Radio host Alex Jones, a longtime skeptic of mass vaccination efforts and COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions, revealed that he would “love to see” President Donald Trump run for office again in 2024, but suggested the 45th President first had to answer for ushering in the current globalist fad of indefinite COVID-19 booster shots.
Jones recently discussed President Trump’s endorsements of COVID-19 vaccines yet repeated hesitance on the so-called booster shots. “First, let’s take President Trump,” said Jones, “Who I believe is a good person, and who I really care about and who I want to see get a lot of good Republicans elected in the midterms and who I would love to see run again.”
“We gotta take him to the woodshed though,” Jones declared. “He came out last week on Fox & Friends and said, ‘I really am suspicious of this booster shot. If this supposedly works so well, why do you need a booster shot?'”
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The radio host charged, “Because you got lied to, Trump. It didn’t have 98% efficacy. We knew day one that it wouldn’t work period, it’s a fraud, it will create mutants.” Jones added, “You got chumped. You got signed on to a fraud to restart the economy.”
“I understand why you did it, you believe in science, except these are bad actors sir,” Jones declared. He charged that President Trump “believed that America could produce a good vaccine. Of course they could have,” said Jones, “they didn’t want to. They didn’t create a vaccine, they created a Frankenshot.”
While President Trump was booed at a recent rally for his repeated endorsements of the controversial COVID-19 vaccines, he has repeatedly questioned the need for the so-called booster shots and described them as a way for big pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer to use the pandemic to increase their profit margins, as National File reported in August:
Speaking to Maria Bartiromo on Fox News, President Trump, who has generally been enthusiastic about the vaccines that were developed part in thanks to his Operation Warp Speed program, attacked the principle of booster shots as being simply a cash-grab from the greedy corporations. “If you’re a businessman, you’ll say, ‘you know what, let’s give them another shot, that’s another $10 billion of money coming in’,” Trump said, describing the whole situation as “crazy.”
Trump added that people wouldn’t think that they would need a booster, as when the vaccines first came out they were good for life. “Then they were good for a year or two, and I could see the writing on the wall, I could see the dollar signs in their eyes,” he remarked.