Pfizer posted a tweet at midnight last night that states, “Vaccines are one of modern medicine’s greatest success stories, having eradicated smallpox, nearly eliminated polio, and reduced other diseases to record low numbers of infections. What exactly do they do?” 

The goal of the post is to put a positive spin on vaccines. To aid in that objective, the post is accompanied by a photo of a cute young African American boy grinning wildly and flexing his bandaged left arm in a show of strength. The picture was intended to convey the message, “I might be small, but I’m strong because I had the guts to take the vaccine shot!” The post has had 1 Million views so far.

What I saw is a little kid who was callously and dangerously injected with a potentially deadly poison for the purpose of tricking other people into injecting themselves with the same poison. The most vivid reaction I had was the thought, “they may have just killed this kid for a photo”.

Maybe it’s a prop band-aid, and the kid didn’t get a shot. That is entirely possible. However, the message they sent is the problem. The message says the kid did get the shot, and the kid has no idea whatsoever how dangerous it is. I feel sorry for the kid, whether he is a child model or a genuine “customer,” because of how he was used for an evil purpose regardless of the consequences for his health or the health of those who see the ad.

The comments are, at least, the ones I saw, 100% against Pfizer. The post somehow racked up 156 likes (out of a million views), maybe from Pfizer’s marketing team, but they sure didn’t get those likes from the people who commented. Here are some samples:

“Murderer” @Arne29061117 (707 likes)

“Go to jail.” (accompanied by Project Veritas video of Jordan Trishton Walker) @_Cars0n_ (4,473 likes)

@pfizer is an evil company. Every Pfizer exec belongs in a prison cell.” @RealHumanPerson (449 likes)

“Trial and public hanging would not be enough.” @Antonia89730114 (501 likes)

“Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go.” @darreljorstad  (1,381 likes)

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“Blood Money” @DegenNeckbeard (514 likes)

“Pitchforks are coming” @K52822530 (346 likes)

“Genocidal Nazis.” @McClamAHam (609 likes)

Your company needs to be investigated, and a ton need to be prosecuted and put in jail. One of the most disgusting companies on the planet. #Pfizer #PfizerExposed” @FreeRebel69

“KILLERS!” @NicoleC77823828

The replies continue like this all the way to the end. One of the more interesting replies was a mockup of a People magazine cover. It features a photo of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the text, “anthony fauci THE MOST PROLIFIC SERIAL KILLER OF ALL TIME. How didn’t we know?”

The creativity of some replies should be lauded, but it is a shame that the impetus is unchecked evil. The people of this country and around the world are expressing their frustration on Twitter. They are frustrated because Pfizer is continuing to cause harm to people on a global scale with no meaningful checks on their operations and no sign of accountability for their misdeeds.

If the replies I’ve quoted, and others like them, are an accurate sample of the people’s mood, Pfizer isn’t going to last long. For them, the best possible scenario at this point is an investigation and jail for everyone connected with the humanitarian disaster known as the “covid-19 vaccines”. Based on existing law, it is possible some of those involved will be executed. This is because murder by poison is always first-degree premeditated murder. That is the best-case scenario.

The worst case is that the people of the world become so frustrated with corrupt law enforcement and the judiciary that they deal with this themselves. The tidal wave of anger started by forcing dangerous injections on people has metastasized into hatred now that it is known Pfizer and others involved were aware of the dangers and pushed it anyway. People can forgive an honest mistake, but this isn’t an honest mistake.

The recent Pfizer post/ad was an honest mistake. They didn’t realize how stupid it is to antagonize your victims after they know what you did last summer. That part of it was an honest mistake. The rest is a perfidious attempt to continue the masquerade, to keep the money rolling in, even if the train carrying that money has to roll over the dead bodies of innumerable vaccine victims.

Last night, I saw the video of Jordan Trishton Walker’s assaulting James O’Keefe and his crew. It was pathetic. Walker reminded me of William H. Macy’s character in Fargo, a craven auto salesman who had indirectly caused the deaths of multiple people to cover up a small-scale fraud he committed. At the end of the movie, he is in a cheap hotel room. The police are coming for him. He tries to escape by wiggling through a tiny bathroom window. The police grab his legs and pull him back. He squeals like a little pig, terrified. That was Walker last night, and I felt sorry for him.

Walker had spilled the beans on what may be the most catastrophic crime against humanity ever committed. He knew it and knew he’d been caught. He didn’t know what to do, so he lashed out and grabbed an iPad, and smashed it into the ground in a futile attempt to destroy what he had said. The world had seen it, and it was too late to put that genie back in the bottle. He squatted on the floor of a pizza restaurant, a broken iPad in his hands, terrified as his awareness of what he had done came crashing down on him. This was not the proud Yale graduate who went on to a successful medical career.

One young woman I spoke with had no sympathy. She reminded me that Walker had taken part in the murder of innumerable hundreds of thousands of people (or more). The replies we’re seeing on Pfizer’s feed are no aberration. They not only reflect the mood of the people, the mood expressed is likely understated.

One way or another, Pfizer will not survive this.

This piece was written by Andrew Paquette on January 27, 2023. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.


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