“Xavier Becerra is a wolf who can’t be dressed in sheep’s clothing…”
Another one bites the dust
Supply or logistics?
“[N]o one at FDA has been delegated authority to issue such a rule…”
Birds in hand and still multiples in the bush?
“There is no other way, we need to establish herd…”
That’s one way to say that we’re returning to “business as usual,” eh?
“Some medical experts… were caught off guard — and unhappily so — by the news.”
“That has to be approved by the White House. We may or may not approve it.”
“C.D.C. scientists are running scared.”
A temporary extension
Federal support remains but changes will be made
“I am speaking out because to combat this deadly virus, science — not politics or cronyism — has to lead the way.”
Another day, another investigation.
“These hacks will likely be partnered with misinformation campaigns.”
“That’s not a direct answer to the question…”
Free COVID-19 testing?
“[S]taff members described a ‘whitewashing’ of the situation, characterizing the response as ‘corrupt’ and a ‘cover-up’…”
For the children
“The administration would not let Democrats run to the president’s left on lowering the prices of prescription medicines.”
“They are finally modernizing organ procurement.”
Science may be making a last stand
“You can’t hurt them to make some grander statement.”
Scrubbing off the Rust?
Now, *scientific* objections are another matter
Possibly, but it’s already pretty low
“The taxpayers won’t pay a dime for my seat on those planes.”
“I will tell you personally, I’m not happy about it.”
Be stingy with the public purse, sir.
Fangs out for Brandenburg?
Deep holes, and not digging.
Plus AP: Why is no one tracking teacher vaccinations?