Pfizer CEO Receives ADL “Courage Against Hate” Award For Vaccine RolloutInfowars.com
November 16th 2022, 10:41 am
So now it's "hate" to speak out against mandatory vaccines and their side effects?
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla received a “Courage Against Hate” award from the ADL for “his work in the public health sector.”
In its press release, the ADL claimed Bourla “led the effort to successfully develop and deploy the COVID-19 vaccine while courageously speaking out against disinformation and hate,” and, apparently to the ADL, so-called “disinformation” is the same as “hate,” regardless of the context.
“It’s clear that disinformation is still wreaking havoc on society today and threatening the principles for which this organization stands,” Dr. Bourla said. “The hatred and ignorance that it creates prevents us from seeing one another as people, as individuals with lives that deserve to be protected.”
If he really believes the latter, then why is it a bad thing to have a public dialog about the side effects of Covid-19 vaccines?
Instead, if you challenge an experimental injection forced on you by multination corporations and the United Nations, you are put into the “hate” camp, even if you bring up valid, scientific criticism that has nothing to do with race, religion, or events of the past.
This response will only make the public ask even more questions about the vaccines.
For one thing, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said it was “appalling” that the CDC approved vaccines for children last month, stating that there’s “no evidence that COVID boosters reduce transmission, hospitalization, or death among children.”
Is that “hate” speech now?
Also, keep in mind that Bourla tested positive for Covid-19 this past summer despite taking four doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Furthermore, the CEO of Moderna, Stéphane Bancel, said Covid is now like a “seasonal flu” and that only those with compromised immune systems should definitely consider an annual booster shot.
“You might want to… but I think it’s going to be similar to flu where it’s going to be people at high-risk, people above 50 years of age, people with comorbidities, people with cancer and other conditions, people with transplants,” he stated.
Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel compares COVID-19 to the seasonal flu and believes young, healthy people should decide for themselves if they want an annual booster. Bancel maintains, that older people 50+, and those in vulnerable categories should definitely consider a booster shot. pic.twitter.com/7QowinbkMq
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