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Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 3 d ago

Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.

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Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

"Pfizer says it's updated COVID-19 booster shot may offer some protection against new mutations of the omicron variant The original vaccine had been tweaked to address the omicron variants and the dominant one at the time was be a 5 While this new shot does produce an immune response for that variant it appears it can also target four additional omicron subtypes including the worrisome BQ one one a 9 fold increase in antibodies against that variant compared to only a twofold increase from the original shot but more studies are needed and this data released by Pfizer has not been peer reviewed Moderna also recently announced early evidence its updated booster induced antibodies against BQ one one now responsible for some 24% of COVID cases I'm Jackie Quinn

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Pfizer study says updated COVID boosters rev up protection

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer study says updated COVID boosters rev up protection

"Pfizer says a study of their updated booster shots shows a significant improvement in antibody levels In newly released findings Pfizer says antibody levels jumped 13 times higher in people 55 and older a month after getting its updated COVID-19 booster And four times the levels generated by an extra dose of the original vaccine Among younger adults antibody levels rose 9 and a half times It's too soon to know how much real world protection that translates into the shots rolled out in September but the CDC says only a little more than 26 million Americans have gotten their updated booster which is tweaked to target the most common strain of omicron variant The FDA's vaccine chief doctor Peter marks says the new data while preliminary should encourage people to get their bivalent booster before the holidays health experts say it's shaping up to be a rough winter with an early flu season children's hospitals already packed with patients battling another respiratory illness called RSV and COVID cases expected to rise I'm Jennifer King

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Kasey Funderburg: The Canceler Who Was Cancelled

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Kasey Funderburg: The Canceler Who Was Cancelled

"Was a sideline reporter for the university of Tennessee, volunteers, the football team. She was also a reporter for the vol network, the volunteer network. And she was very good at her job from all indications. What is she 26 years old? And she's out there, she's living her dream. She's worked all of her life, her 26 years to be a sports reporter, a sports journalist. Well, anyway, on Fridays on Friday, they announced that there was going to be a, there was going to be a basically a black out at the football game for the Halloween game. And what did that mean? While the team was wearing these dark uniforms with the dark Pfizer's and the idea was to go dark mode. Against Kentucky, very intimidating. And so anyway, some guy who likes to troll people on a social media and ESPN has been suckered by this guy, a lot of folks have been suckered by this guy, and he suggested that the Tennessee fans should blacken their faces for the dark mode game. In other words, they should go blackface. Well, Casey Thunderbird saw the tweet and she went after the guy, and she said, oh, this is disgusting. How dare you? You shouldn't be saying something like this. This is bad and she rebuked the guy and called him out. Well, it wasn't too long after that. When people started going after Casey thunderbirds, previous tweets. And they went all the way back to the year of our lord, 2013, and the year of our lord, 2014, and they discovered that Casey Thunderbird actually used racist language on her social media pages. And faster than you can say lickety split. We found out that miss Thunderbird no longer works at the university of Tennessee, her

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The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

The Elites Have Done Such Remarkable Damage...

"The people in charge of our society have done such remarkable damage. Why? Because so many of our elites don't care about you. They care about their pocket. Because they're bought and paid for by Pfizer, play cut 24. Meet the press, data download, brought to you by, Pfizer. This portion of CBS this morning sponsored by Pfizer on how to find the hidden sugars in the American family diet, sponsored by Pfizer, making a difference. Brought to you by Pfizer, CNN tonight. Brought to you by Pfizer. Brought to you by Pfizer. Pfizer benefited from the lockdowns, Pfizer got richer because of the lockdowns. There's a lockdowns never would have happened. And we would have allowed to have Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, intravenous therapy, ozone, baby aspirin, talked about vitamin D levels, with Pfizer, have been able to receive billions and billions and billions of dollars. Joe Biden says, you got to get your annual COVID shot play cut 93. And if you're fully vaccinated, get one more COVID shot. Once a year, that's it. Wonder how much Joe Biden and the Biden family is going to benefit from continually shilling out the Pfizer vaccine.

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Katie Hopkins Was Deported From Australia

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:46 min | Last month

Katie Hopkins Was Deported From Australia

"You were deported from Australia. Look, we may have covered it on the show, but who cares? People don't listen to this show so assiduously that they will be familiar with everything. I who am here don't remember whether we cover it. Maybe we didn't, because you and I missed each other, I think, on my last time here in America. But yeah, so I was remember lockdowns and Australian lockdowns were some of the worst. Which didn't make sense to me. There's a lot of counterintuitive madness. I mean, the fact that Israel was so vicious on the sick dead baby vaccines, forced everyone to get that. Australia, I never would have thought that they would have been so crazy. Yeah, they were crazy. So two years, you weren't allowed to leave the island. And if you were out of country and the wrong side of that, you weren't allowed to return to your home. So you could be on the road with children and you weren't allowed to come back home, or you could have a dying relative, and you weren't allowed to get there. And at the same time, some idiots from TV Land decided to bring me into the country, and I've never been vax. And that's why you're still alive. Did you hear about the 64 year old gorilla that just died? Well, two days after getting the Pfizer vaccine. But thank you. Go ahead. I was like, what? Yeah, I know. So someone in TV Land decided they were going to make a TV program during lockdown called celebrity big brother. It's a terrible program, and no one watches it, but basically they put some celebrities who aren't in a house together and then people watch them argue. That's how that works. So I was brought into the country during lockdown along with Caitlyn Jenner and at the time she was running the gubernatorial race in California. Thomas Markle, Meghan Markle's brother. You get the gist. This is awful. It was terrible. So they brought me into the country. She was like 6 foot 5. I saw, I saw him in a room and I just thought to myself, you know, in a magazine cover, you can fool people. But in person, this is a gigantic person. Yeah. Okay, so you're in a room with all these lovely people. So I'm brought into the country ahead of that because you have to do 15 days in isolation. So I get taken to my isolation prison, right? And my husband said to me, and you're getting a gist of it because you've spent some time with me. Lovely Mark said, you know, I don't see that going so well for you, little birdie, which is what he calls me. Because like a day in my own company, I don't know why you're laughing the taxes. Because I love the idea that he calls you little birdie. Yeah, he goes, I don't see it going well. Because today in my own company is a lot. I need people.

