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President Donald Trump rang in the new year with plenty of optimism, reminding the nation that “whenever America is challenged, we always rise to the occasion.”
Much like the coronavirus has dominated the year 2020, the Chinese plague was the central focus of the president’s address, as he touted the accomplishments realized in battling the virus — even as the doom and gloom media, which pretty much ignored the speech, continues its focus on death.
“In the face of great challenges this year, Americans showed incredible grit, strength, tenacity and resolve, and together we achieved truly historic victories like nobody ever thought possible to defeat the China virus,” the president began. “We launched the largest mobilization since World War Two.”
Trump highlighted the effort to build tens of thousands of ventilators and millions of masks “virtually overnight,” focusing on the response to the unprecedented national emergency.
“We ignored the experts who demanded open borders and we shut down travel from China and Europe to protect our citizens — and we built the wall,” he explained. “We pioneered groundbreaking new therapies and treatments and we saved millions of American lives.”
“Over and over again, we were told it would be impossible to deliver a vaccine by the end of the year,” he continued. “All of the experts said, ‘Absolutely unthinkable. Trump is exaggerating. It can’t happen.’ And we did it. Long before the end of the year. They said it would take a medical miracle and that’s exactly what it is. Years from now, they will be talking about it. They’ll be talking about this great, great thing that we did with the vaccines.”
Calling the accomplishment a “truly unprecedented, amazing medical miracle,” the president explained it can take up to 10 years to develop a vaccine. Citing Operation Warp Speed, he said the COVID-19 vaccine was developed in just 9 months.
“We’ve already begun a nationwide vaccination program and we’re sending the vaccine all over the world,” Trump said. “The world will benefit. We’ll benefit. And everybody’s calling to thank me.”
The media remained fixated on a vendetta against this president all throughout the pandemic, criticizing Trump’s every move and refusing to credit him for any gains, but the president was optimistic about what the future holds.
“By early next year the vaccine will be available to every American,” Trump vowed. “And shortly thereafter it will be delivered worldwide. We’ll end the pandemic once and for all.”
Of which, the corrupt media establishment is certain to heap praise on the president’s apparent successor, Joe Biden, who offers a starkly contrasting message that “things are going to get worse before they get better.”
“We can never let people forget where it came from and how it came,” Trump said, as he thanked those involved in helping develop the vaccine. “We’re very proud to be honored and all of the people that work so hard on it. We have to be remembered for what has been done. I want to thank all of the workers, scientists, doctors and members of the military who helped make Operation Warp Speed possible.”
He touted “the greatest economy in the history of the world,” prior to the pandemic, and was equally optimistic about the U.S. economy today.
“We’ve actually built, if you think about it, two great economies — before and after,” he said.
“Our economy is growing at the most rapid rate ever recorded — 33.4% last quarter — and faster than the nations of Europe,” Trump added. “Nobody can compete with us.”
In closing, the president also touted other accomplishments ignored by his media adversaries.
“We have secured our borders and paused immigration to protect American workers,” he said. “We lowered drug prices for the first time in 51 years and after years of endless foreign wars, we are signing historic peace deals in the Middle East — it’s all ending in the Middle East, we have to hope it keeps going.”
Ending his message on a positive note, Trump reminded the nation of our blessings.
“In this season of joy, Americans have so much to be grateful for,” he said. “We’re all blessed to live in the greatest country ever to exist on the face of the earth, and we’ve made it greater than ever before. As long as we remain loyal to our nation, devoted to our citizens and faithful to almighty God, we know that the best is yet to come.”
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