Albert Bourla, an international drug kingpin who back in 2018 openly fantasized about forcing people to eat "mark of the beast" microchips, tweeted that he "tested positive" for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) but is "thankful to have received four doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine."
"I am feeling well while experiencing very mild symptoms," Bourla claims. "I am isolating and have started a course of Paxlovid."
This writer finds it really hard to believe that Bourla received even one messenger RNA (mRNA) shot from Pfizer, let alone four. Bourla's tweet reads more like an advertisement for Paxlovid, which just so happens to be the latest "remedy" from Pfizer for Chinese Germs.
Now that the market is pretty much saturated with Pfizer's injections – everyone who wanted them or who was forced to take them is already "fully vaccinated" – Bourla has shifted to shilling Paxlovid, which is Pfizer's new "cure" for post-injection immune system degradation.
"We have come so far in our efforts to battle this disease that I am confident I will have a speedy recovery," Bourla wrote in a second tweet reiterating his promotion of Paxlovid.
"I am incredibly grateful for the tireless efforts of my Pfizer colleagues who worked to make vaccines and treatments available for me and people around the world."
An official statement from Pfizer, which includes the same words that Bourla tweeted, explains that Paxlovid is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Even though covid is long over – the only people still getting sick are the fully jabbed because they now have vaccine-induced AIDS (VAIDS) – Pfizer was able to strongarm the FDA into once again granting emergency use authorization (EUA) for an experimental drug with a questionable safety and effectiveness profile.
It turns out that Bourla is just a walking, talking billboard for whatever new pharmaceutical his company is pushing at the moment. And he now appears to be pretending to have Chinese Germs in an attempt to promote the new drug via social media.
The corporate-controlled media is helping out as well by playing the Holocaust card. The Times of Israel, as one example, aims to make Pfizer's new Paxlovid drug more appealing to Jewish people by referring to Bourla as "the son of Holocaust survivors."
The Times also claims, without any evidence whatsoever, that Pfizer's covid jabs are estimated to have "saved" 20 million lives "during the first year they became available."
The fake news media outlet also praised Bourla for receiving the $1 million Genesis Prize at a ceremony in Jerusalem, which Bourla says he plans to donate "towards a planned Holocaust Museum in Thessaloniki, Greece, where he was born."
"The annual prize, awarded since 2014 by the Genesis Philanthropy Group, is given to 'extraordinary individuals for their outstanding professional achievement, contribution to humanity, and commitment to Jewish values,'" the Times further explains.
In the comment section at Revolver, someone wrote that there is no way Bourla actually "took his own poison," and that this is all just shameless marketing for Pfizer.
"This is a twisted marketing campaign leveraging free mass media via the 'news' cycle," this person added about Bourla's painfully obvious little Twitter stunt.
"Bourla is a scourge on humanity," responded another, getting straight to the point.
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