Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has doubled down on his allegations that those who question his company’s vaccines are “criminals,” warning that “they literally cost lives”
In November, Bourla previously stoked controversy by accusing critics of being “criminals” who “peddle in misinformation.”
While discussing experimental Covid vaccines during an interview with Atlantic Council CEO Frederick Kempe, Bourla unloaded on skeptics.
Anyone guilty of spreading so-called “misinformation” should be considered an unlawful member of society, he told Kempe.
He continued by implying, not so subtly, that the dissenters must be dealt with by way of imprisonment, and/or other extrajudicial punishments.
In a new interview with CBC this week, Bourla doubled down on his previous comments.
When he was asked directly about his reasoning for making such an extreme comparison, Bourla could not hold back his contempt, yet again.
“I’ve heard you talk about those who would deliberately peddle in misinformation as criminals,” interviewer Andrew Chang asked.
“Is that something you stand by? is that something you believe in?”
Bourla immediately fired back to affirm his previous statements.
However, he also adds that he believes the crime that free-thinking individuals have committed is equivalent to murder.
“Yes, I do, because they literally cost lives,” Bourla declared.
“They know what they are saying is a lie.”
He continues by calling out one specific case of supposed “misinformation” in which a man used the post-vaccination death of his wife – who he had convinced to take the vaccine – as a warning to others to consider the risks of the shots instead of just blindly taking it because “experts” like Fauci and Bourla told them to.
According to Bourla, the man’s tragic story about his wife should just be forgotten, one life is nothing compared to the unprovable amount of people, which he implies is very high, who died because they didn’t take the vaccine.
“There’s an article – ‘a picture of my wife’ – ‘I forced her to get the vaccine and then because of the vaccine she died’,” Bourla explains as he recalls the story.
“All of that lies, of course,” the CEO alleges.
“And they did it, why?
“Because they wanted to convince people that were on the fence to do the vaccine – ‘don’t do it, look his wife died’ – but forget that, that’s nothing compared to how many people who didn’t do the vaccine and died because of that.”
“So they are criminals,” Bourla concludes.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla about why he calls people who spread vaccine misinformation ‘criminals.’ pic.twitter.com/SdokP8WzRy
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