Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesFormer President Donald Trump speaks at a rally on Oct. 31, 2020, in Reading, Pennsylvania. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images)
It’s been over a year since COVID-19 first took the United States — and the world — by storm. And now, confirming former President Donald Trump’s prediction from last September, it appears the long-touted coronavirus vaccine is available to every American who wants it.
At the time, the liberal media labeled his prediction impossible.
“Trump says, without evidence, every American will get coronavirus vaccine by April,” The Washington Post reported on Sept. 18.
“Trump says every American can get a coronavirus vaccine by April, but health experts say that’s not likely,” CNN said the same day, reiterating The Post’s criticism of the former president.
The New York Times also joined in on bashing Trump’s prediction on Sept. 20, with a headline stating, “Top U.S. Health Officials