The Wall Street Journal Covers The “Deceptive Bivalent Covid Boosters” Subject

The Wall Street Journal Covers The “Deceptive Bivalent Covid Boosters” Subject
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It seems that the mainstream media is addressing the covid vaccine issue after all. Here’s what The Wall Street Journal ahs to say about all this. Check out the latest reports below.

Here’s an interesting quote from the official article:

“Studies show they fail to live up to their promise, but vaccine makers and experts keep pushing them while the virus is mutating faster than the vaccines can keep up with”

How Twitter was pressed to suppress and censor data on mRNA vaccines 

Alex Berenson dropped records from the Twitter Files not too long ago, stating that a board member for Pfizer pressured Twitter to suppress and censor any posts questioning the efficacy of the company’s mRNA vaccine.

On August 27, 2021, Pfizer Board Member Dr. Scott Gottlieb emailed Todd O’Boyle, a Senior Manager of Public Policy at Twitter’s Washington, DC location, according to LinkedIn, and also Twitter’s point of contact with the White House, Berenson reported. Check out our previous article to learn more. 

CDC and FDA about covid vaccines efficiency and evaluation 

Here’s the relevant tweet below:

You can check out the data that we are addressing in the original papers here. 

 

The Twitter files are vital because they reveal Pfizer censored and inhibited the dissemination of well-established science, such as natural immunity, in coordination with Twitter. The goal was to psychologically manipulate parents with disinformation to push mass child vaccination.
Big Tech conspired with Big Pharma to feed the public disinformation. This is a violation of the Nuremberg Code – crimes against humanity.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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