Trump speaks out on Covid vaccines, supports transparency on data related to side effects

W0N46T U.S. President Donald Trump argues with CNN report Jim Acosta during a news conference in the East Room, on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at the White House in Washington, D.C. Photo by Al Drago/UPI

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President Donald Trump has broken his silence on the issue of Covid vaccine transparency amid reports of vaccine-injured Americans who have a bone to pick with Big Pharma.

During comments made last week during an interview on “The Tudor Dixon Podcast,” the president addressed a few questions pertaining to rumblings of a Covid comeback in America.

Regarding a catastrophic uptick in cases of myocarditis, blood clots, and heart attacks, Dixon – the 2022 Republican gubernatorial nominee for Michigan – asked the president if he believed that vaccine companies should release their data on vaccine side effects. She also asked whether he would demand that this data should be released if he is president in 2025.

Trump answered, “Well, they should do that. You know, we’re all in this together and they should be doing that. And, frankly, anything new…has got to be looked at very carefully. But they SHOULD be doing that – if they have facts…they should be made public immediately…they [Americans] should know what research is showing.”

He also said that a second potential Trump presidency would not do “shutdowns,” and he poked a stick at the media for blaming everything on Covid. “If you have a flu season, they call it Covid,” he remarked.

The president also pointed out that at the outset of the Covid pandemic, “it was an ancient kind of thing” that hadn’t happened to the United States since 1918, when the Spanish Flu swept across the nation, killing thousands.

He slammed the infamous Chinese Wuhan lab, stating that what “came out of there” and what it did to the world was “horrible.”

In the past, former Trump White House advisor, Peter Navarro, stated that then-White House Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci “lied” to the president and others about the technical makeup of the Covid vaccine.

Navarro alleged earlier this year while talking to Patrick Bet-David of the PBD Podcast that Pfizer, the drug manufacturing company, also failed to disclose the side effects of their vaccine, RSBN reported.

Despite the swirling questions surrounding Covid and the vaccines, President Trump has been staunchly anti-mandate from the beginning. In 2021, he remarked, “A lot of people feel differently about vaccines and I think mandates are terrible.” He added that giving it to “young kids” is “terrible.”

Last week, he released a new video discussing the re-emergence of Covid-related safety protocols as news of a new variant of the coronavirus has begun to emerge.

He stated, “But to every Covid tyrant who wants to take away our freedom, hear these words: WE WILL NOT COMPLY. So, don’t even THINK about it. We will not shut down our schools. We will not accept your lockdowns. We will not abide by your mask mandates and we will not tolerate your vaccine mandates.”

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