BioNTech and Pfizer Inc.’s announced a COVID-19 vaccine just a week after a controversial election. Yes, one week after. Something is very shady about the announcement after one of the most bizarre elections.
Here’s what we know and why it’s Fishy…
The companies released that an analysis from the Phase 3 clinical trial shows that their vaccine has an efficacy rate that is higher than 90%.
“Given everything the world is going through and being humble enough to admit there’s a lot we are still learning about this virus, it was still a relief to see.” -Raymond James Analyst Steve Seedhouse wrote in an email.
Very Suspicious Timing
COVID-19 cure research has been an ongoing case study since March of this year. Why would a vaccine appear when an election is so close and the media pressure for Trump to concede is at an all time high?
What were they waiting for…
The Coronavirus affected many voters and caused confusion with mail-in ballots. President Trump spoke on wanting states to do a recount. A Recent Tweet from Trump on twitter explains the issue.
“REPORT: Dominion deleted 2.7 million Trump votes nationwide. Data Analysis finds 221,000 Pennsylvania votes switched from President Trump to Biden. 941,000 Trump votes deleted. States using Dominion voting systems switched 435,000 votes from Trump to Biden.”
As the election continues there have been many issues with the number of eligible voters. “Our most recent research in September revealed that 353 U.S. counties had 1.8million more registered voters than eligible voting-age citizens. The registration rates of those counties exceeded 100% of eligible voters!” -Breitbart
A rise in voter fraud along with a COVID-19 vaccine announcement a week after the election is shady.
President Trump spoke about “Operation Warp Speed” and shows the victory with the Pfizer vaccine. The company says the government has nothing to do with operation warp speed.
The Fix is in
So it seems like the timing was perfect for Biden to show up as a hero and take the spotlight from Trump’s progress. Would this vaccine have swayed the minds of 2% of voters? Let us know in the comments below.