Harris started ‘politicization’ of COVID-19 vaccines, Christie says

Vice President Kamala Harris got the ball rolling on the politicization of COVID-19 vaccines when she declared at her sole vice presidential debate that she would not roll up her sleeve to take the jab approved by regulators under the Trump administration, Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, said.

“That put us in a totally different area that allowed it to be politicized and that politicization is just continuing now” he told ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.

President Biden recently announced a new mandate to get more Americans to sign up to take a COVID-19 jab because about 80 million people in the country have refused to voluntarily sign up for the shot. One of the main reasons is that people are skeptical of potential side effects and their effectiveness. 

Harris, in October, used the coronavirus outbreak and the federal government’s response as an example of what she identified as the Trump administration’s shortcomings. She indicated that she would be skeptical of former President Trump’s involvement in any vaccine rollout.

“If the public health professionals, if Dr. Fauci, if the doctors tell us we should take it, I’ll be the first in line to take it, absolutely,” Harris said. “But if Donald Trump

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