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Trump Claims CDC Director Mistaken About Vaccine Timing

President Trump repeatedly contradicted one of his top health officials, claiming that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield, was both confused and wrong when he said a vaccine will likely not be ready until mid-2021, and that masks may actually be more effective than a vaccine in protecting individuals from the virus.

Well, I guess it all boils down to “just who are you going to trust?” On the one hand, we have a well-credentialed doctor and a scientist - and on the other, a wealthy, pampered, spoiled, willfully ignorant man-child - who stared directly into an eclipse and believes wind mills cause cancer? I get it - those are some tough choices.

OK, but then just ask yourself, when’s the last time you were out somewhere in public, and heard someone cry out "Help, my husband’s having a heart attack! Is there a sleazy, New York real estate developer with mob ties in the house?”

Even so, I really don’t blame anyone for this incredible mess we’re all in. After all, I don’t think it’s possible anyone could have ever dreamed that having a narcissistic, con-artist, lying grifter - serving as President during times of unprecedented crisis - could end up being a problem.


johnnyrobish 7 Sep 16
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Anyone who is stupid enough to believe anything Trump says is to dumb to live. Harsh to say but it is a way to tell them that it is their responsibility to figure out that he is a lier and wants to kill them. He says this every day all one has to do is listen.