Thursday, August 6, 2020

How Many Americans Are Saying 'Hard Pass' to a Coronavirus Vaccine?Since the start of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic began, President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and the White House Coronavirus Task Force have all talked about a vaccine. The goal was to create a vaccine that would help protect Americans from the virus. While vaccines typically take a couple of years to produce and test out in various trials, we have been repeatedly told a final Wuhan coronavirus vaccine would be released by the end of the year.

The White House and members of Congress are banking on vaccine development to get the United States through this pandemic. Even if a successful vaccine is developed, succeeds in trials, and makes its way to market, just how many Americans are willing to vaccinate?
Nikki Haley: A Day Of Reckoning Is Coming With The National Debt
By Geller Report Staff

Joe Biden will certainly take no action to reduce America’s staggering debt, since Joe Biden is running on spending massively. In fact, while in power, Obama and Biden accumulated more debt for the United States than all of the previous administrations combined. Furthermore, Obama and Biden could only achieve negligible growth in their eight years in power, despite the massive spending. Reducing America’s debt must be a priority for President Trump in his second term. And President Trump is the only one who can make this happen. Trump will have to go to the American people and sell a debt reduction plan, since reducing government spending will be a non-starter for the Democrats.

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