Rich wrote::lol: Haven't you clocked it yet . the Liberal argument will be that it must be compulsory because its so ineffective.[/url]
I think the medical corporations know that they have got to act responsibly on this one. They know that what ever they do they must under know circumstances cure this thing.
Bill Gates is basically openly admitting that the last thing he wants is for the public to be hopeful that the coronavirus will be cured.
And popular daytime television personality Anthony Fauci is colluding with the vaccine manufactures
and with the news outlets who have him on as a guest.
How can people not see this blatant conflict of interest?
How is it even legal for him to be on television all day every day, disparaging all other medical treatments and recommendations from other doctors and news stations don't have to run disclaimers that they take money from the companies that he's involved with to drug adds?
I mean, the drug add buys by themselves were already bad enough!
Anyways, Trump says that he's not going to force people to undergo medical experiments on behalf of evil doctors like Fauci, Frieden and Hotez and literal comic book villains like Bill Gates, because he has probably been told that this is a violation of the Geneva convention.
Still the pro-vaxxers and government officials who hysterically over-reacted to virus, called for entire sectors of economies to be shut down and destroyed millions of lives just so they could get invited to news shows don't give a shit about human rights. They are the ones I am worried about. I would be surprised if these local health officials, mayors and governors are also accepting bribe money from vaccine manufacturers or are involved in some other kind of financial shenanigans.Trump says he will NOT force Americans to take coronavirus vaccine as polls show widespread skepticism about jab
US President Donald Trump said he would not issue a mandate for a coronavirus vaccine when a jab becomes available, allowing individuals to choose for themselves amid concerns that immunizations are being rushed through trials.
Asked who would be first to receive a vaccine in an interview on Fox Business on Thursday, Trump said “essential workers” and “older people” would take priority, but made a brief detour to assure that he would not make vaccination compulsory.
“I don’t believe I’d ever do a mandated vaccine,” the president told Fox’s Stuart Varney. “I just don’t think I would do that, where you have to have it, because there are some people who feel very strong about that whole situation.”
Recent polling shows that around 50 percent of Americans surveyed would decline to take one of the coronavirus vaccines under development, many citing concerns that the approval process is being rushed. Though Trump has repeatedly stated a jab would be available by election day, a recent shift in federal guidelines – as well as delays in at least two ongoing trials over safety concerns – could push FDA approval into December, with a mass roll-out coming in the following weeks and months.