-Just the News
President Trump made a bold prediction back in May: “Vaccine work is looking VERY promising, before end of year,” he shared on Twitter. “The mainstream media didn’t like that prediction, not one little bit,” Joseph Curl writes. “For the record, Trump was technically wrong. There isn’t a vaccine—there are three.”
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer “applied to U.S. health regulators on Friday for emergency use authorization (EUA) of its COVID-19 vaccine, the first such application in a major step toward providing protection against the new coronavirus,” Vishwadha Chander reports. “If the data is solid, ‘we literally could be weeks away from the authorization of a 95% effective vaccine,’ U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary AlexAzar said.”
-New York Post
“COVID-19 vaccinations will eventually be available free at neighborhood pharmacy chains—just as flu shots are now—thanks to an agreement announced by federal health officials on Thursday,” Laura Italiano reports.
“We congratulate Sudan, Israel, and the United States on another landmark diplomatic agreement. The exchange of full diplomatic relations between Sudan and Israel is the third such Israeli-Arab agreement in two months. This achievement is not only historic but also morally and mutually beneficial,” the Washington Examiner editorial board writes.
“These are real and significant diplomatic triumphs for which the Trump administration deserves much credit . . . . Well done, Sudan. Well done, Israel. Well done, America.”
“The press has been playing defense for Portland anarchists for weeks, suggesting riots and arson against a federal courthouse were provoked by federal agents protecting it,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
“So much for that. Over the weekend Portland police were forced to declare two riots. On Friday police said ‘people defied orders to disperse and threw rocks, frozen or hard-boiled eggs and commercial-grade fireworks at officers,’ the Associated Press reports.”