The vaccine tests for the coronavirus are not accurate. The accuracy depends on which test a person takes. Donald Trump wanted a test that was fast. Unfortunately, the faster the test, the less reliable the results. That means a person could and has taken five tests and four of them were false negative.
The ideal test would not rely on swabs, which it turns out are not nearly as painful as Trump claimed. Thank god, Melania Trump carried their child and gave birth to it. The alternative tests would just ask a person to spit into a vial and the cotton at the bottom would turn different colors if people were positive or negative. That takes time to finesse, though.
Thursday morning one of POTUS’ top scientists testified as a whistleblower. He was fired for speaking truth to Trump’s lies about the deadly COVID-19. Fortunately, Trump cannot stop him.
These are very difficult times. Americans have been hit with a double blow to their kidneys, which is quite painful: the crash of the economy with over 33 million of them filing for unemployment at last count. Then, there was the virus that settled fear across the nation like a cloud of fine noxious dust.
Trump tweeted about what is most important to him — his “good numbers,” “states that are opening,” and a vaccine “before end of year.” People will have no tolerance if things go badly:
‘Good numbers coming out of States that are opening. America is getting its life back! Vaccine work is looking VERY promising, before end of year. Likewise, other solutions!’
Twitter world went nuts when Trump went on his vaccine rant. Check out these responses below:
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