‘Cheap Lie’: EU MEP Calls Out Pfizer Exec After She Admits COVID Vaccine Was Never Tested on Preventing Transmission

A Pfizer executive admitted to the European Parliament on Monday that the COVID-19 “vaccine,” was never tested during clinical trials on its ability to prevent transmission, exposing a key argument for the shots and vaccine passports as a lie.

During a special committee hearing on COVID-19, Janine Small, president of international developed markets at Pfizer, was asked if the company tested its product “on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market.”

In response, Small said, “regarding the question around did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market? No, um, these ah, you know, we had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is happening in the market.”

“This is scandalous!” said Rob Roos, a Dutch Member of European Parliament, in a video afterward. “Millions of people worldwide felt forced to get vaccinated because of the myth that you do it for others.” Roos, the MEP who asked the question, continued, saying, “now this turned out to be a cheap lie.”

“The only purpose of the #COVID passport: forcing people to get vaccinated,” Roos tweeted. “The world needs to know.”


Small played “a lead role in negotiating a COVID-19 vaccine bulk supply agreement with the European Commission,” according to Reuters.

Now critics are reportedly demanding transparency in how the agreement was negotiated.

During the hearing Monday, Small “categorically” emphatically denied that Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla agreed the contract via mobile phone text messages.

As to whether a contract negotiation such as this contract which you referred to, 1.8 billion doses, was negotiated through an SMS, I can categorically tell you that would not be the case,” Janine Small, president of international developed markets at Pfizer, told the European Parliament’s special committee on COVID-19 on Monday.
She added that such talks involve far too many people on both sides and take far too long to be conducted via mobile phone texts.

“I know that because I was involved in all the negotiations and discussions from the very start in 2020,” Small said.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen revealed in an interview with the New York Times in April of 2021, that she had exchanged texts with Bourla for a month while the contract was being negotiated, prompting calls to make the text exchanges regarding the experimental shots public.

Florida’s Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph Ladopo, last week warned men aged 18-39 not to get the injections based on an analysis of data showing a sharply higher risk of cardiac death in young men in the 28 days following the shots. The Nigerian physician is the first major American public health authority to warn the public about the increased risk of myocarditis in young men.

Ladopo, who has a Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry from Wake Forest University, an MD from Harvard Medical School, and a PhD in Health Policy from Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, was censored on Twitter for allegedly spreading “misinformation.”  Twitter on Sunday reinstated a tweet from the Florida Surgeon General that it had censored on Friday.

As the public becomes more aware of the risk of serious adverse side effects to the jabs, the Biden regime is having to scramble to convince Americans to get the updated Covid-19 booster shots (that were only tested on eight mice).

By the end of last week, only 13 to 15 million people out of 283.4 million Americans aged 12 and up had opted to get the updated Moderna or Pfizer jabs, even as officials warn of yet  “another deadly Covid winter,” Politico reported. That amounts to just five percent of the eligible population.


Get the news corporate media won't tell you.

Get caught up on today's must read stores!

By submitting your information, you agree to receive exclusive AG+ content, including special promotions, and agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms. By providing your phone number and checking the box to opt in, you are consenting to receive recurring SMS/MMS messages, including automated texts, to that number from my short code. Msg & data rates may apply. Reply HELP for help, STOP to end. SMS opt-in will not be sold, rented, or shared.

About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.