US drug maker Pfizer followed suit up the complaint of its CEO of “Misinformation” on the Covid-19 vaccine by tweeting a cartoon on “science”to protect” humanity from “wild conspiracy theories” – and disabling responses.
The cartoon shows a labeled blob “science” Jack back a humanoid figure from hugging a labeled bubble “Savage Conspiracy Theories”.
“It’s easy to get distracted by misinformation these days, but don’t worry … science has yours back” Pfizer’s corporate account tweeted on Tuesday night together with a #ScienceWillWin hashtag.
– Pfizer Inc. (@pfizer) November 9, 2021
The option to reply was disabled. This didn’t seem to stop people rationing the tweet, with over 3,000 citations-tweets compared to just 300 or so I like it in less than two hours.
“Pfizer denies science, that’s why it got a legal waiver of responsibility. No one damaged by Pfizer vaccines can sue in judgment of the drug manufacturer “, director Mike Cernovich said, responding with its the same version of the meme.
Pfizer denies science, that’s why it got a legal waiver of responsibility. No one damaged by Pfizer vaccines can sue in judgment the manufacturer of the drug. photo.twitter.com / wxJ87dhMt8
– Cernovič (@ Cernovič) November 9, 2021
“Big Pharma can’t meme” joked Human Events editor Jack Posobiec.
Big Pharma can’t meme photo.twitter.com / 2IdqkRK97g
– Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 9, 2021
The company’s meme attempt comes shortly after its CEO Albert Bourla told “very small” group of people they were spreading “disinformation” on Covid-19 vaccines, including mRNA shots made from Pfizer.
“They are criminals because they literally have cost millions of lives,” he told NATO-backed Atlantic Council thought tank. “The only thing standing between the new way of life and the current way of life is, frankly, reluctance to vaccinate “, he added after in the presentation.
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