Comcast’s CNBC took a shot at President Trump on October 8, 2020, regarding him being given REGN-COV2 along with remdesivir and dexamethasone.
CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla said, “He [Trump] happened to be flown to the hospital in a helicopter and got the best care in the world and didn’t have to pay for it because it was taxpayer-funded so to equalize that with the experience that most Americans hope to get is probably premature.”
David Faber responded, “This was only available to a handful of people outside the trials that are ongoing for that antibody cocktail. He’s probably the only person in the world that was treated with all these different things.”
Notice the difference in media coverage when Beau Biden, Joe Biden’s son, fell ill and was taken to a hospital:
You didn’t hear “news anchors” talking about how Beau Biden got special treatment because he was the sitting Vice President’s son and that Joe had enriched his family off the backs of taxpayers and so he was able to afford the best diagnosis and treatment for his son that other Americans were not able to get.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer responds to President Trump’s claim that Regeneron’s experimental antibody cocktail helped “cure” him of the coronavirus.