Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Refuses to Answer Even One of 29 Vaccine Questions Posed on Streets of Davos

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla in Davos (Credit: Rebel News/Twitter)
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It’s hardly surprising that Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla is at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week, rubbing elbows with other elite power players, politicians, and people who want to fundamentally change the world. Bourla, whose pharmaceutical company made billions of bucks off mRNA COVID vaccines despite the fact that they’re not effective at stopping infection or transmission of COVID, and have even been tied to myocarditis issues, probably didn’t expect to have to answer any actual questions from any actual journalists.


After all, when was the last time you saw the corporate media ask him anything of substance?

But he didn’t count on Rebel News, and reporters Ezra Levant and Avi Yemini, finding him walking the streets in Davos. Levant writes [emphasis original]:

I walked right up to him and started asking him the questions that millions of people have surely been wondering for years. And a moment later, Avi joined in, making it a sort of walking press conference. And Bourla couldn’t answer a single question.


Here’s a sample of the one-sided conversation:

LEVANT: Mr. Bourla, can I ask you, when did you know that the vaccines didn’t stop transmission? How long did you know that without saying it publicly? 

BOURLA: Thank you very much. 

LEVANT: Why won’t you answer that question? I mean we now know that the vaccines didn’t stop transmission, but why did you keep it secret? [Pause; Bourla is non-responsive.] You said it was 100 percent effective, then 90 percent, then 80 percent, then 70 percent, but we now know that the vaccines do not stop transmission. Why did you keep that secret? 

BOURLA: Have a nice day. 

LEVANT: I won’t have a nice day until I know the answer. 


I usually am not a fan of journalists shouting questions at unwilling politicians outside of Congress and such, because the person is unlikely to answer and it’s simply unbecoming to be yelling at people just walking to their office. But Levan and Ali are not screaming, they’re not threatening; they’re calmly posing Bourla the questions we all want to ask—and he refuses to answer a single one of them.

Although Bourla was double-vaxxed and double-boosted in the fall of 2022, he nevertheless tested positive for the China-born virus in August—and then got it again in September. That certainly doesn’t look good for his main product, the mRNA vax, but it’s also bad news for Pfizer’s other offering, the anti-viral drug Paxlovid. Used to treat symptoms of the virus, Paxlovid has been linked to “rebound COVID,” which President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, former White House chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and others all experienced.


Wall Street estimates that Pfizer will pull in $99.5 to $102 billion in revenue in 2022. And yet, he couldn’t answer a single question about the efficacy and safety of his products? Levant continues:

Between Avi and I, we asked 29 questions. Everything we have been wanting to ask the Pfizer CEO for three years — from how much he has personally profited from the pandemic, to how much he has paid others to promote his vaccines, to important questions about when he knew his vaccines didn’t actually stop transmission, and why he kept it a secret.

Millions of people around the world were forced to take Pfizer’s ineffective vaccines due to government and business mandates, and an untold number experienced vaccine injuries. It’s shameful that Bourla refuses to answer for anything, and it’s equally shameful that despite there being an army of “accredited” journalists at Davos, not a single one will ask Bourla these questions.

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