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Ben Smilowitz of DAP: We can make billions of vaccine now. Trump’s COVID failure.

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Ben Smilowitz, Executive Director of Disaster Accountability Project, makes a case for a billion vaccines now. Trump’s COVID dereliction even worse.

Ben Smilowitz has an important message.

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  • Chuck Todd walks through the reality of how poorly the response was to COVID-19. It was a dereliction of duty of Trump. Specifically, it was the biggest failure of government in our nation’s history.
  • Another Trump official exposed attempting to promote a rather evil form of herd immunity. He made the statement “We want them infected,” referring to infants, teenagers, and young and healthy adults.
  • Ben Smilowitz, Executive Director, Disaster Accountability Project, discusses the need to use the DPA to create billions of vaccines.

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