Are people still worried about the coronavirus (remember when we called it that)? Things are much different in America than in March/April 2020. At one point, most Americans were panicking about a virus that we were told could wipe out millions. But today, things are almost back to normal.
Many states have lifted their dictator-like lockdown rules. Masks are disappearing. Restaurants, movie theaters, and even concerts are coming back. More than that, the country is seeing a marked drop in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.
New coronavirus cases across the United States have tumbled to rates not seen in more than 11 months, sparking optimism that vaccination campaigns are stemming both severe COVID-19 cases and the spread of the virus.
As cases, hospitalizations and deaths steadily dropped this week, pre-pandemic life in America has largely resumed. [Source: NPR]
In the state of Texas, they’ve even had days of zero COVID deaths—the first time since the pandemic began. What can be the cause of this dramatic turnaround? Are we witnessing “herd immunity”? Are hospitals suddenly not reporting their data (unlikely)? Are people just done with hiding in their homes?
Donald Trump seems to know the answer. And he’s letting everybody know.
New United States COVID cases, because of the record-breaking development of the vaccine and its early purchase and distribution by the Trump Administration, has hit its lowest level in more than one year, and falling fast. I want to thank all within the Trump Administration who pushed so hard for a vaccine and got it done in less than nine months when everybody was saying it would take at least 3-5 years, and probably not happen. Without the vaccine the world would be a much different place right now. Thank you also to the U.S. Military for its incredible distribution and logistical planning. Operation Warp Speed and our decision to purchase billions of dollars of vaccine before it was even approved, has been “One of the greatest miracles of the ages,” according to many. Thank you! [Source: Desk of Donald Trump]
Sleepy Joe Biden might want to take credit for this success, but we all know what he’s done for us. Biden has made the situation worse by hampering the economy and jeopardizing the jobs market. He did nothing to secure the vaccines that are saving lives and even botched the rollout early on.
Long before Joe Biden even knew what was happening, Donald Trump was battling the pandemic. It was his administration that fought to secure these vaccines. He pushed through red tape and endless regulations to make sure treatment was ready at historic speeds.
Even previous critics of Trump’s decisions are now praising the vaccine. The left is urging all Americans to get vaccinated.
Huh, I guess that means they are impressed with at least one thing Trump did?
Or do they forget he was the one that made this possible? They probably have already forgotten.
But Trump and the rest of the country, won’t let them forget.
Author: Maxwell Graham