(New York) What was the nature of Epiphany that prompted Donald Trump to take pride in the effectiveness of the Covit-19 vaccine?
What will the former president say on January 6, which marks not only the Feast of the Epiphany of Christ, but also the first anniversary of the attack on the Capitol by hundreds, if not thousands, of his supporters?
The answer to these questions could provide clues as to what Joe Biden’s pioneers have in store for Americans in 2022 and 2024.
Donald Trump may begin with a question he answers at a news conference Thursday in his Florida home, Mar-a-Lago.
In a statement issued on December 21, 45e The president tasted his speech marking the dark day when four of his supporters lost their lives, more than 150 police officers were injured (one of whom died the next day) and the once-glorified democracy was shaken.
He reiterated his false allegations about the “fraudulent” election in 2020, attacked a congressional commission accused of investigating the attack, and condemned Republicans who were unfit to be considered Republicans.
Waiting [la conférence de presse], Note that the uprising took place on November 3rd.
Donald Trump marks the date of his election defeat
Donald Trump was not the only person to mark the first attack on the seat of Congress after the war against the British in 1812. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will address the Americans as historians and elected officials reflect on this day in Congress.
According to Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, the purpose of the historians Doris Gears Goodwin and John Mitcham was to “establish and [de] January 6 Defend the story.
“A Decisive Moment”
Two days earlier, Graham Brookie had joined the effort. One year after the Capitol Hill attack, the organization he heads will publish a major study on the status of American extremists.
But there is no illusion about the news reaching a greater number of Americans this week.
“Donald Trump’s press conference will set the tone and timing,” said the director of the research laboratory affiliated with the Atlantic Council’s think tank. In particular, Graham Brookie did not minimize the impact of this press conference on extremist groups in 2022.
“Someone over the past five years should not exaggerate what the former president of the United States is saying or saying, ignore this: the January 6 speech may be a watershed moment.
One way or another, Obama says anything that crossed Donald Trump’s lips on Thursday will not help improve the political climate in the United States.
There is no version in the world [Donald Trump] Goes out on January 6th and says responsible things.
Graham Brookie, director of the Research Laboratory affiliated with the Atlantic Council think tank
In other words, no one should expect Capitol to take his staunch supporters against the grain of the storm, as Donald Trump has been doing for the past few days about the Govt-19 vaccine.
“The vaccine worked”
Last September, Donald Trump said it should be remembered The Wall Street Journal He said a booster dose against COVID-19 was “probably not”. However, on December 19, former Fox News editor Bill O’Reilly was interviewed and revealed that he had received such a drug from thousands of supporters gathered at an amphitheater in Dallas.
Hearing some shouts from the crowd, Donald Trump immediately said: “No! No! No! No! ”
Add: “This is a very small group, over there, behind.”
In an interview aired two days later, Conservative commentator Candace Owens also dismissed claims that more Americans would die of COVID-19 in 2021, so vaccines against the disease are not yet widely available.
“The vaccine worked, but some people didn’t take it,” Donald Trump responded, cutting him off.
People who get sick and go to the hospital are not vaccinated. It is always their choice. But if you get vaccinated, you will be protected. […] People do not die from the vaccine.
Donald Trump in an interview with conservative commentator Candace Owens
You’d think you’d have heard of Anthony Fossie or Joe Biden.
Moreover, the conspirator and ally of former President Alex Jones did not fail to accuse him of being part of “their team”, which included Bill Gates, the New World Order and the “Davos group”.
Like most Republican-elected officials, Donald Trump is certainly opposed to vaccination duties. But his desire for the “historic” success of vaccines developed during his administration was neither innocent, nor did he call on his supporters to take “credit” for it.
Is this vaccine a sign of Donald Trump’s intention to run for president again in Epiphany 2024? You can learn more about this on Epiphany Day.