Asking Pfizer CEO if we should take another leaky booster reveals media corruption
Albert Bourla makes billions with each new Covid jab mandate, but let’s not mention his conflict of interest, implies CNBC’s Jim Cramer, others
The media frequently asks Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla if we need another round of his leaky mRNA nanoparticle injections for Covid, despite a glaring conflict of interest, not to mention a lack of public long-term safety studies.
Shocker: He always says yes, you need another dose.
Bourla profits massively each time the public follows his recommendation to take Pfizer’s next booster, so his opinion is inherently biased in favor of his wallet, not your health.
Asking a guy who makes billions of dollars with each new vaccine mandate whether we should take the next jab is like asking Jeffrey Epstein if your teen daughters should work on the island as interns.
Should you regard Epstein’s enthusiastic answer — “Yes! They’ll get to know me and Alan Dershowitz quite well!” — as an objective opinion you should trust?
Think twice before following Bourla’s conflicted recommendations on shots he sells you.
The same goes for his “advice” on Paxlovid.
In interviews with Bourla, CNBC also fails to mention they’re sponsored by Pfizer.
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