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Pfizer

Pfizer is a multinational drug corporation, which develops and manufactures medicines and health care services. It was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in New York.

It was dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average on August 25, 2020.[1]

Pfizer is the manufacturer of drugs such as

among others for sales of over 48 billion dollars worldwide.

Pfizer is a corporate sponsor of the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

FBI/Pfizer collusion

According to a Freedom of Information Act request response issued by the Department of Justice, it appears there are indeed communications between Pfizer and the FBI about Project Veritas. The request for communications, filed by Judicial Watch, was acknowledged but denied by the DOJ which cited an exemption over law enforcement proceedings. “The FBI has completed its search for records responsive to your request. The material you requested is located in an investigative file which is exempt from disclosure[.]”

Project Veritas previously published videos of a Pfizer scientist discussing the strength of natural COVID-19 antibodies versus the vaccine with an undercover reporter. Then in October 2021, Project Veritas obtained internal company documents from a whistleblower which showed admissions from Pfizer management that aborted fetal cell lines were used in the company’s vaccine program, but that employees should just stick with Pfizer’s narrative omitting any mention of aborted fetal cell lines.[2]

In February 2022, James O'Keefe was ousted from Project Veritas by board members who are indirectly linked to Pfizer and the Republican Governors Association through their shared interest in promoting Ron DeSantis' and his likely candidacy in the 2024 Republican presidential primaries. Because of this indirect alliance, the possibility that Pfizer was involved in the conspiracy against O'Keefe (in retaliation for the prior exposes) cannot be ruled out.[1][2][3]

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