01/16/2023 / By Ethan Huff
Former U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who later became a member of the board at Pfizer – there is that revolving door again – bullied Twitter into censoring New York Times reporter and author Alex Berenson for questioning the safety and effectiveness of covid mRNA (messenger RNA) “vaccines.”
This is one of the latest revelations to emerge from the so-called “Twitter Files,” an ongoing trove of truth bombshells that is quickly unraveling the covid scamdemic piece by piece. In essence, we now know that government-industry insiders pressured social media platforms like Twitter to censor and ban accounts that in any way defied the official covid story – Berenson’s being one of them.
It was none other than Berenson himself who tweeted on January 9 that Gottlieb used the exact same Twitter lobbyist that the White House did “to suppress debate on Covid vaccines.” Berenson went on in the same tweet to thank billionaire electric vehicle (EV) guru Elon Musk, Twitter’s new owner, “for opening these files.”
(Related: Covid was never about public health – it was all about propping up the corrupt financial system for just a little bit longer.)
“In August 2021,” Berenson added in another tweet, “Gottlieb told Todd O’Boyle – a senior manager in Twitter’s public policy department – that a tweet from Dr. Brett Giroir claiming CORRECTLY that natural immunity was superior to vaccine immunity was ‘corrosive’ and might ‘go viral.'”
That tweet was given a “misleading” tag to prevent it from being shared, after which Gottlieb shifted his sights to a tweet from Justin Hart explaining that children almost never contract covid. That tweet was likewise slapped with a “misleading” label to stifle its visibility.
All of this was happening around the time when Pfizer was desperately seeking authorization and approval for children to get jabbed with its covid injections. Gottlieb’s interference helped Pfizer to get that much needed authorization-approval, adding billions of dollars more to its profit streams.
This past October, Gottlieb tried to play coverup by claiming on Twitter and on the financial fake news empire CNBC that he was never trying to suppress debate on mRNA injections. He just so happens to sit on the board of a company, Pfizer, that made $70 billion in profits on these shots.
It is just a coincidence, Gottlieb wants us to believe, that he was actively working to suppress the spread of information that might hurt his company’s jab sales. Gottlieb was just trying to protect “public health,” he expects us all to now believe, and never had any vested interest in suppressing the truth.
Gottlieb received $365,000 from Pfizer in 2021 for his work in suppressing free speech on Twitter – but this is not why he did it, Gottlieb now claims. No, Gottlieb is just a do-gooder who values human health and hates “misinformation,” he now expects us all to believe.
“So many people need to swing for all the lies,” wrote a commenter about these latest Twitter Files revelations.
“Meanwhile, Moderna joins Pfizer in raising the price of the death jab to $130 per dose,” added another. “They couldn’t pay me enough to get these pointless shots.”
“Pfizer is the most disgusting and untrusted of all the drug companies, not that Moderna or J&J give a hoot either,” wrote someone else. “They will poison the American people for a buck. They have their dirty hands in everything.”
“Justice has some billionaires getting fair trials and then fair hangings,” suggested another.
You will find the latest Twitter Files drops at Censorship.news.
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