A very interesting analysis came out today of Pfizer’s decision to forego announcing the success of their COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials until a few days after the 2020 US presidential election was over. In case you have forgotten, in 2020 President Donald Trump initiated a Manhattan Project scale effort — “Project Warp Speed” — to develop and release a vaccine against the virus that was infecting everyone’s
brains amygdalas respiratory tracts. I didn’t believe the effort would succeed, since the fastest I was aware of any vaccine ever being approved for release was about five years; in retrospect I still don’t think the trials succeeded, although this wasn’t really Pfizer’s fault, as if the vaccines had been deployed sensibly instead of being forced universally on the world’s population they might still work today, and that was a government decision, not a corporate one. But the question of whether or not the vaxx was “safe and effective” is not the subject of this post — the question is, why did Pfizer wait to reveal the results of their trial until it had no chance of helping Donald Trump’s electoral desirability? To quote the article:
In the alternate universe where the 32-case interim analysis was conducted as set forth in the original study protocol, The New York Times would have run a full page headline declaring the success of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine right around the morning of November 2nd, the day before the election… On a political level, you’ll have to confer with Nate Silver on whether the Pfizer news would have been enough to swing 100,000 votes in Pennsylvania, 30,000 votes in Wisconsin, and 20,000 votes in Georgia and put Donald Trump back in the White House… What’s truly crazy is that a few pharma executives, unaccountable to both the public and their shareholders, got to make this crucial decision, and that they got away with it without a hint of a congressional subpoena.“How Pfizer Fixed the Election” by Cassian Anderson (a pseudonym for a molecular biologist who is obviously much wiser than me in terms of operational security)
Like so many other things about the 2020 election, this smacks of conspiracy, committed by the deracinated, unelected, and mostly incompetent oligarchical elites of the United States to hamstring the grassroots nationalist insurgency represented by the Trump regime and that threatened their status. If one believes that the vaxx is “safe and effective” then it must be acknowledged that the choice made by Pfizer delayed the full-scale deployment of the vaccine for a couple of weeks, and in the winter of 2020-2021 that represented literally tens of thousands of human lives lost. But regardless of its ultimate efficacy, millions of Americans were eagerly awaiting some good news about their lives returning to normal, and their opinion of Trump’s handling of the “pandemic” — which was deeply underwater just before the election — likely would have changed dramatically. Executives at Pfizer, in all likelihood in collusion with government officials at NIH such as Francis Collins and Anthony Fauci, made a conscious decision to manipulate the election by withholding the results of mission critical federally-funded research from the public. At a minimum this is the grossest kind of violation of professional ethics for a scientist; but I believe it is also a clear-cut violation of several federal laws such as the Hatch Act that prevent the involvement of agencies like NIH with the political process in the US. A serious country would investigate it; but of course our investigatory agencies like the FBI are clearly “in on it”, judging by the revelation of their election-rigging activities at Twitter.
In a post I released immediately before the 2022 midterm elections, I argued that the only way the US returns to normal is either through something akin to a civil war, or a collective mea culpa or other type of debt-paying by the elites that have brought us to this dire juncture in our history. One form that mea culpa could take is something like a Nuremberg trial for the people responsible for the “pandemic” and all of its metastatic outgrowths, including the rigging of the 2020 US Presidential election. It’s possible that the current crop of congress-critters might at least bring them to question, but I highly doubt anything of consequence will happen to them — or at least not many of them; they may throw someone to the wolves but it will just be for theatrical purposes. The oligarchy protects its own.