In a shocking admission to European Parliament’s COVID-19 committee, a spokesperson for Pfizer admitted that the company had never tested its COVID vaccine to see if it would stop the spread of the virus. The Blaze provides more details on the exchange: During questions, Dutch Member of Parliament Rob Roos, a conservative and opponent of Europe’s COVID-19 passports, asked Small [Janine Small is Pfizer’s president of international markets] whether Pfizer could provide lawmakers with evidence it believed the vaccine would prevent coronavirus transmission before bringing it to market. “Was the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market?” Roos asked. “If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee?” […] “Regarding the question around, did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market? No,” she admitted. READ: Pfizer executive admits COVID-19 vaccine was never tested to prevent transmission: ‘This is scandalous’ Though Pfizer executives were uncertain if their vaccine could stop the spread of COVID, they …
An odd thing is happening in Denmark. Though the government is expecting an increase in the number of COVID cases this fall in line with the upcoming flu season it will not be vaccinating anyone below the age of 50, unless they have underlining health issues. The reason is that healthy people under the age of 50 are not particularly vulnerable to the virus. The Government of Denmark explains: With the autumn vaccination programme, we aim to prevent serious illness, hospitalisation and death. The risk of becoming severely ill from covid-19 increases with age. Therefore, people who have reached the age of 50 and particularly vulnerable people will be offered vaccination. We expect that many people will be infected with covid-19 during autumn and winter. It is therefore important that the population remembers the guidance on how to prevent infection, which also applies to a number of other infectious diseases. People aged under 50 are generally not at particularly higher risk of becoming severely ill from COVID-19. In addition, younger people aged under 50 are …
In this video, my favourite YouTube doctor, Dr. John Campbell, goes through the Pfizer documents that were gained through a Freedom of Information request to the US federal government on data related to Pfizer’s COVID vaccine.
Disturbing news out Vancouver, Canada about a Ronald McDonald House that plans to evict a family with a four-year-old boy suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia because the parents are not vaccinated against Omicron:
The Toronto Star, a major mainstream media outlet in Canada, just published an editorial stating that the federal government should force all Canadians to get vaccinated, whether they want to or not.
A recent survey conducted by OnePoll discovered that vaccines will be a divisive issue this Christmas, with 63% of vaccinated Americans stating that they will be banning unvaccinated family and relatives from Christmas gatherings. Study Finds reported that the poll, conducted on Nov 2, 2021, found that 65% of Americans are full vaccinated. The survey also revealed: 58% of the fully vaccinated stated they have already cut contact with unvaccinated family and friends. 49% of unvaccinated Americans have broken off contact with vaccinated family members due to conflicts over the vaccines. 22% of the unvaccinated report that they have already been banned from family gatherings. 43% of unvaccinated said they are worried about losing their jobs or being required to pay higher health premiums. 53% of both vaccinated and unvaccinated state the issue has become politicized. 56% believe there will be arguments at Christmas gatherings about vaccinations. READ: Holiday hell: 3 in 5 Americans BANNING unvaccinated relatives from family gatherings!
An interesting story has emerged in Austria, that is threatening to lock down the unvaccinated people in that country, as the number of COVID cases increases. The new rules will effectively ban the unvaccinated from going to restaurants, getting their hair done or attending public events. But there is one major exception. Breitbart reports that if an unvaccinated person had previously caught COVID, they will be considered vaccinated.
With US President Joe Biden recently stating that he doesn’t believe the COVID restrictions will end until 98% of Americans are vaccinated and politicians and health officials looking for creative ways to punish people who aren’t, a recent survey by the Trafalagar Group suggests that the majority of Americans (65%) do not believe a person should lose their job if they are unvaccinated.
According to a national poll conducted by the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States Action in July 2021, the vast majority of Americans, 71%, are opposed to mandatory COVID vaccinations for Americans.