Donald Trump Jr. Gets Brutally Mocked For COVID-19 Vaccine Conspiracy Theory

"Nothing nefarious about the timing of this at all right?" the president's eldest son tweeted on Monday.

The stock market was pleased to learn of Pfizer’s encouraging findings on a potential COVID-19 vaccine ― but not Donald Trump Jr.

President Donald Trump’s eldest son expressed skepticism over the timing of the announcement, considering it came days after his pop lost the election to Joe Biden.

“The timing of this is pretty amazing. Nothing nefarious about the timing of this at all right?”

Many Twitter users jumped in to tell Jr. that his ginned-up conspiracy theory suggesting Pfizer held off announcing the promising data specifically to hurt his dad’s reelection efforts didn’t actually hold water.

Others pointed out Pfizer’s announcement fit the pharmaceutical giant’s previously announced timeline.

Other Twitter users poked holes in Trump Jr.’s baseless suggestion.

One person did suggest that if Pfizer did hold back the announcement on purpose, it really can’t be blamed, considering how the Trump administration has handled the coronavirus pandemic.

Monday’s announcement doesn’t mean a vaccine is imminent, but Pfizer executive Dr. Bill Gruber told The Associated Press that “we’re in a position potentially to be able to offer some hope.”

Still, it’s unlikely any vaccine will arrive much before the end of the year, and the initial supplies will be rationed.

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