The coronavirus narrative burst when people started realizing that the vaccine wasn't doing what it was promised to do: stop people from contracting and spreading the virus. In fact, there have been multiple political figures and celebrities who have contracted Covid (more than once in some cases) even though they were vocal about getting vaccinated and boosted. Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro was originally one of the people who pushed others to get vaccinated, claiming that it was going to stop you from getting yourself and others sick. However, he changed his tune recently, and he has shared a clip of a Pfizer executive admitting that they never actually tested if the vaccine would stop the transmission of the virus.
Pfizer Executive Admits They Never Tested Covid Vaccine To See If It Prevents Transmission of the Virus
In a recent episode of Ben Shapiro's podcast, he pointed to Pfizer's President of International Developed Markets, Janine Small, who was questioned in front of the European Union Parliament about whether the company tested the mRNA's efficacy at stopping transmission of coronavirus. Shapiro calls this an "astonishing acknowledgment."
"Was the Pfizer Covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market?" a member of Parliament asked her. "If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? And I really want a straight answer. I'm looking forward to it."
"Regarding the question around whether we knew about stopping immunization before it entered the market, no," Small said and then laughed. "You know, we had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market."
That is essentially an admission that the company lied to the American people and promised the efficacy of the vaccine, when in reality they had no idea whether it would actually stop the transmission of the virus. This is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to being lied to and gaslit by Big Pharma. We were told the vaccine is perfectly safe, and yet nearly half of the pregnant women who took the Pfizer vaccine experienced a miscarriage. There have been multiple mysterious deaths of otherwise healthy people, months after they took the vaccine. And we know now that many women's menstrual cycles have been altered and negatively affected after getting the shot.
It's strange that Shapiro is sharing this piece of information so enthusiastically, though, considering he was extremely pro-vaccine for the better part of the last two years. In December 2020, he tweeted that the vaccine is "95% effective in preventing you from getting the virus, and also mitigates the severity of the disease." He added, "In other words, get the vaccine, dopes."
Well, better late than never? At least Shapiro has come around to realize that we were lied to in significant ways.