Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has a message for America: If you don’t support his product, you’re a criminal.
Well OF COURSE the CEO of Pfizer thinks you’re a criminal if you don’t buy his products. How else is he going to make millions and millions of dollars per year?
When appearing on the “Front Page” podcast, Bourla was tossed a softabll by Atlantic Council CEO Fredeick Kemp: “There was some fake news during this period of time about the vaccines, all sorts of conspiracy theories. How did you deal with that, and how did you navigate that? Where do you feel the primary source of this sort of fake news was? How damaging was this to us?”
I can see you rolling your eyes through the computer screen…
Pretty pumped up at this opportunity to attack free speech, Bourla responded in just about the exact manner that you would expect:
“I’m afraid it was quite a lot damaging. There was particularly with us we were targeted by a lot of, let’s say, dark organizations that you don’t really know the ownership, you suspect there are some countries behind. We were getting a lot of briefings from CIA, from FBI about attacks that may happen to us, cyber attacks I mean and also about spread of misinformation.”
He went on to say that anyone who doesn’t support these vaccines with limited research have “literally cost millions of lives.”
“Those people are criminals. They’re criminals because they have literally cost millions of lives.”
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