In front of a small and lifeless crowd, Joe Biden stated, “We Beat Pharma!” —the graph above states otherwise. According to The Defender, Pfizer expects “$32 billion in profits from its COVID-19 shots and another $22 billion from Paxlovid, for a total of $54 billion,” totaling about $98 billion to $102 billion in forecasted sales. These numbers don’t appear to “beat” Pharma—quite the opposite.
Biden falsely claimed, “If you get vaccinated, you won’t get COVID.” This statement alone is a marketing ploy for Pfizer and Pharma. We knew then what we know now: these experimental vaccines will not prevent us from getting COVID. However, Biden and Co. persist today that boosters and annual shots will keep us ‘safe’ from the ‘deadly’ COVID virus.
In July this year, the Kaiser Family Foundation wrote that Pfizer won the pandemic by ‘Reaping Outsize Prnfluence’:
The grinding two-plus years of the pandemic have yielded outsize benefits for one company — Pfizer — making it both highly influential and hugely profitable as covid-19 continues to infect tens of thousands of people and kill hundreds each day.
Its success in developing covid medicines has given the drugmaker unusual weight in determining U.S. health policy.
Based on internal research, the company’s executives have frequently announced the next stage in the fight against the pandemic before government officials have had time to study the issue, annoying many experts in the medical field and leaving some patients unsure whom to trust.
It’s evidently clear that Joe Biden did not beat Pharma. On the contrary, Biden joined Pharma to increase their pockets by encouraging everyone to take experimental and deadly vaccines. When promises were broken, it was because the ‘science changed.’ Unfortunately, the only things that remain unchanged are the lies about vaccine effectiveness coming out of Democrats and RINOS.
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