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718 views • April 14, 2021

Trump fires back at FDA's decision to pause Johnson &Johnson vaccine; MLB's special status at risk

Deep Dive
Deep Dive
President Biden is set to address the joint sessions of Congress the night before his 100th day in his office. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited him to address a joint session of Congress on April 28th. Three Republican senators want to remove a special rule favoring major League Baseball. This follows the league's boycott of Georgia over the state's election integrity law. The antitrust exemption for baseball has been in place for 99 years. The Supreme Court decided in 1922 that Major League Baseball was not subject to federal antitrust laws, ruling against a challenge brought by a team from a defunct rival league. Sen. Josh Hawley says the league can't expect to wield political influence and get government hand-outs at the same time. And in the world of vaccines, Denmark bans all AstraZeneca shots amid reports of blood clotting. Another vaccine, Johnson and Johnson, being paused in the US amid reports of blood clotting as well. Some note both are adenovirus while Pfizer and Moderna are mRNA. Former President Trump fired back at the FDA. He said in a statement: “The results of this vaccine have been extraordinary but now it’s [sic] reputation will be permanently challenged. The people who have already taken the vaccine will be up in arms, and perhaps all of this was done for politics or perhaps it’s the FDA’s love for Pfizer." Tune into Deep Dive as we explore these topics and more.
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