White House Refuses To Credit Trump

(Patriotwise.com)- Following President Joe Biden’s lie that the COVID-19 didn’t exist when he arrived in office, despite having already taken the jab at the time, the White House is now refusing to give any credit to the Trump administration for facilitating the most rapid development of a vaccine for a novel virus in world history.

Radically left-wing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to acknowledge how Operation Warp Speed made billions of dollars available to America’s top pharmaceutical companies and lifted regulatory barriers to deliver the vaccine within a year.

Incredibly, Psaki even tried to blame the Trump administration for America’s death toll, despite the virus coming from China and many thousands of COVID deaths occurring as a result of orders from the likes of Democratic Governor for New York, Andrew Cuomo.

Remember when he ordered COVID patients to be relocated to nursing homes, and tens of thousands of people died?

“I don’t think anyone deserves credit when half a million people in the country have died from this pandemic,” Psaki said.

She was responding to a question from a reporter about comments made by Dr. Brett Giroir, the former Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary, who said he was tired of the Biden administration lying about the vaccination program under President Trump.

“I am so tired of the continuing lies that @potus inherited a #COVID19Vaccine mess, when in fact 99% of current vaccine manufacturing and distribution is EXACTLY as planned and explicitly described by Trump Administration’s Operation Warp Speed,” he said on Twitter.

Not only did Biden incorrectly claim the vaccine didn’t exist during a February town hall event hosted by CNN in Milwaukee, but Vice President Kamala Harris even told the media that they were “starting from scratch” on their distribution plans for the vaccine. A claim even Dr. Anthony Fauci dismissed as untrue.

Thanks to Operation Warp Speed, $10 billion was offered up to pharmaceutical companies to assist with the research, development, and production of a vaccine. President Trump suggested it could be completed before the election which mainstream media outlets and Democrats mocked him for.

But he delivered on time.