Big Pharma under investigation for COVID-vaccine fraud

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched an investigation into Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson for possible violations of the state's Deceptive Trade Practices Act over alleged COVID vaccine fraud and misrepresentation of efficacy and safety of the vaccines.

‘Before they ride off into the sunset to count their filthy lucre’

Bob Unruh
WND News Center

Pharmaceutical companies that made billions of dollars off of the COVID-19 shots purchased by the U.S. government now are under investigation.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he’s begun looking into claims of alleged COVID vaccine fraud.

Actions by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson will be reviewed for possible violations of the state’s Deceptive Trade Practices Act, according to a new report in Becker News.

New York Post columnist Miranda Devine commented on the “sickening” profits by the “Big Pharma bosses” during the pandemic, when they were “overselling billions of people around the world on the wondrous qualities of their vaccines.”

“Moderna chief executive Stéphane Bancel made nearly $400 million last year on his stock options and still owns a reported $2.8 billion of shares in the company plus his salary and perks. His Pfizer counterpart, Albert Bourla, pocketed a $33 million salary last year, on top of the millions in Pfizer shares he sold,” she reported.

But, she added, “But before they ride off into the sunset to count their filthy lucre, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton plans to investigate whether their companies misrepresented the efficacy and safety of the vaccines and manipulated vaccine trial data.”

She reported Paxton “also wants to know whether the pharmaceutical giants engaged in gain-of-function research and misled the public about it.”

Paxton said in a statement, “The catastrophic effects of the pandemic and subsequent interventions forced on our country and citizens deserve intense scrutiny, and we are pursuing any hint of wrongdoing to the fullest.”

Devine explained, “The Texas investigation could have widespread implications for the legal immunity granted to manufacturers of the COVID-19 vaccines and open the door to class-action lawsuits from people injured by the mRNA jabs, amid reports of rare but serious adverse effects.”

Paxton added, “This pandemic was a deeply challenging time for Americans. If any company illegally took advantage of consumers during this period or compromised people’s safety to increase their profits, they will be held responsible.”

He said the public must know if any of those shot requirements, mandates or any other public health policy was based on “flawed or misleading research.”

He pointed to the obvious “vested interest” the companies had in promoting their own products, which subsequently made them billions of dollars.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis already has called for a grand jury investigation into potential crimes related to the COVID-19 vaccinations.

The dangers, so far, have been documented to include risks of coagulation disorders, acute cardiac injuries, Bell’s palsy, encephalitis, appendicitis, and shingles.

Among the targets of the investigation are documents concerning the companies’ “decision-making behind pandemic interventions forced on the public, especially when a profit motive or political pressure may have compromised Americans’ health and safety.”

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