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CNN Urges Fauci to Feature Trump in Pro-Vax Propaganda

'It’s hard to argue from where I sit that the Biden administration is doing everything it can to convince vaccine skeptics...'

CNN anchor Jake Tapper encouraged President Joe Biden‘s administration to buy advertisements on right-wing websites that show former President Donald Trump advocating for the COVID-19 shots, Breitbart reported.

It’s been more than a year since the first COVID vaccine was authorized in the U.S. and put into an arm,” Tapper said during a conversation on The Lead with COVID czar Anthony Fauci.

“More than 20% of Americans have still not gotten even one shot,” he continued. “It’s hard to argue from where I sit that the Biden administration is doing everything it can to convince vaccine skeptics.”

Tapper noted that the Trump supporters are among the groups most resistant to the COVID-19 shots, an irony considering that Trump’s Operation Warp Speed led to their creation years before the accepted timeframe.

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“So how come every time a conservative Republican gets online and goes on to Fox or another right-wing website, how come there isn’t a pop-up ad, sponsored by the government, featuring video of Trump, a couple of weeks ago, saying he got a booster and the vaccine is great and everyone should get a vaccine?” Tapper asked.

Fauci—the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which funded the Chinese lab that created SARS-CoV-2—said all pro-COVID-jab conservatives should advocate for the shots.

“For those, whether you are a Republican, an arch-conservative, if you want to get out there and tell people to get vaccinated, go do it,” he said. “I think it’s a great idea. How about that?”

Tapper, continued to press Fauci, noting that his pro-vaccination pontifications were not likely to convince conservatives to get the shots.

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“I think the people that need to be convinced aren’t necessarily listening to you or me because we’ve been talking about these vaccines now for more than a year,” he said. “I think it would mean more coming from President Trump.”

Tapper asked Fauci to “pass on” the advertisement idea to the “comms people at HHS or NIH or whoever the right person is” as a “Christmas present from me.”

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