Something odd happened Thursday. Both Pfizer and Moderna closed comments on their Twitter accounts, allowing only those who they follow or who are mentioned in the Tweets to reply. A quick glance at Pfizer’s most recent post may point to the reason why:
Vaccines are one of modern medicine’s greatest success stories, having eradicated smallpox, nearly eliminated polio, and reduced other diseases to record low numbers of infections. What exactly do they do? https://t.co/HBdu89UQRD pic.twitter.com/FLw20vHvrp
— Pfizer Inc. (@pfizer) January 26, 2023
Many of the top comments that made it through before Pfizer shut them down referenced the bombshell Project Veritas video of an executive claiming “directed evolution” of Covid-19.
— Five Times August (@FiveTimesAugust) January 26, 2023
You were busted planning for gain-of-function new viruses, to juice the vaccine market.
You undermined public trust in vaccines at levels unimaginable a decade ago.@AlbertBourla should step down and you should start over.
Nice ratio, btw. That should tell you a lot. pic.twitter.com/2CBeMzErXU
— IT Guy (@ITGuy1959) January 26, 2023
Go to jail. https://t.co/M8szZQOBVy
— Carson (@_Cars0n_) January 26, 2023
As one might expect, the damning replies received more likes and retweets than the original post.
That would explain Pfizer, but why Moderna? Their most recent post is essentially a job listing but the comments are closed:
At Moderna, we are changing how #medicines are created and delivered –and giving you the opportunity to change more than just your career. Find your new opportunity at Moderna: https://t.co/JMKexufWPF #WeAreHiring pic.twitter.com/xtQYX4pnUL
— Moderna (@moderna_tx) January 26, 2023
It’s time to ramp up the heat on Big Pharma. They’ve done enough damage and made enough profits to last everyone a lifetime.