• More Good COVID News: So, Does Trump Get Some Credit for It?

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    Surge Summary: More heartening COVID-19 news is breaking – some of it confirming comments made by Donald Trump in the earlier days of the pandemic. But Joe Biden and Co. are reluctant to say anything that might vindicate Trump’s administration.

    by Gary Bauer

    According to the latest COVID statistics, the number of new daily coronavirus cases (just over 41,000 reported yesterday) is at its lowest level since early October.

    The current number of hospitalizations (just over 40,000) is at its lowest level since mid-October.  And the number of daily COVID-related deaths (839) is the lowest since mid-November.  Some states (here and here) are even reporting no new deaths.

    Many heartland states that resisted severe lockdowns have actually fared better than states like California and New York, which crushed their people, small businesses and their economies.

    Even CNN had to admit last week that herd immunity could be coming a lot faster than many experts had predicted.

    Of course, that’s exactly what Donald Trump told us would happen fairly soon, and he was blasted by left-wing politicians and their media allies for offering even a glimmer of hope to the American people.

    Well, now we’re seeing the numbers plummet, the result of a combination of vaccines developed on Trump’s watch and the approach of herd immunity.  Sadly, the Biden Administration cannot say anything good about the vaccines without first attacking Trump.

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    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.

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