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Ivanka Trump Says She’ll “Take The Vaccine” on The View

President Donald Trump’s daughter claims she will be vaccinated with the coronavirus concoction on the TV show The View after Joy Behar announced she has no intention of taking a Covid-19 vaccine before Ivanka Trump. Not only will Ms. Trump attempt to convince us to take the vaccine, but she also says we should “trust” the FDA.

Trust the FDA? Yes, she wrote that on Twitter. Everyone, including politicians on the right (who want to use the military to roll out this vaccine in a “powerful way”), wants you to get vaccinated. This should be a major red flag.

According to RT, most of the reactions to Trump’s offer have been slams against her and her father, she was offered some support by her brother, Donald Trump Jr, among others.

Trump declared this week that a Covid-19 vaccine could be ready by October and will be “very safe and effective.” Critics have pushed back against his claim, citing a rushed process as a reason to be distrustful of the efficacy of any such vaccine.

“As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America, in case we don’t know this because I looked all this up for you, the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took 20 years and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries,” Behar said on Wednesday. –RT

This is all just more propaganda using the left/right paradigm illusion to convince you to suspend your critical thinking, roll up your sleeve, and take the shot.  Even with all of the politicians on all sides demanding we get vaccinated, around half of the country is still skeptical.

Trump Administration Is Stockpiling 3 Different Types Of COVID-19 Vaccines

President Trump himself has offered to take the vaccine “first or last,” depending on what is better for his political standing. “Well, you know the way it works. If I’m the first one they’ll say ‘He’s so selfish. He wanted to get the vaccine first. Then other people would say ‘Hey, that’s a very brave thing to do,’” he told Fox News in July. “I would absolutely if they wanted me to and thought it was right, I’d take it first or I’d take it last,” he added.

Sadly, this is just more evidence that they are all in  on it and they all want you to get vaccinated.

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Ivanka Trump calls Joy Behar’s bluff on COVID-19 vaccine — and says she’ll take it live on ‘The View’

Ivanka Trump says she’s not only ready and willing to take a COVID-19 vaccine — she’ll take it live on “The View” to call co-host Joy Behar’s bluff.

Behar said Wednesday that she had serious doubts about the efficacy of a rushed vaccine and would not take any vaccine approved by the Trump administration unless the president’s daughter took it first.

What are the details?

In a Thursday tweet directed at the liberal TV co-host, the president’s daughter
wrote,”Deal @JoyVBehar. I would come on your show to do so. I trust the FDA and so should all Americans. Vanquishing this virus should be our collective top priority.”

‘It’s not a simple thing to do’

On Wednesday, Behar suggested that any Trump administration-approved vaccine for COVID-19 could be faulty and unsafe.

The Trump administration has furiously been working to get a coronavirus vaccine approved and distributed to the American public by the end of 2020.

“[President Donald Trump] will push anything to get re-elected,” Behar spat. “Don’t fall for it. And by the way, I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it.”

Earlier in the segment, Behar explained, “As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America — in case we don’t know this, because I looked all this up for you — the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took 20 years, and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries. It was developed initially in 1796 when they started to think about it, and it became useful in the 1950s. OK? It’s not a simple thing to do.”

Fox News reported on Thursday that a source purporting to be close to the production “would welcome Ivanka Trump [on the show] and attempted to book her prior to the start of the current season.”

Behar has yet to respond to the first daughter’s tweet.

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Joy Behar says she won’t trust the COVID-19 vaccine until Ivanka Trump takes it: ‘Don’t fall for it’

“The View” co-host Joy Behar said she doesn’t trust a COVID-19 vaccine that may be released to the public by November, and she won’t take it unless President Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, does, according to The Hill.

The Trump administration has been working to get a vaccine approved and distributed by the end of the year through a public-private partnership initiative called Operation Warp Speed. Behar pointed to the amount of time it took for other vaccines to be developed as reason for concern.

“[Trump] will push anything to get reelected,” Behar said. “Don’t fall for it, and by the way, I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it.”

“Under Operation Warp Speed, we’re producing a vaccine in record time,” the president said at a rally in North Carolina. “This is a vaccine that we’re going to have very soon, very, very soon. By the end of the year, but much sooner than that perhaps.”

From The Hill:

“As far as the vaccine is concerned, I’d like to inform America — in case we don’t know this because I looked all this up for you — the mumps vaccine took four years, the polio vaccine took 20 years, and the smallpox vaccine took a few centuries,” Behar said on ABC on Wednesday morning.

“It was developed initially in 1796, when they started to think about it, and it became useful in the 1950s. OK?” she added of the smallpox vaccine. “It is not a simple thing to do.”

“He will push anything to get reelected,” she added later, referring to President Trump. “Don’t fall for it, and by the way, I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention alerted states to be prepared for a vaccine as early as the end of October, although that doesn’t necessarily mean one will be approved by then. Several U.S. companies, and others around the world, are working on a vaccine.

An AstraZeneca vaccine trial was recently halted due to an unexplained illness in the trial that may or may not be related to the vaccine.

“As part of the ongoing randomized, controlled global trials of the Oxford coronavirus vaccine, our standard review process triggered a pause to vaccination to allow review of safety data,” an AstraZeneca statement read. “This is a routine action which has to happen whenever there is a potentially unexplained illness in one of the trials, while it is investigated, ensuring we maintain the integrity of the trials.”

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Ilhan Omar politicizes COVID-19 after Ivanka Trump tweets about fun indoor family activities — but Twitter was ready to point out her hypocrisy.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) faced online backlash after criticizing Ivanka Trump’s online suggestion of fun family activities amid self-quarantines.

What are the details?

On Tuesday, the president’s daughter tweeted, “Staying home today w/ kids?

Plan living room camp out!

Throw a bedsheet over some taped together brooms. Plan a menu & ‘pack’ sandwiches, salads (S’mores optional)

A fun activity that also brings family together for a meal!

Share your ideas & use the hashtag #TogetherApart[.]”

Omar, true to form, fired back and took Ivanka’s suggestion personally, attempting to vilify her for President Donald Trump’s administration policies.

She wrote, “Thinking of all the families separated forcefully by your father’s policies today. Share your ideas on how you plan to unite them. #TogetherApart[.]”

Social media, for the most part, did not appreciate Omar’s remark, especially considering recent news that Omar’s recent divorce and subsequent remarriage to a man with whom she was allegedly having an affair.

Here are some of the more interesting responses to her sentiment below.

  • “You’re not qualified to talk about breaking up families.”
  • “She broke up 2 families. The people at the border can freely go home.”
  • “Hey @IlhanMN you should probably pipe down since you literally JUST broke up a family. Your new husband cheated on his wife who you knew about & his ex says he brought you to his marital home to meet her child while you 2 were sneaking around behind her back.”
  • “Now? During the crisis? Free immigration now? Open borders? You’ve displayed your opportunistic political virtue signaling, lack of patriotism and blatant hypocrisy once again.”
  • “Why do you need to be so hateful? Ivanka shared a simple family suggestion and you had to be spiteful and mean. Not something a true leader would do. Awful. I’m praying for this country to heal in all ways. You should try it.”
  • “You would think in all that is going on in the entire world, you would say something to bring our country together. Instead you remain hateful and tired and just pitiful. You had an opportunity to help instead you’re condemning. There’s no place for you here.”
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