The Newfound Rush To Acknowledge Vaccine Injuries

Ed Dowd comments on the various parties that have suddenly acknowledged Covid vaccine injuries. He does not mention the New York Times.

I wonder whether this newfound willingness is intended to build toward later efforts to blame Trump for the vaccine. This is, of course, a vulnerable spot for him:


6 thoughts on “The Newfound Rush To Acknowledge Vaccine Injuries

  1. I don’t see any peril for Trump . Biden has given credit to the Trump administration for the development of the Covid-19 vaccine and praised his predecessor.

    Biden said “Let me be clear. Thanks to the prior administration and our scientific community, America was one of the first countries to get the vaccine,” Biden said. “Thanks to my administration and the hard work of Americans, we led a roll out, made America among the world leaders in getting shots in arms.”

    Frankly it is a political wash.

    1. Yes, it should be a political wash, Fred. And it would be ordinarily. But in a media world of manipulation and with a monumentally ignorant populace susceptible to such manipulation, I cannot help but suspect there is an agenda arising. Maybe I’m wrong.

  2. Trump is to blame for the vax and being blind to the massive corruption of the medical-industrial complex and their DeepState allies. It is unfortunate that he is the best hope we’ve got for any positive change.

    1. I agree, Healey, that he shares the blame; and in particular, he refuses even to this day to acknowledge the harm the vaccine caused. He should have been able to trust, however, the people within the FDA and the CDC and the Covid task force who were advising him. It was not merely that they failed to disclose important information. The fact is that some of them covered up the data that showed these vaccines caused harm. As a physician, I know that we had to be a bit wary about a new product that had not been sufficiently tested. He should have had some skepticism about this. Few people suspected there would be an intentional effort to cover up the problems that had arisen during the clinical trials– myself included.

      The dark side was pushing the lockdowns to the extent that it was felt only the vaccines could re-open the country. That was the wrong perspective to have, and Trump should have rejected it, in retrospect.

      1. I think you describe it well, Triad. It is a shame that much of the information in RFK’s The Real Fauci could have been brought out before the Plandemic was sprung and was not. Not just Fauci’s behavior re AIDS, etc. but also the corrupt fascist structure (Pharma-FDA-CDC-NIH marriages, Obamacare bureaucracy, etc) governing the medical-industrial complex.

        Thanks for posting Ed Dowd.

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