After the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in December 2020, Americans were flooded with propaganda coercing them to get vaccinated to “protect their neighbor,” “protect grandma” and protect the vulnerable who were not eligible to receive a vaccine.
Blue states across the U.S. began to roll out vaccine passport systems they conveniently had “on ice” for such an occasion as this and people were forced to prove they had received the clot shot before they were allowed to enter restaurants, facilities and events.
Why? Because COVID vaccines supposedly prevented transmission of the virus to those around you. Even court cases relied on such conspiracy theories to justify infringing upon our freedoms and liberties — and not a single fact-checker actually “checked the facts.” If they had, they would have found that no such evidence existed to support such a claim.
In an unbelievable admission by a Pfizer executive on Monday, Pfizer did not actually know whether its COVID vaccine would stop transmission before it entered the market.
Rob Roos, a member of the European Parliament from the Netherlands, asked during a COVID hearing:
“Was the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? Did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market?”
Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, replied:
“No … You know, we had to … really move at the speed of science to know what is taking place in the market.”
In other words, Pfizer was moving at warp speed despite the science, and the company was using the “market” as its personal experimental testing ground.
Roos said in a Twitter video posted on Monday that millions of people worldwide were forced to get vaccinated because of the myth that “you do it for others.”
“If you don’t get vaccinated, you’re antisocial! This is what the Dutch Prime Minister and Health Minister told us,” Roos said. “You don’t get vaccinated just for yourself, but also for others. You do it for all of society. […] Today, this turned out to be complete nonsense.”
Roos went on to say this recommendation was “a cheap lie” that should be exposed and posted the video of Small’s statement.
Several U.S. officials claimed COVID vaccines could prevent transmission. Among them, President Joe Biden in July 2021 said “you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.”
Chief medical advisor to Biden, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said in May 2021 in a CBS interview that vaccinated people are “dead ends” for the virus.
“When you get vaccinated, you not only protect your own health and that of the family but also you contribute to the community health by preventing the spread of the virus throughout the community,” Fauci said.
Two months later Fauci said vaccinated people are capable of transmitting the virus.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in a Dec. 11, 2020 press release stated there was “no evidence that the vaccine prevents transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from person to person.”
When Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla was asked by NBC News in December 2020 whether the vaccine prevented transmission of the virus, he said he was “not certain about that right now” and said this was “something that needs to be examined.”
Since then, evidence has surfaced and U.S. health officials, including former White House medical advisor Dr. Deborah Birx, have revealed evidence existed in December 2020 showing the vaccinated could still transmit the virus to others.
Nobody bothered to correct the lie, because that lie was needed to force millions of people to subject themselves to the potential harm of an experimental vaccine.