Meds and health Chief of EU, was lobbyist for big pharma

Please read the details over at RAIR Foundation

Blood clots are reportedly a “rare” side effect of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, occurring in mainly younger women under 60. The head of the preeminent medical institution in the European Union Emer Cooke attempted to downplay the side effect, which has a “high death rate” by saying that the benefits outweigh the risks.

But as revealed in a video translated exclusively for RAIR Foundation USA, MP Gerald Hauser of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) exposed Cooke for her longtime ties as a lobbyist with the Pharmaceutical industry. He said the connection leads to “Outright insider deals, outright nepotism, bribery…”

Below, a video of the top medical bureaucrat from the European Union, European Medicines agency, assures us that the AstraZeneca injection for the mitigation of Covid 19 is safe, and that the blood clotting disorder which has been confirmed to kill some recipients of the injection, are so rare as to be negligible. (Which is true, but it still killed people) This video was published on April 7, 2021.

A look into her background as was discussed at the Austrian legislature:

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