Please note, every one of those citations were made by skeptics who were right to be skeptical at the time, because (1) Trump had already promised that COVID would disappear "like magic" in the spring, and promised that it could be cured with bleach and ivermectin, to the dismay of those in the medical profession, and (2) he had a political agenda, to get re-elected, and thought that promising a vaccine would achieve it. Waiting until testing was completed and verified was indeed the sensible thing to do.
The problem is that the narrative has changed, and when you point this out, people deny it. The reality is the the "skepticism" was a partisan reaction to Trump, and had nothing to do with the actual manufacturing of the vaccine, which they admit was fine (as they started pushing it the second Biden became president). They brought up the vaccine being rushed as a reason to be skeptical, and yet decided to push it anyway, knowing it was rushed (as if that is now no longer a reason to be skeptical).
It's similar to december 2019, when people pointed out the virus was going to be a thing, and people were labeled conspiracy theorists for saying such. They even had "hug a chinese person" events going on to "show the virus wasn't worth being concerned about". Bringing this up now, people are in full denial of what happened. If you maintained a consistent stance and did not change your view, you'd go from being accepted as not being a conspiracy theorist, to being a full blown conspiracy theorist, simply for accepting what was the past position, failing to update and follow big brother. The reasoning has not changed, yet the label assigned to such people has changed.
I was also called a conspiracy theorist when I pointed out russia will invade ukraine. Turns out a few months later, russia indeed invade ukraine, and then people started acting like they always knew it would happen and that it was obvious.
It's the gaslighting, the lying, and the hypocrisy that is the problem. Not the stances. I believe official sources and I get called a conspiracy theorist. I disbelieve official sources and I get called a conspiracy theorist. There's no winning. So I just follow my own understanding of things, fully acknowledge the lying from authorities, and retain skepticism.
Covid was called a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Longer than two weeks was a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Vaccine passports were called a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Mandatory vaccines were called a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Booster shots were called a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Multiple boosters were called a conspiracy theory and then happened.
Again, people wonder why people are conspiracy theorists? Because authorities lie and gaslight, and then the theories turn out to be true.