Trump Breaks Her Silence Since January

( Ivanka Trump, the daughter of former President Donald Trump, just broke a three-month-long silence on social media to post a photograph of her receiving the COVID-19 vaccine that her father’s administration developed in record time.

In her much-awaited return to social media, Ivanka Trump excitedly announced, “Today, I got the shot!!!”

“I hope that you do too,” she added.

President Donald Trump made billions of dollars available from the federal government to quickly develop the COVID-19 vaccine in what he dubbed “Operation War Speed.” The former president successfully delivered a vaccine before the election – something that far-left media outlets insisted was impossible – and then hit the important milestone of delivering one million vaccines per day by his final day in office.

Since then, President Joe Biden has attempted to take the credit for the incredible achievement, and proudly revealed that he intended to vaccinate 100 million Americans within 100 days – a feat only possible thanks to the former president’s work.

“My message to the American people on the vaccine is…I told you all, I made sure we have 600 million doses of the [vaccine]…not of either Johnson & Johnson or AstraZeneca,” President Biden said on Tuesday. “So, there’s enough vaccine…that is basically 100 percent unquestionable for every single, solitary American.”

Meanwhile, the Democrats are engaging in a new $10 billion campaign to encourage more people to get the vaccine, with a focus on Christian white conservatives. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made offensive suggestions during a press briefing this week that white conservatives only watch shows like “Deadliest Catch” and NASCAR, revealing how the Biden administration is spending huge sums of money on advertising the COVID-19 vaccine on channels airing them both.

Retired Sheriff of Milwaukee County, David Clarke, slammed Psaki for her comments, calling her a “complete DOPE.”

“Classic stereotyping. Next she’ll say Biden administration is handing out free watermelons and rib dinners to reach black people in urban ghettos who are hesitant to get vaccinated,” the Black Republican commentator said.

Conservative news outlet the Daily Caller asks Psaki whether, instead of assuming all Republicans watch NASCAR, whether the Biden administration had thought about telling Americans that taking the vaccines means they can stop wearing masks.

Ivanka Trump’s Instagram post is likely to have done more for promoting the vaccine than anything the Biden administration has done in the last few months.