Whether we like it or not, bad leadership has consequences.
^The one good point that this Trump simp makes
they wanted to win an election against a man who was spearheading the rapid creation of a much-needed vaccine.
^Hilarious claim that Trump put literally any work into this... at best Mike Pence could get some credit, but this was truly 99% on Big Pharma. Literally all the admin had to do was urge the FDA to approve the vax.
The consequences of all this is that many people have lost trust in public officials.
^Absurd suggestion that this is a new phenomenon... are you joking? Total mistrust of public officials is as old as the USA. But any new wave of it has been going ongoing since at least the Clinton impeachment. Maybe 911 restored it because of increased patriotism, but Bush certainly miffed that up.
And just as Harris/Biden implicitly encouraged resistance to a vaccine that was soon to be encouraged by a republican president, foolish people have adopted the strategy to undermine the democrats’ mission to vaccinate the population with that same vaccine.
^Incredible act of selective memory after months and months and months of Fox and Trump admin denying covid and spreading misinformation. Really giving himself away by suggesting Fox somehow took a page out of Biden/Harris's book
I don't even like this administration or the dems, but my god you guys are incapable of thinking for yourselves. It's pathetic.