We now know mRNA injections don't prevent infection with SarsCov2. When their "Covid vaccine" was rolling out, did Pfizer ever claim otherwise? A lot of people think they did, so I set a bounty of 10000 BLURT for anyone who could prove it. While nobody has managed to do so, someone did link me to the most-misleading statement on this topic I have ever seen from Pfizer!
When Pfizer's product was revealed in late 2020, they were very careful with the wording in their press release announcement to not claim it could prevent SarsCov2 infection.
- "'Today is a great day for science and humanity. The first set of results from our Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial provides the initial evidence of our vaccine’s ability to prevent COVID-19,' said Dr. Albert Bourla, Pfizer Chairman and CEO."
- "more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19 in participants without evidence of prior SARS-CoV-2 infection"
- "demonstrated evidence of efficacy against COVID-19"
- "efficacy rate above 90%"
- "may effectively prevent COVID-19"
- "will evaluate the potential for the vaccine candidate to provide protection against COVID-19 in those who have had prior exposure to SARS-CoV-2, as well as vaccine prevention against severe COVID-19 disease"
- "Pfizer’s efforts to combat COVID-19"
Nowhere did they claim to be able to stop infection by the virus (SarsCov2). They only made claims about Covid-19, which is an illness - a set of symptoms.
But members of the government, the media, and celebrities DID claim the so-called vaccines would prevent transmission of the virus. Joe Biden famously claimed that if you're vaxxinated, you can't get infected, and can't pass it along. "A pandemic of the unvaccinated," we heard every day for all of 2021 and most of 2022.
But Pfizer was careful to never be the one making those false claims. In my opinion, they made a LOT of false claims, but that's not one of them. I warned the public as best I could in late 2020, including with my video "The Pfizer Vaccine is NOT a Vaccine": "Pfizer is clear their product is meant to prevent already-infected people from developing serious symptoms, NOT to prevent the virus from spreading. And if it's not made the way vaccines are made, doesn't function the way vaccines function, and doesn't grant immunity, then it is NOT a vaccine. It's an injectable pharmaceutical product."
But I don't have a lot of reach, and most of the world ended up assuming otherwise, spurred on by deceptive statements from government, media, and celebrities.
It wasn't too long before it became apparent the "vaccine" doesn't stop you from getting infected. For a while, they continued to say they were holding out hope that it at least offered some protection, but by mid 2022 it was obvious that there was no such protection. "At least it's stopping some people from getting hospitalized" became the updated mantra. (But if it doesn't prevent transmission, why were we issuing "vaccine passports", and allowing vaxxed people to rejoin society as though it did?)
Then, in October 2022, a Pfizer executive testified before the European Parliament that the injections were never meant to stop transmission of the virus. And the internet lost their collective minds, calling it a "surprise admission".
"On 10 October 2022, during a session of the European Parliament's Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, Pfizer executive Janine Small testified that the company had not evaluated their COVID-19 vaccine for its ability to reduce transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus prior to its release to the general public. Dutch MEP Rob Roos described the admission as scandalous." - Pfizer's Wikipedia page
Member of Parliament Rob Roos uploaded a 2 minute clip admonishing Pfizer for "a cheap lie", and included Janine Small's "admission" that Pfizer never tested for the ability to stop transmission, which can be viewed here.
Almost every alternative media outlet in the world picked up on this story, joining the chorus of calls for legal action against Pfizer. Now, I hate Pfizer as much as the next awake guy, but I've known from the beginning that they never promised to stop transmission of the virus. They had their lawyers go over every press release with a fine tooth comb. They're not idiots. Corrupt, but not stupid.
I've been trying desperately to tell people this for more than 2 years. But every week, there's another huge story in alternative media, talking about Pfizer's "stunning admission" in October that they never tested for their product's ability to block SarsCov2.
So a week ago, I set a bounty of 10000 BLURT on proof that "Pfizer claimed their 'vaccine' prevented transmission of the SarsCov2 virus when it rolled out in December 2020". If they did, we've got them with an easy lawsuit for crimes against humanity.
Nobody thus far has managed to find it. But as you'll read next, someone DID find something extremely deceptive and misleading, that I had never seen before, and might potentially be used to take them down!
Pfizer said stopping transmission is their highest priority!
"The ability to vaccinate at speed to gain herd immunity and stop transmission is our highest priority."
A priority is something given special attention. In other words, Pfizer broadcast to the world that stopping transmission (of the SarsCov2 virus) was something they were giving a lot of attention to. They really wanted to prevent viral infections with their product. They hoped it would happen, they really really did.
But they didn't claim their shots were effective at doing so. They didn't even claim to have tested them for that.
Would all those billions of people have taken it, if they knew from the start that it wasn't going to keep them from getting infected? Would "vaccine passports" have gotten off the ground if everybody knew they were pointless? Would humanity have been segregated the way it was? Would mandates have been put in place, forcing people to take the injections or lose their jobs, families, travel, and access to society?
Probably not. In other words, it appears that a massive crime was committed, and I'm not saying otherwise. But we still don't have that smoking gun, that written or spoken claim their mRNA shots were effective at preventing infection by SarsCov2. Effective at treating Covid (symptoms), sure. Blocking the virus itself, no. And that makes all the difference in the world.
So I'm renewing my bounty of 10000 BLURT. If Pfizer told us they could prevent infection, we can nail them to the wall for it.
As for @curiouscactus, I want to thank you for finding that Twitter post. It's the closest thing I've seen. It doesn't outright incriminate Pfizer, or satisfy the requirement for my reward, but it is VERY misleading and deceptive. As far as I'm concerned, it's proof they were doing their very best to delude people and hoodwink the public. It's no wonder so many people believe they said their "vaccine" prevented infection!
Curiouscactus, I'm going to give you a 5000 BLURT reward for linking me to that tweet! Please make an account on Blurt (see my post here for an easy and free 3 step method) and I'll transfer it to you.
If anyone can find a contention by Pfizer their shots were efficacious against the virus that causes Covid-19, the 10000 BLURT bounty is still up for grabs!
"The ability to vaccinate at speed... is our highest priority."
Look at that statement again. What does "at speed" mean? It's a sciencey way of saying "in a hurry". Vaccinating in a hurry was their main priority. Sick. Considering how many people they've killed with that product, and how little (or nothing) it did to help anyone, and how many billions of dollars they charged, they deserve the harshest possible punishment. Remember how the "vaccine hesitant" were ridiculed, and then shunned? The hesitant were right.
I said that in April 2021, LONG before it was popular (even in alternative circles) to say so. Why was I so certain, and willing to stick my neck out? Because I knew Pfizer (and Moderna etc) were deceiving the public about their products. A big part of that was knowing from the very start they never intended mRNA technology to do anything against the virus... but wanted society to think it would. Unfortunately, they largely succeeded.
Let's not let them get away with it.