New York, whose Governor thinks he did such a bang-up job on the coronavirus that he wrote a book praising himself, seems to have serious problems getting the vaccine that they should thank Trump for to their people.
Jazz Shaw at HotAir.com has some experience in this field and offers some theories as to why it’s such a mess. Surprise: it has to do with mismanagement and having no incentives to operate efficiently or save the taxpayers’ money.
Meanwhile, even the New York Times has started to notice that leftist states and nations that brag about listening to the “science” are doing much worse at handling the virus and the vaccine distribution than the conservative states and nations they condescendingly criticize.
The Times admits that “progressive” leaders in blue states are more concerned with process, and creating intricate rules about who “deserves” to get vaccinated first on their intersectional charts, while conservative states are just getting as many people as possible vaccinated. In short, red states get to work and get things done, while blue states play political games and create pointless rules and expensive bureaucracies that prevent things from getting done. Even a deadly pandemic can’t seem to change that basic, immutable fact of life.