The Trump administration helped move along the process of the COVID vaccine at a rate that the former President’s critics thought was impossible. They laughed him off as being unrealistic in his prediction that the vaccine would be developed by the end of 2020.
As it turns out, he was right, his critics were wrong, and now they have been made to look like fools.
However, the vaccines haven’t been distributed as quickly as was hoped, and so far, only 16 million Americans have received the first dose.
Although the states have been left in charge of distributing the vaccine, Amazon recently announced—miraculously—that they are suddenly available to offer assistance to vaccine distribution…on day one of the Biden administration.
It is almost like Amazon didn’t want to help the Trump administration with the distribution, but now they’re willing to let Joe Biden appear like a miracle worker by increasing the amount of vaccines that will be distributed.
Call me crazy.
Fox Business reported,
“Amazon offered President Biden resources to help the new administration in its vaccine effort, but former Trump officials claim the company never extended that assistance to former President Trump.
Amazon, just after Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, said they were ‘ready to assist’ the new administration in meeting their goal to vaccinate 100 million Americans in the first 100 days of his administration.
Dave Clark, CEO of Amazon’s worldwide consumer business, penned the letter to Biden on Wednesday, saying the company is ‘prepared to leverage our operations, information technology, and communications capabilities and expertise to assist your administration’s vaccination efforts.’”
Former President Trump left Biden with an infrastructure to distribute the vaccine using Operation Warp speed to develop and distribute the vaccine across the country.
But Joe Biden will swoop in and save the day after inheriting “no plan at all”…at least according to the Democrat media narrative.
Operation Warp speed was one of the great successes of the Trump administration and his handling of the pandemic response was far better than he was given credit for.
Amazon was playing politics with a lifesaving vaccine, preferring to help their favorite candidate so as not to give the Big Bad Orange Man any help or credit.
Is it any wonder why conservatives don’t trust corporations like Amazon that put their own political interests first?
The business world is joining with pop culture, the government, and Big Tech to suppress conservative views, like they did with Parler. It is only going to get worse from here.
If they can do this with a vaccine, imagine what else they can do to us. Scary thought indeed.