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They say that when someone of the United States that someone ends up learning more about the government than anyone would ever imagine.

That means that all of the secrets come alive. Biden spendt eight years as Vice President so he probably knows more than his share of them already. Which begs one question…

Why would it be that he is in such a rush, ahead of what the experts have predicted is safe, to get the vaccine in as many Americans as possible?

Joe Biden says he will release more COVID-19 vaccine doses to speed delivery to more people, his office said Friday. There’s no doubt we will watch COVID-19 completely disappear in 2021 and the mainstream media will claim Joe Biden is a hero.

Biden will take credit for the vaccine

“The president-elect believes we must accelerate distribution of the vaccine while continuing to ensure the Americans who need it most get it as soon as possible,” spokesman T.J. Ducklo said in a statement. Biden “supports releasing available doses immediately, and believes the government should stop holding back vaccine supply so we can get more shots in Americans’ arms now.”

After a glow of hope when the first vaccines were approved last month, the nation’s inoculation campaign has gotten off to a slow start. Of 29.4 million doses distributed, about 5.9 million have been administered, or 27%, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Biden has already indicated his displeasure. In a speech last week he said he intends to speed up vaccinations by having the federal government take a stronger role to make sure that vaccines are not only available, but that shots are going into the arms of more Americans. President Trump has delivered the vaccine to the states, and leaving it up to them to administer the shots.

“The Trump administration plan to distribute vaccines is falling behind—far behind,” Biden said. “If it continues to move as it is now, it’s going to take years, not months, to vaccinate the American people.”

The American Hospital Association estimates that the nation would need to vaccinate 1.8 million people a day, every day, from Jan. 1 to May 31, to reach the goal of having widespread immunity by the summer. That’s also called “herd immunity” and would involve vaccinating at least 75% of the population.

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  1. Tim

    Oh Lordy…Texas alone has handed out over 1 million vaccinations than any other state. Biden couldn’t come up with a plan on his own. Instead, he does like he’s always done….PLAGIARIZE from someone else’s leadership…who would be PRESIDENT TRUMP!

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