Pfizer CEO calls people spreading vaccine ‘misinformation’ criminals — RT World News

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has blamed people spreading “misinformation” on Covid-19 vaccines for the loss of “millions of lives,” and declared that things can only go “back to normal” once they take the jab.

Bourla, speaking to NATO-backed Atlantic Council think tanks on Tuesday, stated that “a” is the right word. “very small”A group of people is spreading “misinformation” on Covid-19 vaccines, his company’s own shots included.

“Those people are criminals,”He told Frederick Kempe, CEO of Atlantic Council. 

They’re not bad people. They’re criminals because they have literally cost millions of lives.

Bourla’s words echo those of US President Joe Biden, who during the summer accused social media platforms of “killing people”Biden offered a forum for vaccine opponents and skeptics. Biden later refrained from his remarks, but he insisted on the fact that “bad information”The alleged cause of deaths was is also available
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While studies have shown the efficacy of Pfizer’s vaccine to wane with time, and although the vaccinated can still catch and become sick from Covid-19 regardless, Bourla insisted that mass vaccination will result in daily life going “back to normal.”

“The only thing that stands between the new way of life and the current way of life is, frankly, hesitancy to vaccinations,”He told Kempe.

At the same time, should any cases of side effects of Pfizer’s vaccine emerge, the developer will not be held criminally accountable. The US, UK, EU and other countries have immunity from pharmaceutical companies for vaccine-induced deaths or injuries.

Both the World Health Organization (WHO) and America’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have declared Pfizer’s vaccine ‘safe and effective’.

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