Dr Scott Gottlieb, a Pfizer board member, pressed Twitter to hide posts challenging his company’s massively profitable COVID jabs.
Gottlieb funnelled his demands using the same Twitter lobbyist the White House did – fresh evidence of overlap between Pfizer selling mRNA shots and the government forcing them on the public.
Gottlieb, a Pfizer director, on August 27, 2021, noticed a tweet that pushed against his narrative (that of making a profit). Claiming this tweet could hurt the sales of Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines.
The tweet correctly explained that natural immunity was superior to vaccine immunity.
This tweet came from Dr Brett Giroir, a physician who had briefly followed Gottlieb as the head of the Food & Drug Administration.
This suggestion could raise questions about the shots.
Stepping in, Gottlieb emailed Todd O’Boyle, a top lobbyist in Twitter’s Washington office and Twitter’s point of contact with The White House.
Gottlieb wrote, “The Post was ‘corrosive.'” and continued to cite, “…this tweet will end up going viral and driving news coverage.” It was clear Gottlieb did not want this out.
It’s now clear #COVID19 natural immunity is superior to #vaccine immunity, by ALOT. There’s no science justification for #vax proof if a person had prior infection. @CDCDirector @POTUS must follow the science. If no previous infection? Get vaccinated! https://t.co/jFc0yHpF2f
— Brett Giroir (@DrGiroir) August 28, 2021
Since the release of the Twitter Files, it is clear Elon will not leave one stone unturned. Since Elon gained Twitter, he has continued to release internal communication between the leading authorities and Twitter.
A recent Substack article written by Alex Berenson goes into more detail on this topic. He found the email in a search for records he ran on Twitter last week.
O’Boyle forwarded the email to Twitter’s “Strategic Response” team, failing to mention that Gottlieb was a Pfizer board member with financial interests in pushing the mRNA shots.
A week later, Gottlieb struck again, complaining to O’boyle about a tweet from Justin Hart, who had a Twitter following of over 100,000.
The tweet read. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but a viral pathogen with a child mortality rate of <>0% has cost our children nearly three years of schooling,”.
Sticks and stones may break my bones but a viral pathogen with a child mortality rate of ~0% has cost our children nearly three years of schooling. 😡
— Justin Hart (@justin_hart) September 4, 2021
This time, though, Gottlieb’s complaint fell on deaf ears.
At the same time, Gottlieb was pressing Twitter to act against Berenson, who disclosed on Substack on October 13, 2022, drawing on documents that Twitter’s pre-Musk regime provided him with as part of a lawsuit against Twitter.
In an interview with CNBC, Gottlieb did not deny pressing Twitter on Berenson.
“I’ve raised concerns about social media and the threats that are being made on these platforms,” says @ScottGottliebMD on Alex Berenson being kicked off Twitter. “I’m unconcerned about debate being made. I’m concerned about physical threats being made for people’s safety.” pic.twitter.com/hxpALiT6dZ
— Squawk Box (@SquawkCNBC) October 14, 2022
As it turns out, Gottlieb is not just a Pfizer board member.
He is one of seven members of the board’s executive committee and the head of its regulatory and compliance committee, which oversees “compliance with laws, regulations, and internal procedures applicable to pharmaceutical sales and marketing activities.”
Pfizer has a long history of violating drug industry laws and ethics rules. In 2009, it agreed to pay $2.3 billion, the largest healthcare fraud settlement in American history, for fraudulently marketing several drugs.
In 1996, it conducted a clinical trial of an antibiotic in Nigeria in which 11 children died and which became the inspiration for John le Carre’s novel, The Constant Gardner.
How will Pfizer react to the black-and-white proof from Twitter’s records that one of its most influential board members secretly tried to suppress debate on the mRNA jabs that have been by far its best-selling product since 2020?