Cher: I Will Get COVID-19 Vaccine Only After ‘Joe Gets Vaccinated'
Singer says Biden 'would never put us in danger'
Liberal pop star Cher has amended her recent claims she would not get COVID-19 vaccination as long as President Donald Trump remains in the White House.
The singer has now said she would welcome the injection, but only after Joe Biden is vaccinated.
The Hollywood celebrity, who has endlessly campaigned for the former Vice President over the past four years, claimed the presidential candidate would “never put us or our country in danger.”
The singer-actress tweeted Wednesday:
“I Said I Would Never get Vaccine as long a trump was in White House."
“Moment Joe Gets Vaccinated I will Get in line & Get my vaccination.This has Nothing to Do With my Respect,& Love For Joe"
"I Know Him..HE WOULD NEVER PUT US OR OUR COUNTRY IN DANGER.”
I Said I Would Never get Vaccine as long a trump was in White House. Moment Joe Gets Vaccinated I will Get in line & Get my vaccination.This has Nothing to Do With my— Cher (@cher) November 18, 2020
Respect,& Love For Joe.I Know Him..HE WOULD NEVER PUT US OR OUR COUNTRY IN DANGER.
Cher said earlier this year she would refuse a COVID-19 vaccination under Donald Trump’s presidency, claiming it would be unsafe.
I’ve gotten Vaccines during my life,1st One I Remember was Polio,BUT THERE IS NO FKNG WAY IM TAKING A VACCINE THAT TRUMP WONT LET GO THROUGH THE THIRD &— Cher (@cher) August 25, 2020
MOST IMPORTANT SAFETY TRIAL.WINNING AT ANY COST
IS ALL HE CARES ABOUT.
“IT IS WHAT IT IS”
Prospective COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer have shown promise with almost 95 percent effectiveness in trials.
The pharmaceutical companies have been working under President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed to develop a vaccine in a public-private partnership to speed production and distribution.
But establishment media outlets like the Washington Post and the New York Times have downplayed the success of Operation Warp Speed.
Earlier this week, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that people may still be required to wear masks and continue practicing social distancing even after being vaccinated.
The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN anchor Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” Sunday that COVID-19 precautions will still be necessary after a vaccine becomes available to Americans.
The leading coronavirus expert insisted that life will be unlikely to return to "normal" following mass public vaccinations.
“I would recommend to people to not to abandon all public health measures just because you’ve been vaccinated,” Fauci told Tapper.