On November 9, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla claimed that all those who spread “misinformation” regarding vaccine efficacy or potential side effects are literal criminals responsible for the deaths of millions.
This statement comes the same day that the Pfizer vaccine booster shot — and only the Pfizer vaccine booster shot — was approved for all Canadians aged 18 or older.
The booster is, of course, recommended because of the waning if not questionable efficacy of COVID vaccines over longer periods, which has led manufacturers to claim that people will need boosters by Christmas.
Nonetheless, Bourla claims any who bring up counter-arguments that may hinder the proliferation and profits of his product are responsible for what would amount to genocide — though he does not use the term specifically.
“Those people are criminals,” Bourla told Atlantic Council CEO Frederick Kempe. “They’re not bad people. They’re criminals because they have literally cost millions of lives.”
Bourla further claims that the only reason things haven’t gotten back to normal in countries around the world is because of the minority of people who remain unvaccinated due to their skepticism and hesitancy. Thus, he effectively hurdles all the blame for lockdowns and Orwellian health measures onto the backs of those refusing to take his product.
“The only thing that stands between the new way of life and the current way of life is, frankly, hesitancy to vaccinations,” Bourla said, suggesting he expects a new normal rather than the old normal should pandemic measures ever be lifted.