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Levin nails ‘ambulance chaser’ Joe Biden who had ‘nothing to do’ with COVID vaccine

Author and television host Mark Levin bluntly labeled Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as an “ambulance chaser” for his remarks on the coronavirus vaccine. He referred to the former vice president as “Phony Joe Biden” in a tweet on Monday. It was in reference to a vaccine being produced by Pfizer and Biden’s criticism of President Trump’s handling of the pandemic.

“Joe Biden is truly an ambulance chaser. He had nothing to do with the vaccine that is about to be made available to the public, he had nothing to do with the manufacturing process that is already underway,” Levin tweeted. The vaccine is said to have a 90% effective rate in preventing infections.

“So, there he is, at a podium,” Levin continued, “reading from a teleprompter, telling us how he will follow the science, how he will distribute the vaccine, etc. now that Pfizer announced today that its vaccine is ready to go very, very soon”.

“Obviously”, Levin added, “Pfizer chose to hold back its announcement until after the election.”

“This is the kind of BS we are going to hear from this clown (to quote him), who did absolutely nothing and has done absolutely nothing,” Levin wrote. “In fact, all the while, when Trump and his team were doing everything possible to get vaccines and therapeutics invented and distributed, Biden was attacking them every step of the way. But it’s just like the economy, which is springing back in a huge way.”

President Trump retweeted Levin’s tweets and emphasized his comment that Biden had nothing to do with the vaccine.

Pfizer’s timing on the announcement of the vaccine is suspect by many Americans as it was released on Monday, right after the Democrats and the media declared Joe Biden to be the president-elect. This was despite the fact that there are pending lawsuits and votes are still being counted.

Pfizer developed the vaccine with BioNTech SE. Another company named Moderna has also come out with a vaccine.

President Trump has vowed for months that a vaccine was coming and would be ready before Election Day. Suddenly, it appears that one is now available immediately following Election Day.

Trump tweeted out on Monday that if Biden were president, we’d be waiting another four years for a vaccine.

The president was thrilled that Pfizer had come up with a vaccine on Monday. But he had predicted this back in September. He said there would be a vaccine “before the end of the year and maybe even before Nov. 1. I think we can probably have it sometime in October.”

Biden did not waste any time in making a statement on the vaccine. He said that he was informed of the development on Sunday evening and his transition team announced on Monday the formation of a COVID-19 “transition advisory board.” He has also vowed a nationwide mask mandate for all Americans.

“Biden has trashed the unprecedented rebound, spewing the usual bromides about how only the rich benefit, etc.,” Levin said. “Biden is not the president yet, if ever, depending how events unfold.”

“But regardless, this really takes a set of grapefruits for Biden to posture as he did today, and for the media to regurgitate it like Biden has somehow done something or accomplished something. Biden has been AWOL, utterly irrelevant,” Levin concluded. “And it is nauseating watching this choreographed fiction by the guy who hid in his basement throughout the virus.”

There were many on social media who echoed Levin’s sentiments.

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