For those that trust these pharmaceutical companies on their safety and integrity, lets look at historical lawsuits

So while many have or will have this experimental untested vaccine, let us remind ourselves of the honest integrity of these multi-national companies providing you with this jab.

Remember that safe effective drug…Thalidomide.
“While forty-nine countries licensed the drug under multiple different names, the then head of the FDA Dr. Frances Kelsey, a physician-pharmacologist with a profound interest in fetal development, refused authorization for use in the US market due to her concerns about the lack of evidence regarding the drug’s safety.
The drug was also known as Thalidomide.
Sixty-five years on and the stringent safety measures brought in to avoid another scandal on the scale of Thalidomide have been swept aside in order to fast track the approval of experimental mRNA vaccines.”

Pharmaceutical company settlement amounts in the last 10 years…
Let’s take a look at the top 10 pharmaceutical settlements, in order of dollar amounts (highest to lowest). These can include a combination of criminal fines and civil settlements.

Company: Amount of penalties : Year

GlaxoSmithKline $3 billion 2012
Pfizer $2.3 billion 2009
Johnson & Johnson $2.2 billion 2013
Abbott $1.5 billion 2012
AstraZeneca $520 million 2010

Can you sue them against covid vaccinations…No!!!
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" You can’t sue Pfizer or Moderna if you have severe Covid vaccine side effects. The government likely won’t compensate you for damages either"

In a public comment to the CDC, molecular biologist and toxicologist Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., called to immediately halt Covid vaccine production and distribution. Citing fertility, blood-clotting concerns (coagulopathy), and immune escape, Dr. Lindsay explained to the committee the scientific evidence showing that the coronavirus vaccines are not safe.

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Murder Inc they are.

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