I’ll just be happy to see something other than utter incompetence

In another completely predictable failure, Mike Pence, the soon-to-be-former vice-president shouted from Twitter that thanks “to the public-private partnership forged by President @realDonaldTrump, @pfizer announced its Coronavirus Vaccine trial is EFFECTIVE, preventing infection in 90% of its volunteers.” But in reality, Pfizer took no government money, and thus, was not influenced by anything the President has done. From this administration, this is not just a faux pas — it’s another in an endless string of failures that could easily be overcome with even the slightest bit of investigation, i.e., work. It’s not even that I hate the administration. I don’t like most of their policies, yeah, but I do approve of their aggressive approach to China for example, so I am not completely opposed to the administration because of who they are as opposed to what they do. I see Trump as a joyless, hateful idiot who we should feel sorry for, like when you get mad at your dog when he poops in the house, but you can’t be really get that upset because dogs are innately pretty dumb. But it’s these imminently avoidable fumbles by the supposedly competent people around him that solidifies to me that they are just hapless morons who have no business anywhere near the levers of power, regardless of their politics, and more importantly, that an administration that caters to the President’s narcissism above all else is a dire threat to the security of Americans at home and abroad, especially a President whose hyperinflated ego claims the world’s vilest despots as his best friends.