Trump spoke with conservative political commentator and former Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon in an exclusive interview about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which Trump proudly addressed with the launch of Operation Warp Speed.
When asked by Dixon "what happens in a Trump administration when COVID comes back," Trump was definitive in stating that "we don't do shutdowns, for one thing."
"And it sounds to me like if something's coming back, they blame everything," Trump added, suggesting that the call-everything-bad-COVID routine is overplayed and people are wise to the shenanigans at this point.
"They say it's COVID because they love using the word COVID. If you have a flu season, they call it COVID. We had that then, too, by the way. You had a lot of flu. You had a lot of this, and they like to say everything's COVID. But let's see what happens. I mean, there could be something happening."
(Related: Still to this day in 2023, Trump is bragging about the "success" of Operation Warp Speed, claiming most recently that COVID "vaccines" saved 100 million lives.)
When asked about Biden's plans to unleash another round of COVID "booster" shots this fall, Trump was quick to point out that there have been many, many complaints about injuries and deaths caused by the last round that emerged through his Operation Warp Speed scheme.
"We're hearing about a lot of complaints from vaccine injured, to say a lot," Trump said. "It's, like, an understatement."
"Numerous pharmaceutical companies have refused to release their data on vaccine side effects. But we've seen cases of myocarditis, blood clots and heart attacks. They're all increasing. The research has never been released."
This is the first time, by the way, that Trump has said anything remotely truthful about COVID jabs. Up until this point, Trump has called them a "miracle," and even in his interview with Dixon he tried to claim that the Trump administration "handed him over a great situation," referring to Biden.
"So will you demand that the vaccine companies, that the pharmaceutical companies, release their vaccine data to the public so that we can see what they're actually seeing about the side effects of this vaccine?" Dixon asked Trump.
"Well, they should do that," Trump responded. "We're all in this together, and they should be doing that."
"And frankly, anything new, and I hadn't heard what he [Biden] said yet, but anything new has got to be looked at very carefully. But they should be doing that if they have facts. I mean, the facts are public. They should be made public immediately. People should understand that, and they should know what research is showing and what fact-finding."
Trump would go on in the interview to blame China and the "Wuhan lab" for releasing COVID, which he says caused "$60 trillion in damages, so many people dead, millions and millions of people all over the world."
Dixon then brought up the fact that the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act, which was signed into law under Trump's watch by a Republican-led Congress, shields pharmaceutical and vaccine companies from all liability for COVID jab injuries until December 2024.
Trump addressed this by stating that he believes Big Pharma has to "be honest with the numbers, the facts, and they have an obligation to be honest."
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