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US clear Novavax COVID booster dose

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

US clear Novavax COVID booster dose

"U.S. regulators have cleared the COVID-19 vaccine made by novavax The new booster option is for people 18 and older who can't get the Pfizer and Moderna boosters for medical or accessibility reasons or who otherwise would not get a COVID-19 booster shot at all The Food and Drug Administration says the novavax shot is to be used only as a first booster at least 6 months after the primary shot The novavax vaccine is protein based unlike the other COVID-19 shots available in the U.S. about 48% of Americans who receive their primary vaccinations have never received a booster Mike Hempen Washington

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Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

"A state audit finds issues with vaccine handling in North Dakota Who heads virus response for North Dakota's Department of Health is disputing an audit released Tuesday The auditor's office says the department gave patients nearly 2000 doses of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine that had been stored at incorrect temperatures and nearly 13,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine with missing temperature data There is redundancy in the system problems with documentation were being corrected and that no non viable vaccines were given an auditor spokeswoman Emily Dahl says they aren't recommending revaccination they're simply reporting what they found I'm Jennifer King

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Phil Kerpen: Pfizer Trials Were Never Designed to Test Transmission

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last month

Phil Kerpen: Pfizer Trials Were Never Designed to Test Transmission

"Of course the trials were never designed to test for transmission because they only picked up if you had a symptomatic case which is to say they weren't doing regular testing weekly testing or anything like that on the people in the trial It's just if they got sick and when it got a test and then they would go into the trial data and then they compared in the trial arm and the intervention arm to the control arm is what they did and they said there was this reduction in cases and it was actually a pretty good reduction in cases we found out later that it weighed pretty rapidly and it wasn't very long-term protection at all Certainly but they didn't test for transmission in any way because they weren't testing you unless you got sick and you went and you thought it out And by the way the only trial that did test for transmission that did regular surveillance testing was the AstraZeneca trial and it wasn't very successful which I think is probably one of the other trials didn't do it And so now but then of course all of the public health messaging including from Pfizer itself was like stop the spread herd immunity the vaccine is going to end the pandemic We're going to mandate it not just for you but for the whole community all this kind of stuff And so now when they're forced to say out loud what's always been true but was we relied about constantly which is the trials were never designed to tell us anything about transmission It's a big revelation because it means that everything that they did in the name of herd immunity stopped transmission and stopped the spread all of that kind of stuff with respect to the vaccine It was always completely unjustified from the original trial on And by the way it got even more ridiculous when we got to omicron because there was no effect at all on infections or transmission It was apparent in all of the data And by the way it was already apparent at the time of the Supreme Court decisions in January when they somehow had a split decision anyway and said you could mandate it in healthcare context And so it's pretty incredible I think that this continues to be a revelation because it's always been right in front of us but we've just been lied to about it A million times

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Phil Kerpen: COVID Boosters Were Politically Motivated

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last month

Phil Kerpen: COVID Boosters Were Politically Motivated

"Really I mean I generally trusted that the public health infrastructure is probably the least political thing That is now been completely entirely eviscerated You've got guys like me and others who in the past may have inclined to draw their doctors they're not politicians Who are now it's almost to the point now that all the misinformation and the lies in the censorship and the cover ups It gives me no joy in saying this Whenever public health people representing the Biden administration say something my instinct is to believe the opposite is true That's how crazy it is Well look I got the original two doses also I haven't got any boosters or anything like that But I think at the time they rolled it out if you read all the data and you looked at it it made sense to get it for most people And so I don't think you necessarily need to have any regrets people act with the information that's available to them at the time You get more information You change your opinion You integrate that information The problem comes to your point when it becomes political and it starts being dictated on a political basis And what we had with this administration is the extension of the vaccine to younger children and the boosters recommendations were essentially dictated by The White House the top two vaccine officials at the FDA resigned in protest This would have been the biggest scandal in history in a Republican administration and said it was barely covered at all And the only people who were left at FDA are the people who are willing to rubber stamp whatever The White House wants And so we've got a new the new booster that's out there right now was approved on the basis of data from 8 mice for the Pfizer vaccine and ten mice for the Moderna vaccine Now they finally are starting to get some human data now But we've never seen an approval on the basis of something so flimsy before And so it has become completely political And it's very disappointing that that happened

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Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss the Durham Investigation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Discuss the Durham Investigation

