Trump takes a hit at Biden’s ‘madness’ of J&J vaccination break

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Former President Donald Trump used a New York Post op-ed to target the Biden administration on Friday night for allowing a break in the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, accusing them of allowing ‘incredibly down-and-out bureaucrats at the risk of directing the show ”.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the break in vaccine use Tuesday morning, citing six cases of women with cerebral venous sinus thrombosis in association with thrombocytopenia, a rare disease. cerebral blood clot.

On Friday evening, the former president sent an email echoing verbatim the arguments put forward by the editorial board of the New York Post that the cases were rare enough not to hamper the deployment of the vaccine, calling the movement ” pure madness ”.

“The federal break on J&J shooting makes no sense,” the statement read.

“Why does the Biden White House let incredibly risk-averse bureaucrats run the show?” Only six of the nearly 7 million people who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine reported blood clots, ”the statement said.

Former President Donald Trump has said that “the federal break on the J&J gunshot makes no sense."
Former President Donald Trump has said that “the federal break on the J&J gunfire makes no sense.”
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“The condition is more common in the general population, and every vaccine – in fact, every drug – carries some risk, including Moderna and Pfizer injections.

“As COVID cases continue to rise across the country, it is sheer folly to delay millions of vaccinations and fuel fears among those resistant to vax. Indeed, this silly movement is a gift to the anti-vax movement: science bureaucrats fuel this deranged pseudo-science.

Former President Donald Trump said that “it is sheer folly to delay millions of vaccinations and fuel fears among those resistant to vax. “
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While the break in J&J vaccine use was originally supposed to last only a few days, the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) ruled on Wednesday that the break should remain in effect until the group meets again in seven to ten days.

The Biden administration defended the break, saying it was the proper precaution to keep Americans safe.

Former President Donald Trump claims that
Former President Donald Trump claims that “science bureaucrats are fueling this deranged pseudo-science”, affecting the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines such as those from Johnson & Johnson.
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“Science moves at the speed of science and they want to look at more data. We think they are the gold standard, the [Food and Drug Administration] The FDA is the gold standard in the world, ”White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday.

“In fact, their thorough and transparent approach should give the American public additional confidence in the role they play and the approach taken by the United States to approving vaccines on the market.”

The Biden administration has defended the Johnson & Johnson vaccine hiatus, saying it was the proper precaution to keep Americans safe.
The Biden administration has defended the Johnson & Johnson vaccine hiatus, saying it was the proper precaution to keep Americans safe.
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