from Ross Muir

Multiple organizations that pushed for covid-19 ‘vaccine’ mandates received funding from Pfizer, according to financial disclosures.

The Chicago Urban League President Karen Freeman-Wilson said in August 2021 that the benefits of mandates “far outweighs” concerns about them. She did not mention that her organization was on the receiving end of a $100,000 grant for a “vaccine safety and effectiveness campaign,” according to a Pfizer disclosure.

That same month, the National Consumers League said it supported mandates imposed by governments and employers. The league received $75,000 from Pfizer in the third quarter of 2021 for “vaccine policy efforts.”

The American Academy of Pediatrics drew more than $250,000 from Pfizer in 2021. The group claimed mandates would curb covid-19 transmission and cases.

The American Pharmacists Association, American College of Preventive Medicine, Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, American Society for Clinical Pathology, and the American College of Emergency Physicians also received grants from Pfizer before signing a letter that urged the Biden administration to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandates on private employers with 100 or more workers.

The American Academy of Family Physicians called for health care worker mandates, Pfizer granted it $249,000 for a “collaborative consumer vaccine awareness and educational campaign.”

The American Osteopathic Association received $150,000 for “primary care physicians addressing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy” in late 2021, after signing on to the call for health care worker vaccination requirements.

The National Hispanic Medical Association received $30,000 in 2021 from the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, which lobbies for vaccine makers like Pfizer, according to an IRS filing. The organization signed onto a joint statement calling for COVID-19 vaccine requirements for health care personnel.

Pfizer also gave grants to institutions that imposed their own covid-19 vaccine mandates. New York University, for instance, received $20,000 from Pfizer for “countering misinformation about the covid-19 vaccine” before the school required vaccination for students and staff members. The Mayo Clinic also imposed a mandate after receiving more than $200,000 from Pfizer.

The Alliance for Aging Research, which received $150,000 for covid-19 vaccine campaigns, said that the messenger RNA injected into the body with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines “only survives for a few hours in the body,” which is not true.

The 100 Black Men of America group, which received $100,000 for “vaccine engagement,” said that people who received the vaccines “will not need boosters,” just months before U.S. officials authorized boosters because of waning effectiveness.

And the National Hispanic Council on Aging, which received $100,000 for the “Let’s Get Vaccinated Policy and Awareness Campaign,” said that “by getting the covid-19 vaccine, you protect your health and the health of your loved ones,” even though the vaccines don’t prevent transmission.

The above are just the ones looked at in the USA. The same occurred around the world. Many senior government officials in many countries also received “gifts” for pushing this debilitating – or even lethal – ‘vaccine’ from Pfizer in NZ also.