"It is none other than Joe de Genoa former U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia and his muse Victoria dancing formerly of the Senate intelligence committee. Welcome both to America first. Great to be here. Really? Great to be here. Quite a week. I'm not sure if it's a good week in terms of the things that are leaking out into the press. Let's talk first about the danchenko trial that is being started in Virginia, Alexandria, the reports from The Wall Street Journal this weekend are that John Durham is winding down the investigation. If he is winding down, should we be satisfied with the indictments he's brought Joe? No. No, if he is winding down and I assume this is a strategic leak that he is. We should be disappointed because what we end up with with the sussman case and the danchenko case. Is an example of Durham being an institutionalist, not wanting to take on the FBI and the DoJ making the cases where the FBI was quote unquote lied to. When in fact, the FBI knew it was being lied to and used that fallacious information to continue illegal Pfizer listening warrants. So I think while I think Durham is a good man, I think he is a failed institution list. I feel very badly about this because he would not take on the corruption of senior FBI and DoJ officials. So I consider his mission a failure. He said, wouldn't Joe and I looked at these indictments, we said, why is the FBI a victim? They were this is the point that all the people are being indicted. People who aren't part of the machinery. Right.

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FDA clears updated COVID boosters for kids as young as 5

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

FDA clears updated COVID boosters for kids as young as 5

"The Food and Drug Administration is authorized updated coronavirus boosters for kids as young as 5 tweak boosters rolled out for anyone 12 and older last month Bill Gruber at Pfizer says a high number of kids under 12 have been hospitalized In part because they remain less well protected by vaccine So this is an opportunity with this good news to re energize interest in protecting children for the win The shots available are from Pfizer and Moderna doctor Jason newlin at Washington University in St. Louis says these are bivalent boosters They fight old and new strains Switching the bivalent vaccine targeting what we've currently continue to see circulate which is the BA 5 COVID-19 in our communities makes sense to make sure that our children are better protected against what we're seeing Less than a third of 5 to 11 year olds have had their two primary doses Ed Donahue Washington

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Pfizer Executive: Vaccine Didn't Show Stopping of COVID Transmission

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last month

Pfizer Executive: Vaccine Didn't Show Stopping of COVID Transmission

"This guy rob Ross is minister of parliament over there Yes this question Jim cue the supplements cut one He's Dutch this guy And the answer here is shocking Listen for yourself check this out Doubt look on foot up there And I will speak in English so there are no misunderstandings Plus the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market If not please say it clearly If yes are you willing to share the data with this committee And I really want straight answer Yes or no and I'm looking forward to it Thank you very much Regarding the question around did we know about stop and humanization before essentially the market No We had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market This is scandalous Millions of people worldwide felt forced to get vaccinated because of the myth that you do it for others Now this turned out to be a cheap lie

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The CDC Caught Lying About the Vax "Death Signal" With Steve Kirsch

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last month

The CDC Caught Lying About the Vax "Death Signal" With Steve Kirsch

"Some tape here. Of kind of a one two combo. It's a very depressing one, two combo might I add. Let's play cut 57. Of Pfizer celebrating children that are going to be in the vaccine child trials, play cut 57. All of us want to be superheroes. And the most important years of those that help others. This year, thousands of kids like us around the world joined the COVID-19 vaccine trial. To all the kids who volunteered, we'd like to say. Thank you. And then cut 58. This is a hospital advertisement, cut 58. One day, I just stomachache so bad. I didn't want to do anything. The team at new York Presbyterian said it was actually my heart. It was severely swollen. Something called myocarditis. But doctors gave me medicines and used machines to control my heartbeat. They'd save me. These people are so evil. Steve, what's your take? Well, they're trying to normalize the damage from the vaccine. They're trying to cover up the damage in the vaccine. And make it a pure like, oh, the myocarditis is just something normal and isn't a great that this hospital is treating it. But they're not telling you in the ads is that we don't know what's going to happen 5 years down the road for that young girl who was in that TV commercial. Because myocarditis, I think the stance are like in 5 years, like 20% of the people are dead. And their lifelong pharma patients too, Steve. They make for great residuals, right? Yeah, they do. They do. And you know, the fact that we're injecting 6 months old, kids at a very early age, is horrible. And there was a paper from authors at Stanford. Sorry, at Harvard, Johns Hopkins, UCSF, Oxford University and a few more institutions. And they basically said that the risk benefit of this vaccine is so bad. In other words, it's so risky that it is unethical for universities to mandate boosters.

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If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

If You Haven't Seen Eric's Interview With Naomi Wolf, It's a Must!

"Has been your favorite interview in the past few weeks? Naomi wolf, the other day, I interviewed Naomi wolf. That woman, I am proud to know her, I always say that she was in my class at Yale. She was very liberal, feminist, she is a hero. And if you have not seen the interview, now, by the way, I just sent out an email a few minutes ago to the Eric metaxas dot com list. If you're not signed up for that folks, you got to go to Eric from Texas dot com sign up for the newsletters because some of these interviews, I'm telling you, they're going to help save this country and the world. My interview with Naomi wolf, I don't know where else are you going to see this stuff. Maybe if you watch Steve Bannon or you're tuned in to some other places. But there is an utter blackout on all this information. And this stuff is, it's nothing less than astonishing that they're not covering what she talked about on the program. So if you haven't seen it, again, I set out the video you can find it on rumble, but I just did it a couple of days ago. It is absolutely searing, sickening, vital information. That no one is reporting on it. If you want to know how bad things are, the idea that people are not reporting on what Naomi wolf has discovered. They sued Pfizer to get internal documents on the vaccine. This is Pfizer's internal documents. She talks about it. I'm telling you, you're responsible for this information. Please, please watch that interview and share it everywhere you can. Please,

