Quebecers come out in droves to protest Legault on the news about Pfizer’s ‘consultants’: Links 2, October 1, 2022

1. Pfizer CEO pulls out of testifying to EU Parliament COVID panel

High-level contacts between Albert Bourla and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen before multibillion-euro vaccine deal are under scrutiny.

Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla has pulled out of an appointment to testify before the European Parliament’s special committee on COVID-19, at which he was expected to face tough questions on how secretive vaccine deals were struck.

The decision follows an audit report into the EU’s vaccine procurement strategy published earlier in the month that raised new questions about contact between Bourla and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen that preceded a multibillion-euro vaccine contract.

The head of the U.S. pharmaceutical giant, the largest supplier of COVID-19 vaccines to the EU, was scheduled to appear before the panel on October 10. The committee is meeting with key officials involved in the EU’s vaccine procurement process to draw lessons on how to respond to future pandemics. Other pharmaceutical executives have addressed the committee, including the CEO of Moderna and senior officials from AstraZeneca and Sanofi.

2. Dr. Paul Alexander: Dr. Gavin Newsom, sheepishly signs Bill 2098 into law, now going after doctors in California who he claims, spread disinformation about COVID-19; THIS GUY is a weasel, pusillanimous

3. Yuge Win for Trump, Conservatives: Federal Judge Rules Big Tech Has No “Freewheeling Right to Censor”

Fifth Circuit Federal Judge Andrew S. Oldham reversed course for courts and the government when he ruled on Friday that America’s social media platforms, platforms such as Twitter and Facebook (Meta), do not have a “freewheeling First Amendment right” to censor people on their platforms.

Specifically, Judge Oldham ruled against a lawsuit challenging HB 20. HB 2o was a bill pushed by Texas Governor Gregg Abbott which prohibits those social media platforms that have over 50 million monthly users from censoring people’s speech based on their political viewpoints. The text of HB 20 provides that:

The legislature finds that:

(1) each person in this state has a fundamental interest in the free exchange of ideas and information, including the freedom of others to share and receive ideas and information;

(2) this state has a fundamental interest in protecting the free exchange of ideas and information in this state;

4. Another 100 doctors have asked to end the vaccine roll out now that no one is taking it anymore, and millions and millions of people have 2 or more shots already.

5. Quebecers are responding appropriately to the news that the Legault government set its policy by paying Pfizer and the Gates Foundation (ModeRNA) to tell them what to do.

The Freedom Orchestra is in Montreal!

CTV does its usual lie of omission in this article. I wonder if they wonder why people want the media defunded.

They don’t seem to even mention the news about why people are protesting like this. Which would be the CBC story posted earlier.

Thank you all for paying attention to these issues. When the media appears to be coming around to the truth, we know its because they are trying to hide a bigger lie, or to redirect our attention to the next Line Of Effort. Probably climate related. But we know it is not because the media suddenly wishes us to be properly informed, in order to make better decisions for ourselves, or vote on reality based information. So something stinks about this story, even though the core is likely correct. The Legault government may have taken its queues from Pfizer. But is that to detract from Trudeau’s totalitarian handling of things? IS Trudeau throwing Legault under the bus? That would be just like him to do so.

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One Reply to “Quebecers come out in droves to protest Legault on the news about Pfizer’s ‘consultants’: Links 2, October 1, 2022”

  1. QUEBEC: The elections are tomorrow and the incumbent Premier will win and is headed for a majority.

    He focused his attacks on the two youngest and most inexperienced party leaders who were last in voter intentions. In the electoral news cycle, it was a constant back-and-forth between the three parties with the result that the party leader with the most promise, the Conservative Party of Quebec, was mostly neglected.

    After the first debate, the Conservatives were Premier Legault’s main opposition. And now, they are last in voter intentions. The Premier’s strategy worked!

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