Since Democrats refuse to bring in any legislation for the benefit of the American people, this administration is trying to figure out how to keep their voters happy. They now have a plan. They are simply taking credit for things that President Trump accomplished.
It actually makes sense. Would you want to only take credit for what you have done if you were a Democrat? I know I certainly wouldn’t.
Last week White House Spokesliar Jen Psaki gave Biden the credit for getting 18 companies to quit doing work on the Russian pipeline to Europe.
An Associated Press reporter, pointed out to Psaki that those companies agreed to suspend work under Trump and not Biden. This week Psaki gave Biden the credit for Johnson and Johnson to team up with Merck to produce a one-shot vaccine.
The problem is that the deal was in the works long before Biden took office. The new vaccine means that everyone in the country will be able to get vaccinated within the next two months, but Biden has nothing to do with that at all.
The Democrats have condemned everything President trump ever accomplished but they are happy to take credit for those same policies. Funny how that works, huh?
“We are now on track to have enough vaccine supply for every adult in America by the end of May. When we came into office, the prior administration had contracted not nearly enough vaccine to cover adults in America. “We rectified that.”
Let me point out that Biden is taking credit for receiving vaccines that were ordered by President Trump. Biden was too busy flooding mour borders with illegal immigrants.
New York Times White House correspondent Michael Shear asked Psaki how the Biden administration can take credit for the deal when, in fact, the New York Times reported about the deal in January.
“On the timing of the administration’s efforts to help pull this deal together, you said that it was within, I think, the last few weeks,” Shear began. “We wrote our first story at the New York Times about a possible partnership between Merck and J&J for manufacturing on Jan 21.”
“My understanding is that talks between those companies had been in the works before that even, in terms of, sort of, the corporate discussions between them,” Shear continued, adding, “How it is that the Biden administration deserves credit for bringing these two together, when it looks like the discussions had been under way long before you guys got here?”