Democrats elected to office who do things that are contrary to what they campaigned on doing. Love him or hate him, Donald Trump kept his promises. It was a rare thing to see, and it was a breath of fresh air.
Trump vented his anger at the Biden Administration’s decision to pull the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine over concerns about adverse effects involving six people experiencing blood clotting after they got vaccinated. Trump quoted from a New York Post editorial in his statement.
“The federal pause on the J&J shot makes no sense. Why is the Biden White House letting insanely risk-averse bureaucrats run the show?” read the statement from Trump on Friday evening relayed on Twitter by Jenna Ellis, one of the attorneys who handled Trump’s efforts to prove there was massive election fraud.
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) April 17, 2021
“Just six people out of the nearly 7 million who’ve gotten the Johnson & Johnson vaccine reported blood clots. The condition is more common in the general population, and every vaccine — indeed, every medication — carries some risk, including the Moderna and Pfizer jabs,” the statement added.
“With COVID cases still rising nationwide, it’s sheer lunacy to delay millions of vaccinations and feed fears among the vax-resistant,” the former president added.
“Indeed, this moronic move is a gift to the anti-vax movement,” the statement concluded. “The science bureaucrats are fueling that deranged pseudo-science.”
On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stopped the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine “out of an abundance of caution,” which is the term they use when they don’t really know what’s going on. This action caused confidence in the vaccine to drop among the American people with polling showing support went from 52 percent down to 37 percent.
— U.S. FDA (@US_FDA) April 13, 2021
Johnson & Johnson responded in a statement cautioning people against jumping the gun to conclude the worst about their vaccine.
“The safety and well-being of the people who use our products is our number one priority. We are aware of an extremely rare disorder involving people with blood clots in combination with low platelets in a small number of individuals who have received our COVID-19 vaccine. The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration are reviewing data involving six reported U.S. cases out of more than 6.8 million doses administered. Out of an abundance of caution, the CDC and FDA have recommended a pause in the use of our vaccine.”
Dr. Anthony Fauci – da Fauch – voiced similar worries about the pause, complaining that it could lead to more hesitancy among Americans who are already skeptical about vaccines in general.
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Author: Rich Welsh
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