A friend just emailed me that he volunteered for the Russian coronavirus vaccine trials and just got his first shot this morning.
He tells me:
“Letting you all know that I’ve volunteered for the Russian vaccine trials. I received my first shot at 8.30 AM PDT this morning.”
And continues, his writing turning to gibberish:
Google translated the “gibberish” into: “I feel a little weird and I think I pulled out donkey ears.”
I emailed him that I sympathize with him but that he is lucky to have tried only the Russian vaccine because one can always have cosmetic surgery for the donkey ears. However, there is nothing that can be done for the orange skin and weird coiffure that comes with the Trump vaccine – let alone the severe mental and moral deterioration that immediately follow.
On a more serious note, read HERE how Trump “could demand pre-Election Day approval of a vaccine.”
The author is a retired U.S. Air Force officer who has had the honor, the privilege, and the reward of serving his adopted country for 20 years proudly in both the enlisted and commissioned ranks, under six presidents – Republican and Democratic. Not once did he have the feeling that his commander in chief did not have his back, did not value his service, did not appreciate the minor sacrifices his family and he endured. In particular, never once the thought even occurred that, one day, a President of the United States would denigrate the troops and their service… would call those who did not return from battle “losers” and “suckers.”