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Maybe the Trump Vaccine Ought To Be Called the Trump Vaccine

The Vaccines that we currently have or are about to have are called...

  • The Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine.
  • The Moderna Vaccine.
  • The AstraZeneca Vaccine.
  • The Janssen Vaccine.
  • The Novavax Vaccine.
  • The mRNA Vaccines.
  • The Viral Vector Vaccines.
  • Joe’s Bar & Grill (Made on his day off in his very clean garage) Vaccine.

I contend that the name(s) of any or all of these Vaccines may very well be changed overnight.

You doubt me? I will prove it to you.

If the Main Stream News Media were given the responsibility of naming all COVID-19 Vaccines, and if any or all of these Life-Saving Vaccines started to kill the people who have been vaccinated with them, the names of any or all of these Vaccines will be changed overnight to The Trump Vaccine(s).

They might even go to their Word Processors and add some Adjectives like...

  • The Deadly Trump Vaccines.
  • The Killer Trump Vaccines.
  • The Catastrophic Trump Vaccines.

Did ya see it coming?

Would I kid u?

Smartfella






Comment

( February 7th, 2021 @ 8:48 pm )
 
Agreed.

Mr. Trump made it happen; Covid Joe will not even take a real question. And the Democratic Socialist Propagandist Media, Orwellian in Scope, just play their role of indignity.



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The Vaccines have many names but they ought to have Only One Name.

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