In a tweet (with a limited comment function), Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla praised the Pfizer and BioNTech team regarding the experimental gene injection – and thus himself. A shameful statement about a highly controversial product.
However, Pfizer knew from the beginning that the experimental genetic injection came with countless side effects and there were blatant cover-up efforts (see our report here) and clearly fraudulent measures (see our report here). , Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has continued to try to advertise the mRNA injection. This can be seen in his recently published tweet, on which only a few people are allowed to respond so that critics do not get a chance to make their point:
Three years ago today, we shared the exciting news with the world that our #COVID19 vaccine is highly effective in preventing the disease. It was one of the best moments of my career. We could not have reached this milestone without the extraordinary efforts of our talented and dedicated colleagues at @Pfizer and partners at @BioNTech_Group. This picture was taken immediately after we got the good news from our R&D team and you can see the joy on our faces despite the masks.
As Aristotle said, “Our problem is not that we aim too high and miss. Our problem is that we aim too low and aim too low.” We have achieved great success with our #COVID19 vaccine and now we want to achieve more because our patients trust us.
Bourla is trying to reinforce the false narrative that gene injections prevent Covid diseases. And while Big Pharma has certainly done positive things when it comes to fighting diseases, it’s also important to tackle undesirable developments. Be it “revolving doors” between regulatory authorities and pharmaceutical companies (for example, the Moderna case), or the development of more transparent processes in clinical studies. There is no dearth of scams at all.
In this regard, Bourla’s self-congratulatory tweet is even more shameful, especially since even he should have known that years of hype about genetic injections cannot exactly keep up with reality. But the ruble must roll and the show must go on…