- Aug 10, 2020
This sums it up. The general consensus of the scientific community is where we need to get our guidance. If we want to know how to have 5 children from 3 wives while cheating on all of them, or how to bankrupt a casino - we'll ask Donald Trump.
Driving the news: “Let me be clear: I trust vaccines, I trust scientists, but I don’t trust Donald Trump,” Biden said. He then called on Trump to answer the following three questions, and said the American people should not have confidence if the president can't answer them:
The bottom line: Biden said that if these three questions are answered, then he and others should "absolutely" take the vaccine.
- "What criteria will be used to ensure that a vaccine meets the scientific standard of safety and effectiveness?"
- "If the administration greenlights a vaccine, who will validate that the decision was driven by science rather than politics? What group of scientists will that be?"
- "How can we be sure that the distribution of the vaccine will take place safely, cost-free and without a hint of favoritism?"