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Pfizer Gets Jabbed In Court

Kansas has filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, claiming that the pharmaceutical company “misled the public that it had a ‘safe and effective’ COVID-19 vaccine.” The lawsuit further says that Pfizer “said its COVID-19 vaccine would prevent transmission of COVID-19 even though it knew it never studied the effect of its vaccine on transmission of COVID-19.”

This is unequivocallly true and painfully apparent to anyone who has read Pfizer’s clinical trial data. Only the federal government offered Pfizer immunity so will Pfizer have to defend these things?

The lawsuit claims that Pfizer violated the Kansas Consumer Protection Act with deceptive acts or practices and by making false and misleading claims. It also claims a civil conspiracy “to willfully conceal, suppress, or omit material facts relating to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.”

The lawsuit is seeking monetary damages but it surprisingly does not ask for the company to remove the vaccine from circulation in Kansas, nor does it specify how harmed Kansas residents might share in the monetary damages.

If the lawsuit is allowed to continue, Pfizer will more than likely settle it as it has settled most claims of deception in the past.

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