There’s something about viral pandemics that brings out the apocalyptic in people. New viruses are scary and people in general don’t understand that viruses behave differently in countries that have things like clean drinking water and electricity.
We see some new virus killing people in droves in some equatorial country and think the same thing could happen in snowy New England. This breeds a lot of conspiracy theories – and right now we have too many conspiracy theories flying around about President Trump.
Here’s one of the worst ones to date. I actually heard this from a pundit that I normally have a great deal of respect for, but who will go unnamed at this time. He basically said that now he doesn’t have anyone that he can vote for in November, because Trump is going to send the military into states and forcibly inject the population with the coronavirus vaccine and make us all get immunity cards, otherwise we won’t be allowed to have jobs or go shopping.
If you’re worried about this actually happening, perhaps I can convince you to consider the following.
First, there is a much greater chance that we will never see an actual coronavirus vaccine than that we will see a vaccine “before the end of the year.” I know that Trump is optimistic and confident about this, but seriously… we’ve never developed a SARS vaccine in the past. This is COVID-19 and we’ve been seeing outbreaks of SARS-like coronavirus (from Chi-nah) for the past 20 years or so. We’ve never had a vaccine for any of the previous ones. There’s no cancer vaccine, there’s no HIV vaccine, and in all likelihood, there will never be a coronavirus vaccine.
But, but, but! Trump is going to use the military to distribute the vaccine across the country!
Yes, acting on the incredibly optimistic idea that there will actually be a vaccine, Trump might do that. What part of the word “distribute” confuses you? Does your dictionary say that “distribute” means soldiers will hold you at gunpoint while a mad scientist injects the Bill Gates tracking device in your children?
Our supply chains are in awful shape right now due to the strain that it’s been under due to the stupid lockdowns. Rather than relying on the normal distribution channels, Trump could use the military to distribute the vaccine across the entire country. Meaning… deliver the vaccines to local health care centers and hospitals. That way our supply chains don’t have to set aside delivering toilet paper and bacon in order to distribute a vaccine.
I know that the conspiracy theories about Obama using the military to lock dissidents up in FEMA camps were popular, but do we really need to dig those up and think that President Donald Trump would do that to anyone?
Why would Trump lock any of his enemies up? He’s a master at rendering them powerless and ridiculous by simply saying something and then letting them fall flat on their own faces. He doesn’t need the military to destroy his enemies.
And a president who is courageous enough to show restraint by not launching a new war against Iran is not going to turn around and launch a civil war against his own people over a vaccine – especially when that president has a proven history of skepticism about the vaccine industry.
And finally, how about considering President Trump’s own words about “mandatory vaccines?” Sure, George Soros’ buddy Dr. Anthony Fauci wants to have a mandatory vaccine and vaccination certificates to allow everyone to go back to work. But Fauci isn’t Trump.
Just this past week, President Trump stated, “We’re looking for a full vaccine for everyone that wants to get it. Not everyone wants to get it.”
In plain English, President Trump says he’s not going to make the coronavirus vaccine mandatory. What are your own eyes telling you about this right now? States are reopening. In many places, the citizens are reopening despite the orders of their tyrannical governments. Trump isn’t calling those places foolish for reopening before a vaccine is ready. He’s cheering them on.
Trump will use every plane, truck and soldier available to distribute the vaccine as quickly as possible if one is invented. But if you want to stick the Bill Gates tracking chip in your arm, hey – your body, your choice.