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Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Naomi Wolf Reveals SHOCKING Details of the COVID Vaccine

"Hey there folks talking to Naomi wolf. So Naomi, just to focus the point here, you're suggesting that the Chinese communists intended to harm and kill non Chinese through these vaccines. Yes or no? Well, I'm a reporter, so I don't jump ahead of the evidence, right? So what I'm telling you that I know is that these injections are now the IP has been a 100% transferred the SEC filing of 2021 since the IP of these injections of BioNTech Pfizer are transferred to China. It doesn't say a Chinese individual. It doesn't say a Chinese company. It's his two China, the country of China. So now in 2022, if you get a Pfizer injection, you're getting an injection that is overseen manufactured and distributed under the ownership of China, which is our existential adversary in a totalitarian regime that kills its own people, harvests organs from its own people. So that I know. And I also know that there are catastrophic levels of harm in the Pfizer documents, particularly and I didn't even finish the evidence, but I can go back to it. Please sterilizing the next generation.

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

"To Naomi wolf, the book is the bodies of others Naomi, you were just about to make a big point we went to a break. Go ahead. Yeah, thank you. So in addition to all these horrific, I mean just ruining human beings and recent data has shown that disabilities. This is Ed Doug, the former BlackRock hedge fund manager has shown that disabilities are up catastrophically among working age Americans. And if you see the vice documents, you know exactly why. But let's fast forward to what's most disturbing to me. What's most disturbing to me is in the Pfizer documents we now have about ten reports about this by our experts. There's a 360° attack on human reproduction. And it's highly intentional. So it's everything from we were assured that the lipid nanoparticles which are an industrial fat covered in polyethylene glycol, which is a petroleum byproduct, right? That's in the mRNA injections. We were told by all the spokespeople that they stay in the injection site. But that's a lie. And doctor Robert Chandler, a very distinguished volunteer of ours who has treated the Lakers and the angels. He's a sports medicine expert. He's a peer reviewer. He found from the Pfizer documents that these materials leave the injection site and go to every organ in your body within 15 minutes. But they accumulate in certain organs. It's not just that the lipid nanoparticles, it's the spike protein, which is toxic, and the mRNA. They accumulate in your spleen, your adrenals, your liver, but if you're a woman, they accumulate in your ovaries and what's so disturbing. Remember I was de platformed a year ago and attacked globally for accurately saying that women were having horrible problems with their menstrual cycles. These industrial fats covered in a petroleum byproduct are lodging in the ovaries. But doctor Chandler found that they accumulate in the ovaries like that, but they don't have a mechanism to leave the body that he could see.

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DOJ Agrees to Accept Special Master

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 2 months ago

DOJ Agrees to Accept Special Master

"Justice Department yesterday surprised all the Twitter lawyers by saying it would accept one of Donald Trump's recommendation for the special masters in the Mar-a-Lago document case. And I'm reeling because I was told by all of the lefties in the blue bubble that this was outrageous and they could never do this, then it was unprecedented. Rate of a former president's home is unprecedented. It's not what we did with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, when she was running for president Donald Trump might be running for president. And it was just, but they assured me, everybody assured me all the Twitter legal experts, all the former U.S. assistant attorneys who haven't had a job in a long time who show up on MSNBC, a bunch of long tooth law professors who are 15 years old or niam are out there browsing that this can not happen. The DoJ will never have to accept it. It will be reversed ticket that the Supreme Court, and then Deion shows up yesterday and said, you know, we will accept one of the judges Raymond Derry that former president Trump's legal team had suggested, judge Derry is still a senior district court judge, meaning he's been trying cases and presiding over matters for since Ronald Reagan. I think he's 75 or 76. Again, former United States attorney, it's just in the United States attorney. Also was a member of the foreign intelligence surveillance court. Remember how they said it was going to be tough to find someone with the credentials to oversee classified material that's all judge Gary did for a lot of years because the foreign intelligence surveillance court, that's the court with which I am familiar most back from my Justice Department days at the one the only one I need to do with. I wasn't appellate lawyer. I was just dealing with Pfizer Lawrence going over to the Pfizer court. And judge Derry course qualified to do it in whether or not he turns back all 11,000 documents that Trump or none of them. It will be good to have that review for the benefit of those of us who are open to any result, but are not in a hurry to accept this Department of Justice word for it.

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So James, I want to ask you about the story that broke yesterday. You guys have a tendency to break news very late in the evening. I'm sure there is a science to it or there's a reason to it. And it says DoJ documents obtained by judicial watch, Tom fitton, great guy, confirms existence of communications between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Pfizer about your organization project veritas tell us about this James. That's right. Tom fitton that judicial watch, who's a friend of mine, he issued a foia request into the Department of Justice for all communications between The New York Times and the DoJ and Pfizer pharmaceutical and DoJ. And shockingly, a document which was came back from the Department of Justice FBI indicating they do indeed have communications between the FBI and Pfizer regarding communications regarding project veritas and myself. So we released these documents last night. I made a video about it. And the question is, why on earth is Pfizer pharmaceutical talking to the FBI about journalists or journalism, Charlie? And further, you know, the CEO of Pfizer had made a statement back in November. I think it was November 9th, where he said that he has been talking to the FBI about disinformation and dark, dark groups. He's clearly referring to groups like project veritas, even though we're not dark, where the opposite of dark. And also we to Charlie remember, we did two stories about Pfizer, one whistleblower within Pfizer Melissa mcatee and emails showing that they were hiding information. Those were the vice president of Pfizer's words, not mine, and also a scientist within Pfizer saying antibodies are stronger than their own vaccine. So I reported on this as journalists do or are supposed to do. And now we come to find out that the FBI is talking to Pfizer about

