Henry Payne for June 02, 2021

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    Wlly Blly  almost 3 years ago

    Isn’t it amazing that Pfizer, which was the first with a vaccine, stated that “Warp Speed” had nothing to do with the vaccine it produced?

    Biden should be commended for organizing the vaccine rollout. The Orange Idiot couldn’t organize his sock drawer, let alone something like that.

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    ncorgbl  almost 3 years ago

    “Operation Warp Speed” was dead on arrival. Pfizer refused tRump’s attempt to horn in on their work on the vaccine. Biden is responsible for the success is fighting the virus that tRump failed to address.

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    hermit48  almost 3 years ago

    Pure, unadulterated, BS.

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    Stat_man99  almost 3 years ago

    Typical Biden, taking credit for everybody else’s hard work. (Been like that his whole career).

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    BE THIS GUY  almost 3 years ago

    From the NYT November 10, 2020:

    Two years ago (2018), Dr. Ugur Sahin took the stage at a conference in Berlin and made a bold prediction. Speaking to a roomful of infectious disease experts, he said his company might be able to use its so-called messenger RNA technology to rapidly develop a vaccine in the event of a global pandemic.


    I inserted 2018 in the quote so the timeline is clear.

    Here is Dr. Sahin at the Berlin conference describing how MRNA can be used to fight cancer.



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    rmfrye Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    More fake news. Pfizer didn’t participate. How much of the seed money actually produced results. By the end of tRump’s term, when it was clear that we’d soon have a distributable product, what steps were put in place to ensure quick and broad distribution? Henry?

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