Back in November, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla exposed his unbridled contempt for those who dare question the narrative surrounding the experimental covid vaccines when he called vaccine skeptics “criminals in an interview with Atlantic Council CEO Frederick Kempe.
Anyone guilty of spreading so-called “misinformation” should be considered an unlawful member of society. Implying, not so subtly, that the dissenters must be dealt with by way of imprisonment, and/or other extrajudicial punishments.
Pfizer CEO Says People Who ‘Spread Misinformation’ About Covid Vaccines Are “Criminals” (VIDEO)
In a recent interview with CBC, Bourla doubled down on his previous comments. When he was asked directly about his reasoning for making such an extreme comparison, Bourla could not hold back his contempt, yet again.
“I’ve heard you talk about those who would deliberately peddle in misinformation as criminals. Is that something you stand by? is that something you believe in?” interviewer Andrew Chang asked.
Unsurprisingly, Bourla immediately affirms his previous statements, adding that he believes the crime that free-thinking individuals have committed is equivalent to murder.
“Yes, I do, because they literally cost lives. They know what they are saying is a lie.”
“know what they are saying….”Now that’s the ‘pot calling the kettle black.’
This megalomaniac even calls out one specific case of supposed “misinformation” in which a man used the post-vaccination death of his wife – who he had convinced to take the vaccine – as a warning to others to consider the risks of the experimental jab instead of just blindly taking it because ‘experts’ like Fauci and Bourla said so.
Is that concerned man who lost his wife a criminal? Or is it the man who is pushing these experimental vaccines, while profiting hand over fist and ignoring a mountain of red flags, the one committing the crimes?
According to Bourla, the man’s tragic story about his wife should just be forgotten, one life is nothing compared to the unprovable amount of people, which he implies is very high, who died because they didn’t take the vaccine.
“There’s an article – a picture of my wife – I forced her to get the vaccine and then because of the vaccine she died.
All of that lies, of course. And they did it, why? Because they wanted to convince people that were on the fence to do the vaccine – don’t do it, look his wife died – but forget that,
Source: The Gateway Pundit