It's not science, it's just business.
Lies, deaths, and cover-ups
Every passing day there is a new revelation about Pfizer. In 2021 it was revealed the pharmaceutical giant knew their product was dangerous during the trials, but they released it anyway safe in the knowledge they couldn't be sued by the families of those they killed thanks to the indemnity most Governments gave them. Their own trials showed that 40% more people died in the vaccine group than in the placebo. A whistleblower who worked on the trials revealed that they fixed the results and covered up safety issues making it appear as if the product was safe and effective, when it was neither.
When questions were asked, Pfizer, in collusion with the FDA who they co-fund, said they would not release the trial data for 75 years, and it was only after a high court judge ordered them to release it that the truth became known.
Those documents revealed that, despite their denial, Pfizer had witnessed over a thousand adverse events during the vaccine trials; including Myocarditis, Pericarditis, and blood clots.
The 'science' was just advertising slogans
Despite all this, Pfizer exec's still routinely appeared on television and social media telling lies about their products unhindered by little things like facts or accountability. The Pfizer chief exec Dr Albert Bourla told the media that the Covid jab was 100% effective, even though he tested positive for the virus TWICE. Bourla was caught lying about his product again, this time by the Vaccination Pharmaceutical Watchdog who found him guilty of making false claims about children's Covid risk on a Radio 4 programme in 2021. The watchdog said his comments were “disgracefully misleading” and “extremely promotional in nature”, arguing that it breached several clauses of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry’s (ABPI) code of practice.
Laughing at the public's guilability
Another Pfizer director, Janine Small speaking at the EU parliament Covid Enquiry, laughed when she told the stunned committee that their Covid-19 'vaccine' wasn't even tested to see if it prevented transmission. Public perception is that it was, and that's all that matters.
It has now been revealed that a Pfizer board member, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, lobbied Twitter to censor information that reported any of this, or even so much as questioned the efficacy of the COVID vaccines in comparison to a person's own natural immunity.
Newly released Twitter files show that the platform censored a tweet from Dr. Brett Giroir, a board member at the biopharmaceutical company Altesa Biosciences, which produces drugs to combat COVID, after it was flagged by Gottlieb.
In August 2021, Gottlieb complained to Todd O’Boyle, a senior manager on Twitter’s Public Policy team, about Giroir’s claim that natural immunity offered greater protection than the vaccine.
“It’s now clear #COVID19 natural immunity is superior to #vaccine immunity, by ALOT. There’s no science justification for #vax proof if a person had prior infection. @CDCDirector @POTUS must follow the science. If no previous infection? Get vaccinated!” tweeted Giroir.
Gottlieb asserted that, “This is the kind of stuff that’s corrosive. Here he draws a sweeping conclusion off a single retrospective study in Israel that hasn’t been peer reviewed. But this tweet will end up going viral and driving news coverage.”
O’Boyle then forwarded Gottlieb’s email to Twitter’s Strategic Response team for review, but failed to tell them that Gottlieb was on the Pfizer board, instead merely referring to him as “the former FDA commissioner.”
Despite Twitter ruling that the tweet didn’t violate its rules, it still slapped a “misleading” tag on the post, meaning it had its replies, shares, and likes disabled, burying it in the algorithm.
A week later, Gottlieb complained about another tweet by lockdown skeptic Justin Hart which stated, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but a viral pathogen with a child mortality rate of ~0% has cost our children nearly three years of schooling.”
Gottlieb’s concern was that the tweet might generate doubt surrounding giving the COVID vaccine to kids, given that it “would soon be approved for children 5 to 11.”
The Pfizer board member also previously flagged an article written by journalist and COVID vaccine skeptic Alex Berenson, who was subsequently suspended by Twitter.
Gottlieb wasn’t happy that his lobbying attempts on behalf of Pfizer had been exposed, complaining that the release of his communications with Twitter had stoked “the threat environment” and led to “more menacing dialogue, with potentially serious consequences.”
Giroir responded by asserting that Gottlieb was upset that he had been caught “apparently (putting) corporate interests first not public health.”