Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 months ago

Israel just announced a vaccine for Coronavirus within weeks. Should Israel wait a few more months to maximize the political damage to Trump?

As a lifelong Democrat I'm struggling to balance the prospects of millions of dead Americans on the one hand vs a 2nd Trump presidency on the other. 

6 Answers

  • ricky
    Lv 7
    8 months ago
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    You are not a democrat first of all. But your point is well taken. There’s nothing it seems, that Democrats would not allow that hurts America and Americans, if it meant taking down Trump.

  • Robert
    Lv 6
    8 months ago


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    "Shalmon [Dr Asher Salmon , Head Department of International Relations, 

    Israel Ministry of Health] said he expects a vaccine to take at least a year, pouring cold water on claims that Israelis were racing ahead with a cure. A Science Ministry press release claiming that the state-funded Galilee Research Institute was three months away from a vaccine had made headlines last week, but Shalmon said people should not place “false hopes” in it."

    [Dated March 6, 2020.]

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    I hope this helps.


  • You are a real P.O.S.

  • 8 months ago

    How many lies will you atempt?

    1) No, Isreal has not announced a vaccine.

    2) Isreal is not waiting on something that doesn't exist

    3) You are not a Democrat. We have standards

    4) The rest is a horrible lie.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    The last thing Israel would want would be to damage Trump. That said... so in your little it might be OK if millions of people DIED [not you of course] to keep Trump from winning again on November 3rd. Interesting. Is that it? What has Trump actually DONE - not SAID - but DONE that upsets you so much?

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    There are already vaccines being tested in animals, if that goes well there could be human trials later this year. But even if scientists can celebrate having developed a vaccine before Christmas there is still the massive job of being able to mass-produce it.

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