Klaus Schwab and Head of Pfizer Launch Attack on ‘Conspiracy People’ at Davos
'I think we were were both targets'
As Klaus Schwab and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla sat down to discuss their globalist plans, they launched an attack on those they describe as "conspiracy people."
Bourla told Schwab that his company has ensured governments in Europe and the U.S. will continue to protect pharmaceutical companies against lawsuits.
“With any other medicine, for example, we don’t ask anyone to do anything with liabilities,” Bourla said.
"We knew that there is a very fanatic group of anti-vaxxers that would go after us no matter what," he said.
NEW - Klaus Schwab to Pfizer's CEO Bourla: "We were both targets of the anti-vaccine movements and conspiracy people."pic.twitter.com/FT6xGVSCgD— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) May 25, 2022
“They will claim that the sun didn’t go up because people were vaccinated and that created issues with the crop, ‘So, I’m suing you.’”
“And one thing it is to sue you in the US another thing is to sue you in a country where the legal system is not up to the standards or Switzerland," he added.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explains Pfizer's new tech to Davos crowd: "ingestible pills" - a pill with a tiny chip that send a wireless signal to relevant authorities when the pharmaceutical has been digested. "Imagine the compliance," he says pic.twitter.com/uYapKJGDJx— Jeremy Loffredo (@loffredojeremy) May 20, 2022
"So, I think that’s behind us. Everything went okay and I think we can move on,” the Pfizer CEO proclaimed.
Schwab chimed in declaring:
“I think we were — we were both targets of the anti-vaccine movements and conspiracy people claiming that I had triple — I wondered what it is — triple Covid.”
“I think you got hundreds of thousands of clicks and so on,” Schwab added, to which Bourla sarcastically replied, “I read one day I was arrested by FBI.”
“Same happened to me,” Schwab said.
The Pfizer head continued:
“And there are pictures of me in the FBI offices — I don’t know how,” adding “The surprising thing it is that the same publication — had published the previous one that was arrested was the pope by FBI,” Bourla continued. “Ridiculous.”
“So we are in good company,” Schwab cackled.
The term "conspiracy people," is used against those who dare to criticize globalism.
The fact they act surprised at this betrays just how demented they really are.