DELUSIONAL: Pfizer CEO thinks his company has done more “good to humanity” than any other company in history
Pfizer Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Albert Bourla claims that his company has “done so much good to humanity” that no other in the history of the world compares. Bourla makes this statement during an interview with liberal commentator and television host George Stephanopoulos in “This Week” on ABC. During the interview, Bourla stands by his company’s so-called achievements during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (Related: Pfizer CEO says US to return to normal within a year but only if everybody takes COVID-19 vaccines.) “We are very proud of what we have done. We are very proud. We have saved millions of lives with the vaccine,” he says. “There is no other company that can claim to have done so much good to humanity as we have done.”
Bourla wants his company’s booster vaccines to be distributed to all fully vaccinated Americans
Bourla’s interview with Stephanopoulos is an attempt to convince the American public that COVID-19 boosters are necessary. The Pfizer CEO has tried to assure the public that his company will be able to manufacture and distribute booster doses and primary doses for the unvaccinated at the same time. The conversation between Bourla and Stephanopoulos is a result of an ongoing scientific debate. One camp believes it would be more prudent for the United States to focus on vaccinating as many Americans as possible and then shipping off unused vaccines to countries with fewer resources. This is the position held by the World Health Organization (WHO), which has been calling for a moratorium on the distribution of booster doses. On the other camp are Big Pharma companies like Pfizer, which stand to make a lot more money from the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine boosters. They believe it is morally acceptable for countries like the U.S. to put more resources into providing booster doses of the vaccine. Pfizer is set to make a lot of money from the sale of booster doses since it is currently the only one approved to distribute its COVID-19 vaccine as a booster. “I think it is also not the right thing to try to resolve it with an ‘or’ when you can resolve it with an ‘and,'” says Bourla. “It’s not, ‘Shall we give boosters or give primary doses to other people.’ I think the answer should be, ‘Let’s give both boosters and doses for other people.'” “And this is the way, why we have invested so hard and we put all our scientists and engineers to work hard, so that they can produce enough doses for all,” Bourla continues. “Right now, by the end of this month, we will have produced two billion doses.” Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that people 65 years old and above who have completed the initial two-dose regimen of COVID-19 vaccination with Pfizer’s vaccines are now eligible for a third dose as long as six months have passed since the last dose. The CDC has indicated that adults who have underlying medical conditions and who work certain jobs like first responders, academic staff, grocery store workers and public transit workers are also eligible to get booster doses. Bourla calls this decision to expand the pool of people allowed to get his company’s COVID-19 vaccines as boosters a “very good one.” “We are looking forward to being able to vaccinate all these vulnerable people so that we can put an end to this pandemic,” he says.
CDC report proves booster doses are dangerous
A report published by the CDC earlier this month, titled the “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,” proves that the COVID-19 booster vaccine doses created by Pfizer and Moderna are dangerous. One part of the report has surveyed more than 12,500 after they got the third dose. Of those people, 79.4 percent – or nearly 10,000 people – have experienced local side effects like intense itching or pain and redness at the injection site. Around 74 percent of respondents – around 9,200 people – have experienced more severe reactions like fatigue, muscles aches and headaches. The authors of the report say: “These initial findings indicate no unexpected patterns of adverse reactions after an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccines; most of these adverse reactions were mild to moderate.” While admitting that the COVID-19 vaccines cause a lot of mild and moderate side effects, the report conveniently ignores the more severe reactions experienced by the people who took the booster doses. A more comprehensive report would have pointed out the number of people who have experienced more serious side effects from the vaccines. Keep up to date on the latest news involving Big Pharma companies like Pfizer and their experimental and deadly COVID-19 vaccines by reading the latest articles at Vaccines.news. Sources include: GlobalResearch.ca ABCNews.go.com 1 ABCNews.go.com 2 MedicalDaily.com SRDTF.org