Jordan Schactel has presented Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla’s statement to media yesterday, which is otherwise behind a paywall.
The statement is critically important for the Supreme Court mandate cases, because both the OSHA case and healthcare worker case require only the first two vaccinations (“fully vaccinated”). Veterinarian Bourla admits these 2 doses provide “very limited protection, if any.” Even a third dose, he implicitly acknowledges, does not prevent infection and transmission.
Given that the CEO of the manufacturer of the most-administered COVID vaccines in the US admits his vaccine does not prevent spread, it is hard to see how the Supreme Court could uphold the mandates. It is hard to see how any mandates could stand up.
Bourla knows what he is doing, which is presumably to help sell his newer products, or to get ahead of other bad news–such as, perhaps, negative vaccine efficacy.
This should have been front page news yesterday, but instead it is hard to find. Wondering why.
UPDATE: Alex Berenson goes into this more deeply, thinking some similar thoughts as I. His report ends:
So the prudent move for Albert Bourla, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, PhD., is to begin to tamp expectations for vaccines, slow-walk more boosters, and hope that Omicron does his job for him. His biggest problem is probably that the public health authorities are a lot stupider than he is and continue to push boosters.
I’d love to know what Pfizer is telling them privately. I’m gonna guess it’s not in email, though.