The People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier questioned what’s in Trudeau’s COVID vaccine contracts with Big Pharma after an MP required NDAs to view them.
Following a Bloq-led motion to have a committee study the contracts Trudeau signed with Pfizer, Liberal MP Anthony Housefather proposed an amendment.
Housefather proposed that all committee members first sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs). The amendment was put to a vote and passed, 6-4, with all Liberal and New Democrat Party MPs voting in favour.
“What is in these contracts that the Liberals are trying to hide from public scrutiny?” Bernier said in an email.
“Is it details on the vaccine?”
“Or maybe it’s about the absurd costs we paid for these experimental vaccines: almost $30 per dose according to the Auditor General, compared to $14.50 per dose for the same vaccines in Europe,” he said.
Bernier further questioned if Trudeau wants to hide what he knew about the potential for vaccine injuries. He also called out provincial and federal governments for coercing the vaccine on citizens while fear mongering about COVID, especially given how insignificant it was to most of the population.
“They blatantly lied about [the vaccine’s] efficacy and safety, coerced everyone to take it, and demonized and persecuted dissidents.”
While arguing on behalf of the NDA, Housefather said companies couldn’t be held liable because they were pressured to “do [safety] testing in an unprecedented way, in a way that they normally don’t do it.”
“So these companies were exposed to way higher liability putting their products on market than they normally would because they didn’t do the type of testing that normally takes these drugs years to come to market, they did it all in less than a year,” Housefather said.
“So that’s why these companies said ‘If I’m going to deliver you these products that I haven’t tested in my normal way, I want to have different conditions’,” he added.
As of January, over 10,000 Canadians have suffered what Health Canada determined was a serious vaccine injury.