Now that it is undeniably obvious that the injections are killing people en masse, Democrats want all of the blame to be placed on Trump when the reality is that they, too, are responsible for unleashing these deadly poisons on the world at warp speed.
At one point, Trump attacked former FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn for not authorizing the injections fast enough for his liking, claiming that Hahn was engaging in a political blockade against his administration's efforts to get the jab released as quickly as possible.
"The Select Subcommittee's findings that Trump White House officials deliberately and repeatedly sought to bend FDA's scientific work on coronavirus treatments and vaccines to the White House's political will are yet another example of how the prior administration prioritized politics over public health," said Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), the panel's chair, in a statement.
"These assaults on our nation's public health institutions undermined the nation's coronavirus response – and are precisely why we must never again settle for leaders who prioritize politics over keeping Americans safe." (Related: Trump did repeatedly promote the injections, even after they were shown to be dangerous, calling himself the "father of the vaccine.")
The committee also presented emails, text messages and testimony to suggest that the Trump White House "exerted extreme and inappropriate pressure" on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), which the Left claims is "ineffective" and "potentially dangerous."
Because the Left wanted the general public to wear a mask and live in fear rather than find relief with HCQ and ivermectin – among many other remedies that were off-limits or ignored throughout the plandemic – Trump's mention of HCQ still upsets Democrats because he let the cat out of the bag.
Democrats claim that Trump administration officials such as trade advisor Peter Navarro put enormous pressure on the FDA to reauthorize HCQ as an emergency remedy for the Fauci Flu. They supposedly also enlisted the help of media talking-heads such as Fox News host Laura Ingraham and daytime television talk show host Mehmet Oz.
Because Tony Fauci, Hahn and others refused to allow Americans to even try HCQ, Trump and his people tried to do it on their behalf, only to be mocked and chided for allegedly trying to displace "science."
"Newly released evidence shows that Dr. Hatfill and Mr. Navarro used their direct access to top public health officials in an attempt to strongarm them into supporting hydroxychloroquine," the new Democrat report states.
For a brief moment in March 2020, the FDA did issue emergency use authorization (EUA) for HCQ, but that moment was so brief that most people missed it. Most people also never even got the chance to try HCQ, which likely led to much needless suffering and death.
Nearly two decades ago, Fauci was in full support of HCQ as a remedy for coronaviruses. In 2005, he declared that the generic drug "completely abolished SARS-CoV infection."
If anything, it is the Left that politicized science by blacklisting HCQ and ivermectin in favor of experimental gene therapy drugs that, admittedly, were also aggressively pushed by Trump himself long after the former president made mention of HCQ.
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