Dr. Anthony Fauci has bene about as inconsistent as one could be during this pandemic.
He has flip-flopped positions more than a fish out of water, but his boss just came forward to set the record straight on the vaccine.
National Institutes of Health director Dr. Francis Collins recently did an interview where he was adamant that the Trump administration deserves all the credit for getting the vaccine out as quickly as it was brought to market.
Dr. Collins stated, “The Operation Warp Speed, for which I give a great deal of credit to [former Health and Human Services] Secretary [Alex] Azar, was an effort that many of us were not initially convinced was going to be necessary.”
He continued, “Those words were used sometimes to describe what needed to happen in order to get all parts of the government together in an unprecedented way to test up to six vaccines in rigorous trials, and to do this at-risk manufacturing so that if any of those trials happen to work, you would already have doses ready to go into arms.
“That would not be the way things are traditionally done.”
He further commented that Trump’s administration had done something that had never been done before.
Collins stated, “It’s just breathtaking that that got done in 11 months from when we first knew about this virus. It is at least five years faster than it has ever been done before.”
I guess that settles that!
Source: New York Post