You Can Count Big Pharma Among Your Greatest Societal Concerns

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The disturbing nature of the pandemic didn’t rest with the virus that the lockdowns and authoritarianism were based on. For all intents and purposes, the virus wasn’t nearly the greatest threat we’ve ever faced and the survival rate of the virus for everyone but those at risk made the virus almost shrug-worthy for most of the country.

No, the real concern was just how hard those authoritarians pushed for various fixes and cures, namely the vaccine. The government, media, and big pharma willingly lied to the people about how much of a miracle it was. They originally told us it would stop the virus cold. This narrative devolved as the public found out that the vaccines were ineffective in every way.

But soon it became more and more clear that the vaccines were even harming people. Yet, this didn’t stop everyone from Washington to ABC to Twitter from reinforcing the idea that these vaccines were necessary for our society to survive. Even now, the left still pushes these vaccines as a necessary inclusion for a healthy and stable life.

We recently learned through the “Twitter Files” that social media companies like Twitter were in direct contact with big pharma leaders. As RedState reported, a Pfizer board member was in contact with Twitter and pointing out people and tweets to censor:

Dr. Scott Gottleib, who is on the board for the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, is a former FDA commissioner, and he used his influence to get Twitter to silence dissent against his company’s COVID-19 vaccine.

Among other deeply problematic files, Berenson revealed that, in an August 2021 email, Gottlieb flagged a tweet written by former Trump administration official Dr. Brett Giroir. The email was sent to Twitter’s senior public policy manager Todd O’Boyle. Giroir’s tweet said “It’s now clear #COVID19 natural immunity is superior to #vaccine immunity, by ALOT. There’s no scientific justification for #vax proof if a person had prior infection.”

Gottlieb also went after a Twitter account that was trying to mock the idea of giving the vaccine to children just before Pfizer was to release a vaccine for children.

And the quest to rope your children into the big pharma game continues apace. On Monday, Americans reacted largely negatively to a report from CBS News that bore the headline “‘Consider drugs and surgery early for obesity in kids, new guidelines say: ‘Waiting doesn’t work.'”

Within the article, readers are encouraged to put their children on weight loss medications immediately, and without delay. The report came with all the scare tactics for parents one could ask for:

Children struggling with obesity should be evaluated and treated early and aggressively, including with medications for kids as young as 12 and surgery for those as young as 13, according to new guidelines released Monday.

The longstanding practice of “watchful waiting,” or delaying treatment to see whether children and teens outgrow or overcome obesity on their own only worsens the problem that affects more than 14.4 million young people in the U.S., researchers say. Left untreated, obesity can lead to lifelong health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes and depression.

You don’t have to dig too deeply into the article to find out which drugs ABC News is trying to push. They provide a link to yet another article pushing the drugs Wegovy and Ozempic, which are both made by a singular company called Novo Nordisk:

Among the medications discussed in the report are Wegovy and Ozempic. The drugs are both made by the pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk and contain the active ingredient semaglutide. Other than their recommended dosage levels, the medications are the same. However, Novo Nordisk applied for approval for them from the Food and Drug Administration under different brand names to treat different conditions. Ozempic was first approved by the FDA as a type 2 diabetes medication in 2017. Wegovy was approved by the FDA as a chronic weight management treatment in 2021.

As you can see here, the legacy media is effectively helping sell a product from big pharma. What you just saw above was an ad dressed as a report. These are far more common than one might think. In fact, they’re so common that they practically fueled an unconstitutional attempt to force vaccines on people.

Big pharma isn’t out to help you. They, like the media, aren’t really a service. They aren’t your friend. They will push medicines and concoctions on you to make money. They are, at their very core, a corporation concerned with how fat their bank account is. They will lie, manipulate, and even silence dissenters to make a buck.

Be very, very wary of big pharma.


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