Vice President Mike Pence announced that 100 million ready-to-use vaccines against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, produced by the Modern pharmaceutical company, are now available.

“America has never been more prepared to fight this virus. With the cooperation of the American people, our incredible health and first aid workers, the extraordinary partnership with state and local officials, and with God’s help, we will overcome this together,” Pence said on his Twitter account on Nov. 19. 

Pence explained that the distribution would be done through the hospital network, and that it was an achievement of Operation Warp Speed. Within a few weeks it will reach the most vulnerable people in the country.

He also declared his gratitude to those who contributed to the achievement of the vaccine in such a short time. 

“Thank you to the American people for the extraordinary sacrifices they have made over the past 10 months,” Pence said. 

President Donald Trump created Operation Warp Speed, a public-private partnership, with the goal of developing and producing the CCP Virus (coronavirus) vaccine in record time, as it did in just a few months. 

Likewise, President Trump had already said on Oct. 15 that it will not be mandatory to apply the vaccine.

Notwithstanding this development, President Trump does not advocate the CCP Virus vaccine as the only solution, and takes certain steps that frustrate his opponents.

On the one hand, he himself, after contracting the virus, was quickly cured by applying alternative treatments that he had previously recommended.

On the other hand, the vaccine would allow Americans to continue with their usual rhythm of life, frustrating the “Orwellian” restrictions that the Democrats intend to impose, as White House press secretary Kaleigh McEnany called them

Additionally, the fact that President Trump proposes that the vaccine be free and distributed by federal entities tends to curb the ambitions of the pharmaceutical lobby, one of the most powerful in the world.

The CCP Virus began its terrible effects in Wuhan, China, and caused so many deaths and economic ruin that many leaders seek to hold the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) responsible for the disaster.

Thus, several Republican senators introduced a bill for U.S. victims of the pandemic to sue the CCP, physical or economic damage to the person, their property or business within the country, Townhall reported on July 20, 2020.

This could “amend Title 28 of the United States Code, to strip certain foreign states of foreign sovereign immunity to ensure justice for victims of the new coronavirus in the United States,” and seek appropriate compensation.