Janine Small, President of International Developed Markets at Pfizer Testifies at EU Hearing on Covid 19

By Robert Turner, Founding Editor

In a startling disclosure at the EU COVI Hearings in Brussels on the 10th of October 2022, Janine Small admitted in response to a question posed by Dutch MEP Robert Roos that the Pfizer mRNA vaccine was never tested or shown before its release, to impact the transmission of the SARS-NCOV2 virus. In other words, whether the vaccine did, prevent transmission of Covid from one person to another. You can follow the entire hearing via the EU Media Center.

In response to the MEP’s question, if the Pfizer mRNA vaccine had ever been tested before its release to the general public on its ability to prevent Covid transmission, Ms. Small responded by admitting it hadn’t. If the comment is accurate, we must determine how this disclosure impacts trust in scientific exchange and public health.

“Regarding the question around did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market…No., We have to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market.”

Small then continued to justify her answer and you can watch her full response above by forwarding the video to the timestamp of 15.31.

Roos then immediately took to social media at the conclusion of the hearing, questioning on what basis governments within the EU had justified Covid vaccine passports if the vaccine was unable to affect the transmissibility of the virus. The main reason that people were vaccinating to protect each other was based on a fiction.

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