October 14, 2022: First, it was former US president Barack Obama who blatantly declared that the coronavirus vaccine was tested on billions of people. More recently, top Pfizer executive Janine Small, made a similar public admission, saying her company’s Covid-19 vaccine was rolled out for mass use without being tested whether it could prevent transmission of the disease.
While it is naive to wonder why people in top positions are committing these embarrassing gaffes about the untested vaccine, one may be tempted to speculate if it’s a policy of people in influential positions to deliberately float this narrative – that indeed, it was a rollout without any prior testing.
We will never know whether these confessions were preplanned to make the public get used to the idea of taking untested jabs without feeling alarmed.
What is even more worrisome is that if Pfizer’s Covid jab roll-out happened without any testing, other coronavirus vaccine-makers, too, such as Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Oxford-AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, Sinopharm, Sinovac, etc. may have perhaps committed the same crime.
Did they, too, start selling the shots irresponsibly without testing whether they work, as Pfizer admittedly did? Were all the vaccine-makers’ coronavirus jabs unleashed upon us without any substantial testing done?
Janine Small has indeed left us wondering about this possibility.
Recently, a video shared by Rob Roos, a Dutch politician and a Member of the European Parliament (MEP), went viral on social media. In that video, Small, Pfizer’s president of international markets, is seen to be openly confessing that the Pfizer jab was not tested for transmission prevention.
Small made the admission in response to a question from Roos while she was testifying before the European Union Parliament recently.
“Was the Pfizer Covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market?” Roos asked Small during the session. “If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? And I really want a straight answer, yes or no, and I’m looking forward to it.”
Small’s response was shocking and alarming. “Regarding the question around, ‘Did we know about stopping the immunisation [sic] before it entered the market?’ No,” she said, mistakenly uttering “immunisation” instead of “transmission”, which is what she meant to say.
The Pfizer representative then made an even more atrocious argument. “We had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market.”
Later, Roos shared a video on Twitter, describing Small’s confession as “scandalous”.
Pfizer pocketed nearly $37 billion from Covid-19 vaccine sales last year — making the untested jab one of the most lucrative products in history, The Guardian recently observed, with the American multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation’s total revenue doubling in 2021 to $81.3 billion.
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