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"pfizer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pfizer now by the agreement with the country to produce there So this can be done systematically Wherever there is a capacity to produce vaccines we actually should be produced Creation conditions should be created for that And doubling the production of vaccines and then having a mechanism of distribution that is equitable That's what we need Of course we have all the problems that we mentioned and many others the present situation But these are all small aspects of a bigger one And the bigger one is we can not deal with this with veteran nationalism or actually diplomacy or we need to deal with this with a global vaccination plan and bring together all those that have the power to solve the problem Do you think there is something problematic about the booster shocks that are now spreading through Technician of course if to have booster shots you know one country means that others will not have shocks Of course this is not the best way to deal with the disease If the booster shots are not used and then the vaccines go to the as we have seen in many things to the containers of garbage then of course the problem is different But the central question the central question is we need a global vaccination plan We need to double the capacity of production that exists today and to have a mechanism of equitable distribution And those have the power related to this need to come together This.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Being like over representing the effectiveness of the vaccine? Technically saying correct things. But just kind of like highlighting the super positive things. That may be misinterpreted. You know, saying a 100%? No, I never said something 100% that every time I speak, if a number is 100%, I rushed to say that in biology, there is nothing 100% because always there will be when you go to the Amelia. There were in the study, things that were a 100%, for example, deaths, or in South Africa, when we tried, if there was a 100% efficacy. Clearly, it's small numbers. When the numbers will become mass bigger, the 100% will not hold, but could be 95. 96. So still, the direction of this is the point. So I'm very, very careful. How I, what I tweet and in addition to how careful I am, I have people that they are looking at and they are having secondary therapy opinions to make sure that we don't put. Why? Because I know that people are listening to me right now, everything I say. And I want to make sure that they continue not only. Not only being clear as to what I want to say, so they will not misunderstandings, but also maintain the trust of the people. I don't think that someone who only 30 picks information and only emphasizes was the things it's someone that is the one to be trusted in Taiwan. Me and Pfizer to be thrust. So many felt the vaccine was presented as a cure that wouldn't require regular booster shots. Was that something you believed early on? Did you always believe that many regular shots would be required? It may be in a bigger picture, how many do you think this will for the Pfizer vaccine? Is it something you see that's taking a booster shot regularly like annually? In the beginning when we had the first months of the vaccine, people would ask me do we need another one? And I said, we don't know. I was very clear about it. Then, around April May, I started seeing the first data and I made statements that I think we will need the booster around 8 to 12 months after the second dose. And then after that, annual revaccinations, this is what I said believe is one of the most likely scenarios. And it was based on the data that I had. But then delta came. And because I always making the caveat that with ops and a new variant, with everything we know. With Delta, it was proven that we need the booster to move to the 6 months. And this is what happened. And I still said, I think the booster is a 6 months, and then I think will be an annual revaccination. Like we have to monitor to see the data, but this is the likely scenario. Now, we have a group. And the automaker says that to those just might be challenging. We don't know exactly, yet, but three doses work. So clearly a lot of countries already started moving now the third dose. 1960s from 6 months to three. So that they will reduce the period that people will not be protected with the third dose. I don't know..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"They don't know who to trust. They don't know if they should listen to the CEO, Pfizer, who might have other incentives in mind who might just care about money and nothing else. And so they just use common sense and they ask questions. And I think to them, talking down to them as if they're not intelligent so on is something scientists have done. Almost like rolled their eyes and that disappoints me because I think that's kind of what is the source of division. Humility is a virtue. Yes. And the fact that your educated doesn't mean that you are having other humility or empathy or you have good human qualities. This was and will never be. A metric of judging this type of virtue. Those that they do this, they're wrong, and actually they are not doing good service to the public health because they are undermine before aren't stupid. They see if you're not respecting them. And if you are not respecting their need to learn because that affects their health, health of the mother or the kids. So I fully agree with you that we should be very patient to explain again and again and again what is happening and the vast majority of the people that they don't get vaccinations right now is because they're afraid. It's not for any other reason. It's not that they have an agenda. What I'm saying is there is a small number of people that they have make business for them to profit from this anxiety. I'll give you an example. I've been arrested by FBI. This is what someone wrote. I read that I left. I mean, okay, this is where they take. There was a reason why they wrote it. The Pfizer CEO was asked to be, because they want to create doubt in the minds of the people that they're afraid. And say, look, if the IRS team likely will not do the vaccine. But they left. A week later. The wife of the Pfizer CEO died. There is a picture in this website.