Although his medical background includes being an American veterinarian, Albert Bourla has found himself as the chairman and chief executive officer for the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. While other experts like Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough have devoted their lives to science, they find themselves de-platformed and censured for going against the COVID-19 agenda. As for Bourla, he continues to promote the drug as just a few days ago, he admitted the chances were high for the FDA to approve the COVID-19 jab for children under 5. And while the science has proven the drug to do little to stop the virus from being contracted or spread, Bourla also surprisingly added to be working with a virus that was developed in a lab.

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In the video, which is featured below, CNBC was discussing the importance of jab and booster shots when Bourla appeared to admit that they have been studying a virus that was created in a lab. This narrative that COVID-19 might have leaked from the Wuhan Lab in China has been severely criticized by the Biden administration, yet Bourla, talking about additional boosters, showed how working with engineered viruses isn’t that uncommon.

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As for the next phase for the COVID-19 jab being approved for children under 5, Bourla noted, “I think the chances are very high for FDA to approve it. I think that they will be pleased with the data and they will approve.”

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