Ok hear me out, this is just speculation without any evidence. As we all remember, news of Pfizer's 90% effective vaccine came out immediately after the presidential election. Moderna's vaccine shortly followed. Is this timing more than just a coincidence? I think there are quite a few reasons to be suspicious of this. First, Trump started importing drugs from Canada, something that no previous president would ever consider because it's the ultimate "f-u" to Big Pharma. Then, as the pandemic rages, Trump claims that we are just about to "turn the corner" and that a vaccine is less than a year away. Wouldn't Big Pharma take advantage of this opportunity to get this threat out of office? Could they have released news of their vaccine earlier? Those of you who disagree, where am I wrong?
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