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2 minutes ago, BillStime said:

They had nothing to do with Warp Speed.

 

Yes, the government BOUGHT doses - but the company did not take a dime for the creation of the vaccine.

 

Keep trying “doc”

 

Without the government's money, they don't get the vaccine out nearly as fast as they did.  Hence the "warp speed" name.

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3 minutes ago, BillStime said:

Where?

 

They didn’t take a dime for the research and development of their product.

 

No but they took the money I mentioned for production and delivery.  Again, "warp speed."

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15 minutes ago, BillStime said:

 

With what part of "warp speed," which includes the very important steps of manufacture and distribution of the vaccine, are you having trouble? 

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Back to the thread..........

 

Exclusive video obtained by American Greatness shows USCP officers talking with January 6 protestors inside the building that day, giving the ok to enter and peacefully protest.

 

 

If you listen closely, you can hear the narrative deflating.

 

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2 minutes ago, B-Man said:

Back to the thread..........

 

If you listen closely, you can hear the narrative deflating.

 

 

No wonder they don't want the videos released...

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5 minutes ago, Doc said:

 

With what part of "warp speed," which includes the very important steps of manufacture and distribution of the vaccine, are you having trouble? 


You lost bro - keep trying.

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2 minutes ago, BillStime said:

You lost bro - keep trying.

 

Not even close.  Only a fool would think that $2B wouldn't help them get the product out faster.

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3 hours ago, Doc said:

 

Not even close.  Only a fool would think that $2B wouldn't help them get the product out faster.

Trump did help facilitate the vaccine.  He did get ventilators, and PPP, too.  I'll never take away from anyone, even if I don't like them.  The prob with an authoritarian is if he trips up, we're all screwed.  

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On 5/14/2021 at 11:23 AM, B-Man said:

 

 

House Republicans Defy the January 6 Narrative

by Julie Kelly

 

https://amgreatness.com/2021/05/13/house-republicans-defy-the-january-6-narrative/

 

It’s about time.U.S. Representative Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) prompted outrage this week following his remarks during a congressional hearing on the events of January 6, 2021. Clyde, along with several Republican House members, is finally pushing back on the Democrats’ allegedly unassailable narrative about what happened that day. The roughly four-hour disturbance at the Capitol, as I’ve covered for months, is being weaponized not only against Donald Trump but also hundreds of nonviolent Americans who traveled to their nation’s capital to protest the final certification of a fraudulent presidential election.

 

 

 

 

 

Idiots - why would Representative Clyde need to barricade the chamber doors if they were just tourists on 1/6?

 

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A Republican congressman who denied there was an insurrection and likened Capitol rioters to tourists was photographed barricading the chamber doors against them

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Did 10 Former Defense Secretaries’ Op-Ed Delay Military Defense Of The U.S. Capitol?

by Elaine Donnelly 

 

Former defense secretaries share responsibility for delaying a professional military response that might have protected the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

 

Last week, Politico reported that some current and former military leaders are freaking out because 124 retired “Flag Officers 4 America” dared to post a public letter stating at the top, “Our Nation is in deep peril.” Politico’s headline described the volunteer veterans’ “Open Letter from Retired Generals and Admirals” as “disturbing and reckless.”

 

The letter triggered critics by addressing several issues, such as the border crisis, China and Iran, the Keystone Pipeline, crime, freedom of speech, Big Tech, election security, misuse of the military, and a “hard left turn toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government.”

 

The retired officers also encouraged citizens to get involved in local, state, and national politics to elect “representatives who will act to Save America [and] our Constitutional Republic.” These ideas are hardly radical, but several military “experts” slammed the open letter as “shameful,” “anti-democratic,” “angry,” “out of bounds,” “shocking,” and “dangerous.”

 

No such criticism was heard on Jan. 3 when ten former secretaries of defense published a Washington Post op-ed warning Pentagon officials that they must “refrain from any political actions that undermine the results of the election.”

 

Former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter Rep. Liz Cheney orchestrated the op-ed, which was based on speculation that President Trump might stage a military coup against the incoming Biden administration. Joining Cheney were co-signers James Mattis, Mark Esper, William Cohen, Chuck Hagel, Donald Rumsfeld, Ashton Carter, Leon Panetta, William Perry, and Robert Gates.

 

Three days later, shocking violence occurred at the U.S. Capitol. Many observers have wondered why it took so long for military reinforcements to arrive in support of the overwhelmed Capitol police. Let’s connect the dots.

 

Christopher C. Miller, who was acting secretary of defense on Jan. 6, testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on May 12. Significantly, page five of Miller’s prepared statement mentioned the Cheney-orchestrated article signed by the ten former secretaries of defense, which warned against politicizing the military.

 

More at the link: https://thefederalist.com/2021/05/17/did-10-former-defense-secretaries-op-ed-delay-military-defense-of-the-u-s-capitol/

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So Liz was behind the op-ed.  Can't say I'm surprised.

 

Trump must have been cutting into their pocketbooks...

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