Candace Owens Responds To Trump’s Vaccine Comments, Points Out Something HUGE Critics Are Forgetting

( Exclusive) – President Trump did an interview with conservative personality Candace Owens on Tuesday and during part of the interview, Trump explained to Owens that he believes the vaccines are both safe and effective.

“Oh no, the vaccines work,” Trump said. “The ones who get very sick and go to the hospital are the ones that don’t take the vaccine. But it’s still their choice. And if you take the vaccine, you’re protected.”

“Look, the results of the vaccine are very good, and if you do get it, it’s a very minor form. People aren’t dying when they take the vaccine,” he told Owens.

Trump is either bold-faced lying or he’s completely and totally oblivious to the real facts and data regarding the vaccines. It’s not true that only unvaccinated people are ending up in the hospital from COVID and then there’s the tens of thousands of adverse reactions and deaths being reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

The mainstream media, of course, has been ignoring any stories involving the negative aspects of the vaccines.

The reality is, these vaccines just aren’t what Trump or Biden have made them out to be and the American people seem to see it more clearly than either of them.

RINO Meghan McCain took great delight in watching Trump “school” Owens on the vaccines and took to Twitter to express it.

“Trump schooling Candace Owens with facts and logic regarding getting the vaccine is really a sight to behold. Credit where credit is due and I hate the guy.”

Naturally, Owens didn’t take too kindly to McCain’s post and responded with real facts and a thorough Instagram video (watch here).

Owens slammed McCain over the fact that she clearly isn’t all that concerned about health issues considering McCain is clinically obese.

Ouch. Owens isn’t wrong though.

In her Instagram video, she also defended Trump’s support of the vaccine, citing the fact that he’s just from a different generation as to why he trusts the vaccines are working.

“People oftentimes forget, like, how old Trump is,” she told her Instagram followers. “They came from a time before TV, before internet, before being able to conduct their independent research.”

“Everything that [Trump’s generation] read in a newspaper, that was pitched to them, that they believed that that was a reality,” Owens said. “And one of those things was, you know, this push for vaccines and believing that people were going to die without vaccines. And so, I believe that his support of the vaccine is genuine, and it’s not based on any corruption at all.”

Owens also asserted that Trump gets his news from the mainstream media rather than alternative sources of information.

“Believe it or not, I do not believe that Trump reads or partakes in any other news sources. I don’t believe that Trump is on the internet or that he necessarily uses the web to try to find obscure websites. I think that he just relies on typical mainstream sources. So, I don’t think that there’s anything evil going on there.”

“But he needs to have a larger conversation to really understand what’s going on and why so many people are just horrified.”

There may be some truth to Owens theory but while Trump does watch and read mainstream media he also reads conservative news outlets and has even discussed stories from alternative sources on social media.

President Trump is likely just not willing to throw the vaccines that were a result of his efforts under the bus just yet. Let’s keep in mind, Trump was the only Republican candidate in the 2016 election to be brave enough to question the current vaccines and discuss their link to autism.

President Trump is no stranger to the potential harm vaccines can cause.

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