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"They don't know who to trust. They don't know if they should listen to the CEO, Pfizer, who might have other incentives in mind who might just care about money and nothing else. And so they just use common sense and they ask questions. And I think to them, talking down to them as if they're not intelligent so on is something scientists have done. Almost like rolled their eyes and that disappoints me because I think that's kind of what is the source of division. Humility is a virtue. Yes. And the fact that your educated doesn't mean that you are having other humility or empathy or you have good human qualities. This was never, and will never be. A metric of judging this type of virtue. Those that they do this, they're wrong, and actually they are not doing good service to the public health because they are undermine before aren't stupid. They see if you're not respecting them. And if you are not respecting their need to learn because that affects their health, health of the mother or the kids. So I fully agree with you that we should be very patient to explain again and again and again what is happening and the vast majority of the people that they don't get vaccinations right now is because they're afraid. It's not for any other reason. It's not that they have an agenda. What I'm saying is there is a small number of people that they have make business for them to profit from this anxiety. I'll give you an example. I've been arrested by FBI. This is what someone wrote. I read that I left. I mean, okay, this is where they take. There was a reason why they wrote it. The Pfizer CEO was asked to be, because they want to create doubt in the minds of the people that they're afraid. And say, look, if the IRS team likely will not do the vaccine. But they left. A week later. The wife of the Pfizer CEO died. There is a picture in this website.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Of a new molecule, like the treatment that we have now appealed against COVID. It takes four years. We then asked them to do it in three. We asked them to do it in four months, which is what they did. When you are setting this type of goals, they know immediately. They can not. Such thing within the box. And immediately this is where the human ingenuity in the heart comes. And this is how they surprised all of us. So there's incredible science and engineering going on here. This is what's bothering me that the conversation and the in public is often not about that. It's about politics unfortunate. Politics. So I spent the day with Elon Musk yesterday. He works with rockets. Similar situation, as with Pfizer, in the sense that there is NASA and then there's this private company. And that's a source of incredible inspiration to people. No politics, very little politics. So this is part of the thing I'm trying to, I'm hoping to do our little part in this conversation that help untangle a little bit, just reveal the beauty and the power of the thing that was done here, especially with the vaccine, but other things that are being done with the antiviral drug. Let me just kind of linger on the safety. What can you say, there's a lot of people that are concerned that the Pfizer vaccine, by the way, of which I took two shots, no booster yet. Is unsafe. What do you say to people that say that? No, they should not fear something like that. It's completely wrong. There is no medical product in the history of humanity that have been tested as much as this vaccine has been administered to hundreds of millions of people, and because of the importance of COVID, they have been scrutinized, those people, constantly. Right now, healthcare authorities are looking for every single signal around the world of people that they go to vaccine and try to see if it is vaccine related or not. There are electronic medical records that will tell us when and what happened to a person when he did got the vaccine. And we know now. So high certainty that it is so safe exactly as the data sit says about this vaccine more than any other product. They should not be afraid of something like that. And it's not listen.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"And have questions, this is when you speak out and you explain exactly why as opposed to letting the build up and linger because the result is there's a very large percentage of the population that just I mean it divides people and science suffers, I think. And also the effectiveness of solutions suffers like the vaccine and so on. I asked a few folks I know if they had challenging questions for you. I'm sure many of them. Answer your call. Yeah. Many friendly folks out there. By the way, I'm sweating not because this is a difficult conversation it is, but it's also hot in here for the record. So one of the folks is mister Jordan Peterson. I don't know if you know who that is. He's a psychologist and intellectual and author. He suggested to me that I raised the concern that there is a close working relationship between Pfizer, FDA and CDC. So we talked about FDA, do you worry that this affects both positive and negative? Pfizer's chances of getting drugs approved. The fact that there's people that worked at the FDA, they're not working Pfizer, Pfizer FDA, that there's a kind of pipeline. Does this worry you that it affects your ability to do great unbiased work? All right, zero doubts. This is not affecting at all. There, ability to be unbiased and regulate. And in order to the system also reinforces that by creating significant time barriers, if someone moves from an industry to FDA, you wouldn't be able to deal with topics for a period of time and then for even an enhanced period of time with topics that are related with a company he or she may come from. I think a regulator for anybody strict. Rightly so. If anything I feel sometimes that maybe they should be a little bit more open minded, particularly when it comes to new technologies, rather than trying to judge and implement the same framework or variation of the. They are always as circulators in the conservative side. But always always, they are unbiased and they are trying the best. It's not only one or two people. They have processes to make sure that they are self tax and balances within. The agency is both. You can see the sea and in the FDA. Difficult decisions. They.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And have questions, this is when you speak out and you explain exactly why as opposed to letting the build up and linger because the result is there's a very large percentage of the population that just I mean it divides people and science suffers, I think. And also the effectiveness of solutions suffers like the vaccine and so on. I asked a few folks I know if they had challenging questions for you. I'm sure many of them. Answer your call. Yeah. Many friendly folks out there. By the way, I'm sweating not because this is a difficult conversation it is, but it's also hot in here for the record. So one of the folks is mister Jordan Peterson. I don't know if you know who that is. He's a psychologist and intellectual and author. He suggested to me that I raised the concern that there is a close working relationship between Pfizer, FDA and CDC. So we talked about FDA, do you worry that this affects both positive and negative? Pfizer's chances of getting drugs approved. The fact that there's people that worked at the FDA, they're not working Pfizer, Pfizer FDA, that there's a kind of pipeline. Does this worry you that it affects your ability to do great unbiased work? All right, zero doubts. This is not affecting at all. There, ability to be unbiased and regulate. And in order to the system also reinforces that by creating significant time barriers, if someone moves from an industry to FDA, you wouldn't be able to deal with topics for a period of time and then for even an enhanced period of time with topics that are related with a company he or she may come from. I think a regulator for anybody strict. Rightly so. If anything I feel sometimes that maybe they should be a little bit more open minded, particularly when it comes to new technologies, rather than trying to judge and implement the same framework or variation of the. They are always as circulators in the conservative side..