Former President Donald Trump pushed back on Candace Owens after she implied that the coronavirus vaccines are not effective in protecting people against COVID-19.

Trump Pushes Back When Candace Owens Doubts The Vaccine: ‘People Aren’t Dying When They Take’ It

Andrew Trunsky 

Former President Donald Trump pushed back on Candace Owens after she implied that the coronavirus vaccines are not effective in protecting people against COVID-19.

In an interview with Owens, Trump touted the vaccines’ safety and effectiveness in addition to the fact that they were created in less than a year as he simultaneously disapproved of government vaccination and mask mandates.

“The vaccine is one of the greatest achievements of mankind,” Trump said, adding that without them the pandemic could have reflected the astronomically high death toll of the 1918 Spanish flu. “I came up with three vaccines, all are very, very good … in less than nine months.”

Owens, however, replied that more Americans have died of COVID-19 in 2021 than in 2020, even though the vaccines, which have repeatedly proven to be safe and effective in protecting against hospitalization and death, are widely available.

Trump quickly responded, saying that the higher death toll in 2021 was not due to the vaccine’s alleged ineffectiveness, but just the opposite.

“The vaccine worked, but some people aren’t taking it,” Trump said. “The ones that get very sick and go to the hospital are the ones who don’t take the vaccine,” he continued, adding that receiving the vaccine should be a choice for all to make.

“If you take the vaccine, you’re protected,” Trump said. “The results of the vaccine are very good. And if you do get it, it’s a very minor form. People aren’t dying when they take the vaccine.”

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3 Replies to “Trump Pushes Back When Candace Owens Doubts The Vaccine: ‘People Aren’t Dying When They Take’ It”

  1. I have never understood Trump’s support of the so called “vaccine” which is not technically a vaccine. In the beginning I thought he was duped, or was simply trusting the medical advisors since he isn’t a doctor and this isn’t his forte. Then I thought he really had no choice, because he’d be severely criticized if he didn’t promote them (damned if you do, damned if you don’t) so he chose the option that seemed to save most Americans. But by now he should surely see it for what it is; an experimental biological weapon that impairs the immune system and does who knows what else? He should surely know about corrupt Fauci; if nothing else, he should be aware of Kennedy’s book about him. Is this about money?? I am stymied…

  2. That makes millions of us. The bottom line is all politicians are deep down inside nothing more than opportunistic arseholes that would screw their mother if it meant more power or money coming their way.

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