HHS Spokesman Was Anti-Vax During Trump Administration

January 27, 2022 Updated 9:57 AM ET

January 27, 2021 Updated 9:35 A.M. ET

TALLAHASSEE (FCV) – Ian Sams, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), expressed anti-vaccine opinions during the Trump Administration in September 2020.

“Americans are rightly concerned about the rushed process leading to an unsafe vaccine,” the HHS spokesman said.

Conservatives are pointing out that Sams is currently promoting the vaccines promoted by President Donald Trump (R) via Operation Warp Speed.

In response to criticism of the Biden Administration for terminating the authorization of various monoclonal antibody treatments forcing Florida to close their treatment plants indefinitely, Sams claimed that Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is not promoting vaccines that “do” work:

Both monoclonal antibody treatments and COVID-19 vaccines have clinical data showing effectiveness; they are not mutually exclusive, and DeSantis promoted vaccines so much so that 60 Minutes published a misleading hit-piece on him.

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