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Pfizer CEO, Who Said People Who Spread Vaccine Misinformation Are Criminals, Found Guilty of Lying about Vaccine

After previously calling for the criminalization of those who spread COVID-19 ‘misinformation,’ Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has been found guilty of doing just that.

The UK’s pharmaceutical regulator has deemed Dr. Bourla to be responsible for spreading “misleading” statements about the effects of vaccinated children.

In an interview with the BBC from December of 2021, Bourla proclaimed “there is no doubt in my mind that the benefits, completely, are in favor of” vaccinating children between the ages of five and 11.

He added, “Covid in schools is thriving,” and ignoring the fact that the overwhelming majority of children do not experience serious sickness, continued to push for the mass-vaccination of children.

“This is disturbing, significantly, the educational system and there are kids that will have severe symptoms,” he claimed.

 

The interview was conducted prior to the vaccine being approved for children between the ages of five and 11 in the UK.

After the interview was released a parent activist group called “UsForThem” filed a complaint with the Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA).

The complaint suggested that Bourla had made “disgracefully misleading” comments about vaccinating children and that the comments were “extremely promotional in nature,” and that in doing so he violated a number of clauses of the code of practice by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).

“There is simply no evidence that healthy schoolchildren in the UK are at significant risk from the SARS COV-2 virus and to imply that they are is disgracefully misleading,” the complaint said.

The regulatory body convened a code of practice panel which ultimately found that Dr. Bourla did in fact violate the code of practice in several ways.

The PMCPA found that his violations included failure to present information to the public in a factual and balanced manner, misleading the public, and making claims that cannot be substantiated.

Pfizer appealed the findings of the body, but an appeal board upheld the conclusion that Dr. Bourla misled the public, made claims that were unbalanced, and made unsubstantiated claims.

Last year, the Pfizer CEO was pushing calls for people who spread COVID-19 ‘misinformation’ to be treated as criminals.

Bourla maintained that the so-called ‘misinformation’ was entirely responsible for vaccine hesitancy, suggesting if people would just shut up and believe what companies like his are saying, like would be much easier.

Bourla said the “very small” group of people spreading vaccine “misinformation” are “criminals.”

“They’re not bad people. They’re criminals because they have literally cost millions of lives,” Bourla said.

Bourla said that the vaccine prevents deaths and will also help return to normal life.

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

However, as more studies continue to show, the vaccines themselves are actually costing otherwise healthy people their lives making Bourla and his colleagues over at Pfizer the REAL criminals.


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