Pfizer CEO Bourla refused to answer questions in Davos by Rebel News reporters regarding the Covid vaccines.
By Marica Micallef
Rebel News reporters have spotted Albert Bourla, Pfizer’s CEO on the streets in Davos and have asked him direct questions regarding the Covid vaccines.
The mainstream media is still silent, of course. The only statements that Bourla could give were “Thank you very much” and “Have a nice day.” Else dead silence.
First Reporter: “Mr Bourla, can I ask you when did you know that the vaccine didn’t stop transmission? How long did you know that without saying it publicly?”
Bourla: “Thank you very much.”
First Reporter: “Why don’t you answer that question? I mean we now know that the vaccines didn’t stop transmission but why did you keep it secret? You said it was 100% effective, then 90%, then 80%, then 70%, but we now know that the vaccines do not stop transmission? Why did you keep that secret?”
Bourla: “Have a nice day.”
First Reporter: “I won’t have a nice day until I know the answer. Why did you keep it a secret that your vaccine did not stop transmission?”
Second Reporter: “Isn’t it time to apologise to the world sir, to give refunds back to the countries that poured all the money into your vaccine that doesn’t work, an ineffective vaccine?”
Second Reporter: “Aren’t you ashamed of what you’ve done in the last couple of years?”
First Reporter: “Do you have any apologies to the public, sir?”
Second Reporter: “Are you proud of it? You made billions on the backs of people’s entire livelihoods? How does that feel to walk the streets as a millionaire, on the backs of regular persons in Australia and England and in Canada?”
First Reporter: “What do you think about your yachts, sir? What do you think about your private jet? Are you worried about product liability? Are you worried about myocarditis?”
Second Reporter: “What about the sudden deaths?”
First Reporter: “What do you have to say about young men dropping dead of heart attacks every day? Why won’t you answer these basic questions? Your apologies, sir?”
Second Reporter: “Do you think you should be charged criminally for selling the criminal behaviour you’ve obviously been a part of?”
First Reporter: “How much money have you personally made off the vaccine?”
Second Reporter: “How many boosters do you think it will take for you to be happy enough with your earnings? Nothing?”
First Reporter: “Whom did you meet with here in secret? Will you disclose whom did you meet with? Who did you pay commissions to? In the past Pfizer had paid 2.3 billion dollars in fines for deceptive marketing. Have you engaged in that same conduct again? Are you under investigation like you were before for your deceptive marketing, sir?”
Second Reporter: “If any other product in the world doesn’t work, as promised, you get a refund. Should you not refund the countries that paid out billions for your ineffective vaccine?”
First Reporter: “Are you used to only sympathetic media so you don’t know how to answer any questions?”