It’s common knowledge we live in a clown world, and everything is upside-down from reality.

However, this may take the cake.

The Empire State Building, in partnership with iHeartRadio, lit up the New York City skyline in Pfizer’s colors to celebrate the new COVID-19 shots.

“Blue and cyan tonight in partnership with @iheartradio in honor of a new vaccine,” the Empire State Building posted on Saturday.

Q 104.3 noted:

This season’s updated COVID-19 shots are now available for ages 6 months and up, and they’re designed to help protect against recent variants.


That is why today, at 8pm, the Empire State Building turned its iconic building blue to announce that the CDC recommends everyone 6 months of age and older get this season’s updated COVID-19 shot. The blue light symbolizes our gratitude and appreciation for the updated vaccines and all those who made it possible.

COVID-19 isn’t gone, and vaccination remains one of our best tools to help protect against the virus that causes the disease. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about this season’s updated COVID-19 shots. Learn more and schedule at the CDC’s website,

Sponsored by Pfizer.

Absolutely insane!

Many X/Twitter users shared similar sentiment about the nauseating Pfizer advertisement on the iconic building.

It couldn’t be any more obvious that Big Pharma has a death grip on the United States and is a cultish religion.

The Big Pharma giant, with its headquarters in Manhattan, turned one of the nation’s most historic buildings into an altar.

The FDA and CDC, members of the Big Pharma cult, approved the new COVID-19 shots for ages six months and older.

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