Biden Administration LOSES 20 Million Vaccines in First 10 Days

Biden Administration LOSES 20 Million Vaccines in First 10 Days

Remember during the election when we wondered how it was possible for election officials to “lose” ballots?

Think about it…

During election night, election officials in deep blue cities suddenly “found” tens of thousands of ballots.

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Well… how did you lose them in the first place?

This seems to be a theme for the Biden regime.

Biden’s regime has reportedly LOST 20 million vaccines.

That’s right…

In the middle of a pandemic, 20 million vaccines have vanished… gone… disappeared.

HOW?!

Can you imagine if Donald Trump were still president?

The media would be outraged!

Yet… hardly a peep from the mainstream media right now…

Don’t be surprised if liberals try to blame this on President Trump.

But do not be fooled.

President Trump has now been out of office for two weeks.

Any mess-ups moving forward are clearly and squarely on Joe Biden’s frail shoulders.

Politico has more details on this “mess”:

Joe Biden promised he’d bring in a competent, tested team to run the pandemic response, set ambitious vaccination targets and impose strict public health guidelines.

His team arrived at the White House with a 200-page response plan ready to roll out. But instead, they have spent much of the last week trying to wrap their hands around the mushrooming crisis — a process officials acknowledge has been humbling, and triggered a concerted effort to temper expectations about how quickly they might get the nation back to normal.

After a week on the job, Biden’s team is still trying to locate upwards of 20 million vaccine doses that have been sent to states — a mystery that has hampered plans to speed up the national vaccination effort. They’re searching for new ways to boost production of a vaccine stockpile that they’ve discovered is mostly empty. And they’re nervously eyeing a series of new Covid-19 strains that threaten to derail the response.

“It’s the Mike Tyson quote: ‘Everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the mouth,’” said one person with knowledge of the vaccine effort who’s not authorized to discuss the work. “They are planning. They are competent. It’s just the weight of everything when you sit down in that chair. It’s heavy.”

Biden officials leading the coronavirus response launched a series of regular briefings this week to keep the public informed on the state of the pandemic and government efforts to contain it and rush vaccines out to as many Americans as possible.

But the briefings were short on details. And behind the scenes, officials say, the team was still struggling to get a handle on basic information, liaise with the career government workers who have been running the response and build out a long-term strategy for bringing — and then keeping — the virus under control.

“One of the virtues of a well-run transition is that by the time you take the reins, you have developed some rapport and trust with the career people you’re working with,” the person familiar with the administration’s work said. The “courtship has been unnaturally short,” the person added.

“Nobody had a complete picture,” said Julie Morita, a member of the Biden transition team and executive vice president at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “The plans that were being made were being made with the assumption that more information would be available and be revealed once they got into the White House.”

It’s a steep challenge that Biden officials said they’d been anticipating for weeks, amid a rocky transition period that left them scrambling to piece together vaccine distribution plans and coordinate with state health officials.

Yet in the days since taking over, the Covid response team has confronted a situation that officials described as far worse than expected — and that has prompted public assessments so dour they surprised some who had worked on the administration’s former transition team.

On Tuesday, Biden warned that the “vaccine program is in worse shape than we anticipated or expected,” echoing complaints from his chief of staff, Ron Klain, that a “plan didn’t really exist.”

Biden’s Covid response team has since made a concerted effort not to heap blame on the Trump administration, one official said — even as their vague allusions to a worse-than-expected situation have prompted speculation about what specific problems they’ve encountered.

Don’t forget…

President Trump warned us that Obama / Biden GROSSLY mismanaged the Swine Flu epidemic.

The good news?

The Swine Flu was far less deadly.

But they totally botched that… and it was a much EASIER situation.

If they botched something as easy as the swine flu, then what makes people think Biden will miraculously do better with Corona?

Remember, Biden’s own chief of staff admitted publicly that the Obama administration did EVERYTHING wrong on the swine flu pandemic.

Fox News confirms:

President-elect Joe Biden named Ron Klain as his White House chief of staff on Wednesday – and the longtime Biden aide, who worked as an Obama administration Ebola response coordinator, is on record saying the previous administration handled the H1N1 outbreak poorly.

In a Pandemic and Biosecurity Policy Summit hosted in May, 2019, Klain – who was not involved directly in the H1N1 response but was a White House staffer at the time – said “a bunch of really talented” people were working on it, but “did every possible thing wrong.”

“Sixty million Americans got H1N1 in that period of time and it’s just purely a fortuity that this isn’t one of the great mass casualty events in American history,” Klain said. “It had nothing to do with us doing anything right, it just had to do with luck.”

Klain was warning about the possibility that future epidemic outbreaks could have more devastating effects.

The H1N1 influenza virus broke out in the U.S. in 2009 and resulted in about 274,304 hospitalizations and 12,469 deaths, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is believed that people aged 60 and over had antibodies from a previous flu strain – though younger individuals did not.

A Biden spokesperson did not return Fox News’ request for comment on Klain’s remarks.

The comments come as coronavirus cases throughout the U.S. are on the rise. Biden and other Democrats have largely laid blame on the Trump administration for perceived failures in handling the outbreak – which the president has staunchly defended himself against.

The president-elect has repeatedly pointed to the Obama administration’s dealings with the H1N1 Swine Flu as assurance that he is better equipped to deal with a widespread virus outbreak.

In a statement on Biden’s website, it says that he “knows how to mount an effective crisis response and elevate the voices of scientists, public health experts, and first responders.”

“He helped lead the Obama-Biden Administration’s effective response to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic and the 2014 Ebola epidemic,” the statement reads.

Regarding the Ebola response, which occurred around 2014, Klain said at an event earlier this year that some “wrong choices” were also made, but added that a logistical framework had been put in place to make the problem solving process easier and more transparent.

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Just as the biased mainstream media covered for Biden / Obama during the swine flu, don’t be surprised as they cover up for him now.

But we know the truth.

It is important that we all stay vigilant and hold the Biden administration accountable.

Because we all know that the mainstream media and radical leftists will refuse to do so.



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