The lies that corrupt pharmaceutical companies used to push the Covid vaccine continue to pile up.  Not only has it become clear that companies lied to us about the effectiveness of the vaccine, but a new shocking report by Alex Berenson, formerly of the New York Times, finds that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer lied about the number of deaths in their Covid vaccine trials.  Alex Berenson Reported

“At a time when questions about vaccine effectiveness were rising, the report received worldwide attention. Pfizer said the vaccine’s efficacy remained relatively strong, at 84 percent after six months.”

“It also reported 15 of the roughly 22,000 people who received the vaccine in the trial had died, compared to 14 of the 22,000 people who received placebo (a saline shot that didn’t contain the vaccine).”

Six other people died of illnesses unrelated to Covid, bringing the total to 21.  However, Berenson further reports

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“From Dose 1 through the March 13, 2021 data cutoff date, there were a total of 38 deaths, 21 in the COMIRNATY [vaccine] group and 17 in the placebo group.

Pfizer said publicly in July it had found 15 deaths among vaccine recipients by mid-March. But it told the FDA there were 21 – at the same data cutoff end date, March 13.

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21.

Not 15.”

Pfizer has a history of dishonesty and fraudulent marketing practices.  In 2009, the Department of Justice settled the largest healthcare fraud case in history with Pfizer that resulted in $2.3 Billion in payouts.  The Department of Justice found

“Pharmacia & Upjohn Company has agreed to plead guilty to a felony violation of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act for misbranding Bextra with the intent to defraud or mislead. Bextra is an anti-inflammatory drug that Pfizer pulled from the market in 2005. ”

“Pfizer promoted the sale of Bextra for several uses and dosages that the FDA specifically declined to approve due to safety concerns.”

 

 

 

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