Pfizer refused to supply South America with covid vaccines until governments removed all liability for injuries, deaths

As a condition of supplying Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) jabs to Columbia, Big Pharma giants Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca reportedly struck a secret immunity deal with the nation’s government, which agreed to indemnify the multinational corporations from liability for injuries and deaths caused by the injections.

Columbian officials “accidentally” published contracts from Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca showing that the 25 million doses of Fauci Flu shots that were recently shipped to the country would not have come were it not for the pharma giants first being awarded total immunity.

While attempting to send the confidential information to a regional court following a tutelage filing, Columbia’s Council of State, which is considered the supreme judicial authority in the country, mistakenly disclosed the contracts signed between the Columbian government and the pharmaceutical behemoths.

The alleged mistake was quickly discovered by the government and the documents were removed, but not before the Columbian nonprofit “Anticorruption Institute” accessed and copied it, later leaking it in order “to defend transparency and in a bid to safeguard the fundamental right of access to public information.”

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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