The FDA approved the Pfizer Covid vaccine on Monday, August 23. Did you know that the former FDA commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, is now a board member of Pfizer? And he secured $1.95 billion For COVID Vaccines?
The former Vice President came out in support of the FDA approval.
“If you are one of the millions of Americans who said they will not get the shot until it has full and final approval of the FDA, it has now happened. The moment you’ve been waiting for is here, it’s time for you to go get your vaccination, and get it today. Today,” Biden said, speaking from the White House.
He wants us to run out and get the FDA-approved vaccine when a former FDA commissioner is sitting on the board of that same company?
There is not a conflict of interest there? None?
On July 22, 2020, it was announced that Operation Warp Speed had poured billions of federal funding into the Covid vaccines. Most of those vaccines were using fetal tissue to culture the viruses. Pfizer was allocated another $1.95 billion for 100 million doses of the mRNA-based Covid vaccine.
So, a former commissioner of the FDA, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, sits on the board of Pfizer. A recipient of massive government funds.
Why isn’t anyone asking questions about why the FDA approved Pfizer’s vaccine? QZ has a great graph in their article, which you can see below.
If Gottlieb’s move from the FDA to Pfizer was a one-off people probably wouldn’t question it as much, at least those who know about this rather shady move. But it has been happening for 38 years.
These continuous moves from the FDA to the boards of pharmaceutical companies raises the question of conflicts of interest. It’s like a revolving door from the government to big pharma. Why should we trust them? Why trust them even 1%? The only ones that the government, FDA, and big pharma are concerned with are themselves and lining their pockets. They are not out for the public good.
Despite what the former Vice President says, I don’t trust any of the vaccines, especially not Pfizer. I will not trust a company that continues to pull its board of directors from the government organization that is paying them.
Be sure to check out our article on the FDA approval of Pfizer here.