On July 18, former US President Donald Trump said that one of the reasons so many Americans don’t want to get the COVID-19 vaccine is because they don’t trust the Biden administrationwas created as a result of the November 2020 election.
Former President Donald J. Trump (Source: Shealah Craighead/White House)
Prior to Trump’s comments, the Biden administration had not been able to achieve its goal of vaccination, which is to ensure that 70% of adults across the United States are vaccinated at least once by July 4. According to the statement of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to date, 161 million people have been vaccinated with at least one dose, accounting for 68%.
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/QLo7y1pXsJ
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) July 18, 2021
Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden have different positions on the issue of vaccines
Previously, Mr. Trump has always praised his administration for its “excellent” work in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic through plans such as “accelerated action”, which has completed development. and deliver vaccines in record time.
“Mr Biden has always talked about how he did a great job in terms of vaccine distribution… he is not good at all,” Trump wrote.
He emphasized: “He (Biden) is behind schedule, people refuse to vaccinate, because they don’t trust his administration, they don’t believe the election results, of course they also do not believe in the media reporting fake news, refuse to tell the truth.”
Mr. Trump himself has a dialectical attitude towards vaccination, on the one hand he hopes that Americans can through vaccination to ensure health safety, on the other hand, he respects the idea of vaccination. personal preference for vaccination. This is a completely different attitude from Mr. Biden’s side.
During the final phase of the Trump administration’s term, which was also a period of serious spread of the disease, although the Trump administration had developed a vaccine and approved it for emergency use, Mr. including media that have criticized vaccines as unreliable and boycotted vaccinations. However, after Mr. Biden took office, his attitude turned 180 degrees, actively promoting the vaccination work that he called his administration “developed”, while also turning to on the contrary criticized the group of rightists who do not want to be vaccinated.
This has also led to the Biden administration being criticized for politicizing the vaccine issue.
Nearly 6,000 deaths related to vaccination, a lot of rightists firmly boycott vaccines
According to data collected in March by the Pew Research Center, nearly 44 percent of Republicans said they weren’t prepared to get vaccinated. Compare that to Democrats who said they were 93% more likely to plan to get vaccinated. This study was conducted with 10,121 interviewees.
During the Right-wing Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Texas this month, when author and speaker Alex Berenson said “the Biden administration hopes they can get 90% of the people vaccinated.” vaccine, but that didn’t happen,” the crowd cheered.
On July 11, the new Representative of the US House of Representatives from the Republican Party (Marjorie Taylor Green) tweeted a warning about the alarming number of deaths from vaccines. The post was later labeled by Twitter as “misleading”.
“Thousands of people report that getting vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus produces very serious, life-changing vaccine side effects,” she said.
“On the CDC website reporting 5,946 deaths”, “On social media is censoring their stories, the media is silent.”
Marjorie Taylor Green told her followers: “Will just say NO [to vaccines]!”
Thousands of people are reporting very serious life changing vaccine side effects from taking covid vaccines.
5,946 deaths are reported on the CDC website.
Social media is censoring their stories & the media is silent.
Biden is going to homes to push shots.
Just say NO!
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) July 11, 2021
In April of this year, Republican Senator Ron Johnson asked why the Biden administration was “pushing so hard” for everyone to get vaccinated, and he said, “I feel very skeptical about what’s going on in the country.” here”.
The White House has acknowledged a marked drop in vaccination rates, and is seeking to correct “fake news” circulating online regarding vaccines. Also point out that they are promoting the vaccine on a trending platform like Facebook.