The director of the HHS’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority is claiming he was removed from his position because he protested Trump’s support of life-saving drugs. The man is relying on the mainstream media to tarnish the president in the midst of a crisis. But new reports reveal the doctor did support the drugs—and he’s being fired for an entirely different reason.

Corruption exists, even in the midst of a pandemic. The virus outbreak has not changed the agenda of the D.C. swamp. Democrats in Congress delayed critical legislation (more than twice) in order to shove it full of unrelated funding. Pelosi praised Democrats for blocking a bill that would have saved jobs.

State and local Democrats revealed themselves to be cowardly tyrants, passing un-Constitutional orders that stripped Americans of their rights. But the worst corruption and incompetence has been seen within federal agencies.

The crisis was so bad in America, because the CDC and FDA were not prepared. They slowed and delayed progress during the critical months of January and February, even forbidding private labs from developing COVID-19 tests. But it seems the worst was yet to come from HHS’s BARDA.

Their director claimed he was removed because he opposed Trump’s support of hydroxychloroquine. But the truth is much different.

Dr. Rick Bright, director of the Department of Health and Human Services’ Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), claimed this week that he was removed from his position because he questioned the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria drug touted by President Donald Trump as a treatment for the coronavirus…

However, there appears to be more to the story as Bright reportedly praised Trump’s push for using the drug. [Source: Daily Wire]

Bright blubbered to the NYT that he was fired for opposing the use of a drug we’ve seen has been effective at treating the disease. But now we are learning that Bright applauded the use of the drug in internal communications within the agency. HHS officials said the man supported the drug all along.

We know the media has been quick to oppose hydroxychloroquine as an effective treatment, all because Trump supported it. Their pathetic hatred of the president has led them to discourage people from taking medicine that could save their lives.

Is there a word for that kind of behavior? Oh, yeah: evil.

The truth is, Dr. Bright was fired because he was a corrupt swamp dweller, playing political games. You’re going to love this.

Politico reporter Dan Diamond wrote on Twitter that the Trump administration had been working to remove Bright since last year for “incompetence and insubordination.” …

Bright clashed with his boss, Robert Kadlec, the Trump administration’s assistant secretary of emergency and preparedness, over his leadership style and specific issues…

NRSC Senior Adviser Matt Whitlock also noted that Bright made a rather interesting move in hiring “very political” attorney Debra Katz, who represented Christine Blasey Ford when she made her unsubstantiated allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. [Source: Daily Wire]

Like so many scum before him, Bright was fired because he was incompetent and refused to listen to authority. On top of that, he hired the infamous lawyer who represented Christine Ford, the woman who wrongfully accused Brett Kavanaugh of assault.

So… picture becoming pretty clear now? Trump fired this man, not because he “opposed” this drug, but because he was yet another swamp dweller. Bright was on record supporting the use of hydroxychloroquine. Yet he had a record of being a bad leader and someone who was pushing politics within an agency aimed at protecting American lives.

Yeah, someone like that shouldn’t keep their job, if you ask me.

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