One of the things about Joe Biden is that there seems to be no coordination to the way that he is having any of his people do things.
Added to that, they are making some really odd decisions. Not odd like the type of pens to use in the office, but the type of odd where you begin to wonder where they are even aware of their surroundings.
It never really occurred to me that senility could be contagious.
The new director of the CDC says she doesn’t know how many doses of the vaccine the country has, as the finger-pointing about the slow rollout of the vaccine intensifies. The National Guard will stay on patrol on Capitol Hill until mid-March.
We live in a world where the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claims the federal government does not know how many doses of coronavirus vaccine they have at any given moment, which seems like the sort of thing that would matter a great deal when fighting a pandemic and running a national vaccination program.
“I can’t tell you how much vaccine we have, and if I can’t tell it to you then I can’t tell it to the governors and I can’t tell it to the state health officials,” CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky told “Fox News Sunday.”
“If they don’t know how much vaccine they’re getting not just this week but next week and the week after they can’t plan. They can’t figure out how many sites to roll out, they can’t figure out how many vaccinators that they need, and they can’t figure out how many appointments to make for the public,” Walensky said.
In a dig at the Trump administration, Walensky said the lack of knowledge of vaccine supply is indicative of “the challenges we’ve been left with.”