The media and Democrats are doing everything in their power to convince you that former Vice President Joe Biden is the undisputed winner of the 2020 presidential election, even as President Donald Trump’s legal teams continue to fight legal battles in several states to prove otherwise.
Just because the media says so, doesn’t mean Biden has any real power or authority at this point, which was proven this week when it was revealed that Biden, nor his transition team, would be briefed on any of the COVID-19 vaccine procedures by Trump’s vaccine team.
According to Newsmax, Democrats were already in full panic mode when they found out that Trump’s vaccine team have no plans on briefing media-elect president Biden.
“Just off a conference call with Trump Administration vaccine distribution team,” Democrat Senator Chris Murphy said in a tweet. “They confirmed that they have not briefed anyone on President-elect Biden’s team and have no plans to do so. This is potentially catastrophic.”
Murphy also complained in an email about the revelation, claiming that the failure to brief Biden “risks President-elect Biden’s team not being ready on day one to implement the plan or make adjustments to it.”
Biden himself took the time during a press conference on Thursday to whine about the news, claiming he should be fully informed of the vaccine distribution plans, under the impression that he’s assuredly the next president.
“It sends a horrible message about who we are,” Biden said, while saying that the lack of being briefed by Trump’s team is “totally irresponsible.”
The news comes in the wake of daunting new numbers in the COVID-19 pandemic, with the U.S. marking 250,000 deaths nationwide to date. Many states are also experiencing surges in COVID-19 cases, which quickly forced many Democratic governors to institute draconian, extended lockdowns in an attempt to mitigate further spread of the virus.
However, as Trump promised early on — and was laughed at for doing so — at least two major drug companies, Pfizer and Moderna, have announced COVID-19 vaccine success rates of over 90 percent — an astonishing percentage given the short window of time they had for development and testing.
That’s mostly thanks to Trump’s authorization of Operation Warp Speed, which dedicated government resources to biopharmaceutical companies tasked with creating a COVID-19 vaccine — an effort that even some Democrats are crediting the president for.
Biden used the COVID-19 pandemic as a cornerstone of his presidential campaign, slamming Trump at every turn by accusing the president of not properly handling the response to the pandemic, although Biden has yet to present any evidence that he’ll be able to get a handle on the virus on “day one” as he claimed on multiple occasions.