Good Monday morning.
Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:
- The president has lunch with the Vice President
Two minutes of hate:
New York’s Governor Cuomo, possibly a serial killer, has his panties in a twist because President Trump said the federal government will not be sending the Pfizer vaccine to New York state. On Friday the Trump administration held a press conference announcing a possible time line and distribution plan for a vaccine developed under the public-private partnership program, Operation Warp Speed. Pfizer, the vaccine’s creator, tried to tell the public that their vaccine was not part of OWS which is a lie and if it is not a lie, the company should return the $2 billion the taxpayers gave them to develop their product. And they can wait 10 years for federal approval.
Twenty million people could be vaccinated in December, according to Moncef Slaoui, co-lead of Operation Warp Speed. But not New York state because Governor Cuomo previously made a big scene about refusing to allow a Trump vaccine to be distributed to his state’s residents. I’m not sure if Cuomo thinks Trump is personally mixing the vaccine in a giant vat somewhere in the West Wing or what but it looks like his Trump Derangement will not payoff where the safety of his voters are concerned. Trump explained during his press conference that the administration would not be wasting vaccines in New York while Cuomo’s “experts” decide if it’s okay to administer.
“We cannot waste time and can only give to those states that will use the Vaccine immediately,” Trump tweeted. Cuomo was displeased that the taxpayer under-written vaccine would not be wasted for his virtue-signaling spectacle.
“I tell you today, if the Trump administration does not change this plan and does not provide an equitable vaccine process … we will bring legal action to protect New Yorkers,’’ the governor said.
The media is already souring the mostly compliant public about the vaccine’s side-effects.
Scientists anticipate that the shots will cause enervating flu-like side effects — including sore arms, muscle aches and fever — that could last days and temporarily sideline some people from work or school. And even if a vaccine proves 90 percent effective, the rate Pfizer touted for its product, 1 in 10 recipients would still be vulnerable. That means, at least in the short term, as population-level immunity grows, people can’t stop social distancing and throw away their masks.
A story that mysteriously surfaced after the election reveals that Joe Biden’s cancer charity gave no money to cancer research but did give money to fat salaries. Folks, that’s the D.C. business model.
The Washington Free Beacon reported on Thursday that the Biden Cancer Initiative directed 65 percent of its total expenditures to staff compensation between 2017 and 2018. Overall, the group raised $4.8 million during the those two years, spending slightly more than $3 million on salaries and benefits for its employees.
“That is well above the 25 percent charity watchdogs recommend nonprofits spend on administrative overhead and fundraising costs combined,” the outlet reported, noting that Biden’s nonprofit “did not cut a single grant to any other group or foundation during its two-year run.”
Finally, there was the big MAGA march this weekend in Washington D.C. attended by either a few hundred or a few hundred thousand people, depending on where you get your information. Antifa and Black Lives Matter were there in much smaller numbers but waited until dark to start beating people up and throwing incendiary devices at the president’s supporters. The Cathedral did not cover the event but casually mentioned a few delusional Trump cult members showed up to D.C. to support the president. Here’s a short video, you decide.
— Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) November 14, 2020
Election mayhem, fraud, gaslighting
This should be the last public office DeWine ever holds. Ohio GOP governor says Trump should begin transition process amid legal battles
Another one who should never be elected again. Republican Arkansas governor: ‘I expect Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States’
Trump campaign pares back federal suit over Pennsylvania election results
He *is* on the ballot. Schumer ‘not on the ballot’ in Georgia Senate race, Democratic candidate says
House leaders urge Democrats not to join team Biden to maintain majority
People of color make up nearly half of Biden transition team
Atlanta off-duty officer involved in fatal shooting at nightclub, police say
Riots, race, protests, social unrest, crime:
Portland politician who called 911 over Lyft spat blames ‘white supremacists’
Police arrest DC man in firework attack after Million MAGA March
MSNBC segment attacks white women, claims ‘active role in white supremacy’
WATCH: D.C. Cops Direct Trump-Supporters into Gauntlet of Protesters, Do Nothing When They Are Assaulted
Fauci: Social Distancing, Masks Still Necessary After Getting Coronavirus Vaccine
Gov. Whitmer Announces New Restrictions As Virus Cases Surge Across The State
LOLGF. CNN’s Jake Tapper: ‘Christmas is probably not gonna be possible’ this year
Washington state enacts new restrictions, months after it was first in the US to confront Covid-19
Trump allies raising millions for new conservative TV network: report
Berkeley Professor Urges Followers To Steal, Burn Book On Trans ‘Craze Seducing Our Daughters’
Atlantic Council, A Prominent DC-Based Think Tank, Wooed Russian Bankers, Emails Show
And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!