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with Albert burla. CEO of Pfizer. If you'd like to skip ahead to our conversation, the timestamps is always are below. But if not, please allow me to say a few words about truth and human nature. Specifically, about two groups of people throughout history that seek to lay claim to the truth. The first group will tell you that only they possess the truth and that the government will save you the company will save you the science, the authorities, the experts, the institutions will save you. The second group, too, will tell you that only they possess the truth, and that the government will hurt you, the company will hurt you, the science, the authorities the experts the institutions will hurt you. Both groups have the benevolent and the malevolent. Their heroes and their charlatans. And I think the hard truth is that no one in this world can tell you with absolute certainty which is which. You have to use your mind. This is the burden of being human, of being free. Don't blindly follow any leader, neither the emperor, nor the martyr who points out that the emperor has no clothes. And then there's the lessons of history. Vaccines have saved hundreds of millions of lives in the past century, and in general the advance of medicine has saved billions of lives. If you ignore the power of science, you're not being honest with the lessons of history. And if you ignore the corrupting nature of power and money within institutions, including governments and companies that led to the suffering and death of hundreds of millions in the past century, you are once again, not being honest with the lessons of history. I announced that I will be having this conversation with Albert berla, Pfizer CEO, and a lot of people wrote to me. I would like to say that I was an am and always will be listening and learning with an open mind from everyone. My own opinion worth little as it is is that the development of the COVID vaccines is one of the greatest accomplishments of science in recent history. For the rest, from safety and efficacy to policy and economics, I stand humbled before complicated world full of fear and anger. A small number of malicious people from all walks of life will use that fear and anger to divide us. Because the division makes them money and gives them power. I took two shots of the Pfizer vaccine. This was my decision. I don't ever want to force this on anyone, and I certainly don't want to dismiss your concerns or worse..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Quickly you could see a mutation around that. It seems like it's highly conserved. There's no reason to think that this new variant that that protease inhibitor would be any different than the one in delta or the original COVID. But at this point, you have other targets that you're working on that you just haven't told us about at this point that might be used in a combination with what looks to be very promising already. That's a very very good question. And as I said, we designed that the current one without in mind, so that will be able not to develop resistance when the virus mutates. Because as you know, all so far, the mutations that we have seen in variants of concerns are in the spy. And this has nothing to do with the spy. It works in a very different method. And the fact that the mechanisms that it worked, which is inhibits the protest in the virus, it starts that this protest it is very vital for the virus to survive. So it's very difficult for the virus to create a mutation that doesn't need this protein. And so that the dragon of work. So I'm very, very, very confident that this drug works for all non mutations, including the omega. But we are working on follow up. Drugs for the eventual case that may be a resistance is developed. Are there other things that other targets, there's polymerase? I mean, I don't know, it's a very small genome, obviously there's not a lot of different proteins that are coded for in COVID. There would be something else I figured you could use for some type of cocktail. Is there anything else that you're not telling us about that Pfizer researchers are working on Albert? Nothing that would be announced, let's say next week. But we are already working with and this is you need to know a standard practice when you're doing the virus or already we are working on second and third generation. Albert wanted to also separately just ask you about cost and cost of the antiviral. We've talked about it before, but if in fact, the antiviral pills become a critical component of this, especially if the vaccines don't have the same kind of efficacy. Could you see pricing come down? Would you consider rethinking the pricing because as we know a vaccine might be 20, $30, this antiviral pills could be ten more than ten times that. I think we're talking about 6 or $700. Yes, you're right. But, you know, we went out with a price and for the government that takes that thing that was very interesting. You need to know the price of this undivided despite a very, very high efficacy. It is almost one third of what the prices of the antibodies are there. So it's really. Very cost effective right now for the system. Given the hospitalizations that would be avoided. And keep in mind that we wave the patterns completely for the low income countries. So barriers should not be priced or intellectual property for anyone to make. So Albert, you do sort of adapt your vaccine all the time, and we can do it quickly and you're able to do that sort of in a flu vaccine type fashion to the new variants from COVID. Do you foresee that this would be would you call it a booster? We'd get another booster every year or would be a modified booster that would provide a better antigenic response than the original vaccine. Well, do you see this happening every year? We either get a booster boost a regular booster of the same vaccine or a slightly different vaccine every year to deal with what we're seeing with these mutations. Is that what you forese? It's almost like a, I mean, for Pfizer, you'd be selling these things every year, and not that you want to do that. I'm sure you're not hoping for that, but it would be almost like an annuity for Pfizer. I did make a projection a month ago that the most likely scenario, it is that we would need after the third dose annual revaccination against forbid for multiple reasons because of the unity that would be waving because of the virus that I'm sure will be maintained around the world for the years to come. And also because of the need of variance that will emerge. I'm more confident right now that this will be the case than I was when I met. The projection. I think we are going to have a manual for revaccination. I don't know how we're going to call it. But will be a 9 year revaccination. And that should be able to keep us really safe. Albert, just trying to take a step back sort of a big picture view of things. As you learned about this variant emerging and the information that exists about it is limited as it is, what is your level of concern about it at