During the French Revolution, you were considered suspect – by the revolutionaries – if you wore culottes, the traditional breeches of the aristocratic class. Those who did not wear them were styled sans-cullottes.
Like Dr. Scott Gottlieb, for instance. This white coat was the former commissioner of the FDA, the federal regulatory agency that is supposed to assure that the drugs sold by pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer are . . . what’s the phrase? Yes, that’s it. “Safe and effective.” Gottlieb – who is currently a board member of the very company making the drugs that are neither effective – if the measure is preventing infection and transmission – nor safe, if the measure is free of significant risks – worked very hard to make sure people were not made aware of either fact.
He badgered Twitter to suppress Tweets that might have adversely effected the reputation and profitability of the drug company on whose board he now sits – and collects a fat check for so sitting. His value to Pfizer, no doubt, arising from his status and connections as the former commissioner of the FDA.
When another white coat – Dr. Brett Giroir – posted a Tweet about naturally acquired immunity being superior to the (as it turns out) non-immunity conferred by the drugs pushed by Pfizer (and Moderna and J&J, et al) as “vaccines,” an angry Gottlieb pressured Twitter’s Todd O’Boyle to suppress this truth by labeling it . . . “misinformation.”
This occurred in the fall of 2021 – at the height of the drug-pushing. At the time when the Biden Thing was saying “patience was wearing thin” as regarded the “hesitancy” (as it was styled) of those who were unwilling to be drugged just because Biden – or anyone – said so.
Giroir’s truthful information wasn’t helpful to Pfizer, of course – which is why a Pfizer Illuminatus objected to it being spread. But it could have been extremely helpful to millions of people who were being heavily pressured to take Pfizer’s (and Moderna’s and J&J’s) drugs at the same time they were being misled about the efficacy as well their safety.
He is not an isolated case, either. The entire federal regulatory apparat is termite-riddled with compromised grifters who cash in on their connections to the apparat after having left the apparat. It is routine for a regulatory illuminatus to be chosen from among the ranks of the officers of the very corporations they are then supposedly bound to “regulate.”
It actually works the other way around – as we can see with regard to Gottlieb. As FDA commissioner, he didn’t do anything to prevent Pfizer’s drugs from being pushed by the very government he collected a check from. And then he collected bigger checks from Pfizer – for pushing the drugs made by his employer.
“This is the kind of stuff that’s corrosive,” he lectured O’Boyle. “Here he draws a sweeping conclusion off a single retrospective study in Israel that hasn’t been peer reviewed. But this tweet will end up going viral and driving news coverage.”
Note the irony of the thing. The “vaccines” were pushed based on zero “peer reviewed” studies and not a single “retrospective study.” Just trust the drug pushers. And do not question them.
O’Boyle did his part, too – by neglecting to mention to his higher-ups at Twitter that Gottlieb was currently on Pfizer’s board. Only that he was the former FDA commissioner – thereby lending a false standing to the not-so-good doctor. Who also went after another person who Tweeted “Sticks and stones may break my bones but a viral pathogen with a child mortality rate of ~0% has cost our children nearly three years of schooling.”
This was around the same time that the drug pushers were trying to get the FDA to approve as “safe and effective” drugs for children ages 5-11. Each kid forced to take these drugs being a ka-ching for Pfizer – and thus, for Gottlieb.
You’d think a former head of the FDA might be . . . concerned about such things.
That, of course, assumes a conscience.
The disclosures about Gottlieb – who was FDA commissioner under Trump – ought to concern us. And not just with regard to Gottlieb, but generally. If there is any good to have come out of the past three years it is that now we know.
Because it can no longer b denied – like the pile of dog crap you just stepped on.
These people – all of them – are not to be trusted. Anyone who works for the apparat is part of the apparat. Does one arm of an octopus act at odds with the rest of the octopus?
To expect any Illuminatus of this apparat to act in our best interests is kind of like expecting drugs that don’t prevent infection to prevent the next infection.
Of course, to say so is to risk being accused of spreading “misinformation.”
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