Establishment Set To Blame Trump For Deadly Covid Jabs As Adverse Reactions Become Unavoidable
The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis issued a report Wednesday claiming the Trump administration pressured the FDA to fastrack emergency authorization for the experimental Covid vaccines.
The complaint alleges Trump staffers strongly urged health officials like former FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn to authorize the jabs as well as other “unproven” Covid treatments in a hurried manner.
The document begins by claiming the Trump administration “coordinated pressure campaigns to reauthorize hydroxychloroquine and expand its use after it was shown to be ineffective and potentially dangerous.”
Democrats are specifically upset about Trump assistant Peter Navarro communicating with White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, Dr. Jerome Corsi, and the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) to work on a petition hoping to generate support for hydroxychloroquine.
Next, the report says the Trump team “strongarmed FDA to deliver misleadingly positive news about convalescent plasma as a coronavirus treatment on the eve of the 2020 Republican National Convention (RNC).”
Finally, the House subcommittee claims Trump “blocked FDA from issuing guidance on coronavirus vaccine authorizations for weeks in an attempt to ensure that the first vaccine could be authorized before the 2020 presidential election.”
The 45th president allegedly “expressed his desire for these [vaccines] to be approved as quickly as possible to save lives,” the report states.
According to Politico, “White House officials said they would not sign off on emergency use authorization language that required a 60-day safety follow up for late-stage clinical trials. Ultimately, the FDA went ahead with the 60-day follow-up plan without an explicit blessing from the White House, though the White House later cleared it.”