Dr. Fauci Says Vaccine Should Be Ready by ‘November or December’

President Trump has been promising a vaccine by year’s end, possibly as early as October.

All the while, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden have been telling Americans they cannot trust a vaccine that would be released under this administration.

Dr. Fauci more or less shut them all down during a recent virtual interview, stating that a workable vaccine should be ready to go by November or December of this year.

Fearmongering for Power

I have stated many times that it sickens me how the Democrats have politicized this pandemic.

It sickens me even more than they have now resorted to fearmongering regarding a possible vaccine being trustworthy during this administration.

Both of them have basically been telling Americans that any vaccine that comes out during a Trump administration could do more harm than good.

Dr. Fauci blew that narrative right out of the way by projecting a vaccine will be ready by the end of this year.

Dr. Fauci Speaks

The good doctor has been a bit of a mixed bag during this pandemic.

I don’t doubt his credentials, but I do believe he has allowed his political views to influence some of the comments he has made.

Having said that, Democrats treat every word he says as Gospel, and Fauci has repeatedly stated that any vaccine that is released will be effective and trustworthy.

With Democrats now pushing the narrative that the only way a vaccine could come to market this quick is by blowing through safety protocols, Fauci’s comments on the vaccine are not only relevant but should also be used to directly counter what Biden and Harris have been saying.

When recently asked about the possibility of a vaccine arriving soon, Dr. Fauci stated, “I would still put my money on November/December.”

He clarified a bit further on some of the determining factors that would influence its release.

He stated, “It really depends on where the sites are and how many infections there are in a site.

“So you could get your answer sooner, or you can get your answer a bit later.”

You can also read more about this report on the New York Post.

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