Texas has filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, alleging they falsely advertised the efficacy of their leaky mRNA vaccines — and conspired to censor critics.
Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the lawsuit on November 30.
“We are pursuing justice for the people of Texas, many of whom were coerced by tyrannical vaccine mandates to take a defective product sold by lies,” Paxton said, adding, “The facts are clear. Pfizer did not tell the truth about their COVID-19 vaccines.”
The lawsuit alleges that Pfizer manipulated trial data, particularly in emphasizing the relative risk reduction number and relying on just two months of clinical trial data.
“While Pfizer’s 95% figure made its vaccines seem highly effective, the truth was quite different,” it reads.
Shady “relative risk reduction” model
The suit claims an alternative efficacy estimate, based on absolute risk reduction rather than the “misleading” relative risk reduction, indicated that Pfizer’s vaccine was only 0.85% effective.
It further accuses Pfizer of misleading the public by excluding COVID-19 cases in the vaccinated if they occurred before seven days had elapsed following a second dose.
Actively tried to censor critics
The suit further claims that Pfizer labeled those who spread critical facts about the vaccine as “criminals.”
“It accused them of spreading ‘misinformation’. And it coerced social media platforms to silence prominent truth-tellers. Indeed, Pfizer even went so far as to request that social media platforms silence a former FDA director because his comments could ‘driv[e] news coverage’ critical of the vaccine,” it states.
The filing also accuses Pfizer CEO Dr. Albert Bourla of making misleading statements about the vaccine’s efficacy.
The suit seeks to enjoin Pfizer from violating the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, demands over $10 million for violations, and asserts that fines and penalties against Pfizer are not dischargeable in bankruptcy.
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