this point? You mean? Yes. Look, I am concerned, but as I said, we have been preparing for that. We have to start with a treatment. If things goes wrong, right? And we can't provide protection, which I don't think will be the case. We have a treatment that will work against this virus that can be taken home. You don't need to go to hospital. Secondly, we have done it twice. We were able to create 95 days a new vaccine tailor made to new virus. We started to write making for the shelter, which is this one. So if the current dose, which is very likely that three doses from the current vaccine will keep us well protected, but repeat three doses of the current vaccine will keep us well protected. But if we find out, but this is not enough before the virus starts emerging in those places in, let's say, more places in the world than becoming the big one, we should be able to have one developed. The third, manufacturing, we have been working for that without in mind. This is the playbook. How can we switch manufacturing of a new vaccine to show that we will not lose volume capacity? And we have been reached a level almost overnight. So we will be able to switch our manufacturing capacity and the line that was producing before the old vaccine within two days will start producing the new vaccine with no loss of volume. And I repeat we have reached a capacity of a billion doses third quarter already this quarter remained a $1 billion. So next year, it is almost in the pocket 4 billion doses that we can make. If there is a need for a new one, we will make almost 4 billion doses of the new one. So with that in mind that availability will not be an issue. But the efficacy is very high, but there are treatments around, no, I'm optimistic we have been preparing for that and we are going to win this battle as well. All right, so I'm optimism is what we need Albert. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. And we hope to have you back soon as we get more information about the vaccines in this variant. Thanks again. Stay well. Cheese will be next. Next, on squat pod, what all this only cron news means for the energy markets and for your gas prices. With CNBC's Brian Sullivan. I think this COVID news gives OPEC some political cover if it wanted to pause to say, well, it's COVID and it's demand and we don't know rather than pausing based solely on the SPR release get the best CNBC pro offer Black Friday through cyber Monday, exclusive stock picks and money making ideas all at a special price. Three months for only 59.99. Joint CNBC pro today at CNBC dot com slash cyber Monday pro. I'm Stan Andrew by. You're listening to squawk pod. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin. We wanted to get an update right now on the oil markets. Brian Sullivan has more on what is at stake. Brian. Yo, what's the sake of global pricing Andrew? Okay, of course, crude oil took a 13% hit on Friday. It was a biggest drop of all time in the futures markets going all the way back to 1988 right now. We are recovering, not quite half that, crude oil futures up about 5% 4.9% whatever you want to say as we were saying that maybe they were shot of the downside. A lot of positive stuff about demand coming out, right? Demand for petroleum products. Gas buddy, say the gasoline demand in America said a four day record last week. If you were on the roads, you know what I'm talking about. Everybody was driving. Filippo has been talking about flights. Well, jet fuel demand at least right now not expected to take a major hit. Remember, the fuel used on the few flights per day back and forth from the U.S. to Africa is basically irrelevant. It's just a couple of flights a week. The question is whether any demand to hit the domestic U.S. flying so far does not appear so yet, again, that could change, but yet, a lot of fear in the oil markets coming into last week about lockdowns for Germany does not look like that will happen. They may have some regional shutdowns among the unvaccinated. That's pretty much it. Bottom line is this guys have not read or seen anything as of yet, and that's key yet suggesting a meaningful hit to demand. Again, that could change, but we are not seeing it at this time. Now, globally, there are a lot of things happening, particularly this week. You've got OPEC plus meeting on Thursday. The question is, will it continue its path of adding an extra 400,000 barrels per day each month like they've been doing scaling up? Or decide to pause because demand is uncertain. We'll see. There have been some headlines today. The Saudi energy minister abdulaziz bin Salman sang sort of in a passing comment that he has put calm and not really concerned what that means we can read into it also lost to the headlines guys, talk some reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal kicked off in Vienna, Austria today. It is unknown how those will turn out, but if they turn out well, it could bring Iran back into the global market sort of on the U.S. side in dollars anyway, legally, which could add more demand or supply, not expected to see that, but the Iranian nuclear talks also kicking off if we needed something else to weave into this global story. You know, Brian, the biggest question, though, if the Saudis are going to go ahead with this or not, will they get a pass from The White House? If they do, if they say, okay, at this point, we're going to hold off and wait and see what happens, which maybe is a reasonable thing to go ahead and do. The White House has already put so much pressure. How would they react to that? That's a really interesting question, Becky. I'm gonna say the three most hated words anybody on TV wants to say. I don't know, 'cause here's the Domino's game, right? You've got the president coming out sort of urging OPEC to release more oil at the same time, by the way they want to increase fees on drilling in federal land. They're doing that. So they get together this coalition with R SPR, the coalition is small, but the SPR released 50 million barrels kind of sending a message. If OPEC pauses and says, well, we're going to wait and see that could increase attention for the no pec build. These sort of outlawing cartel bills that have been in Congress. Do you know who the co sponsor of that no pec Bill was back in the day? I have a Delaware by the name of Joseph R Biden. Correct. So I think this COVID news Friday gives OPEC some political cover if it wanted to pause to say, well, it's COVID and it's demand and we don't know rather than pausing based solely on the SPR release because you also got to remember Joseph R Biden the senator from Delaware urged then president Bill Clinton to sue OPEC 21 years ago. His history with this organization has been adversarial. It's going back a long time. Thursday should be very interesting, assuming the meeting is not delayed. Indeed it will be. Brian, thank you. That is squawk pod for today, thanks for starting your week with us. Squawk box is hosted by Joe kernan Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Tune in weekday mornings on CNBC at 6 eastern. Follow, squawk pod wherever you get your podcasts and send us feedback on what you hear. We're on Twitter at squawk, CNBC, or leave us a rating or review on Apple podcasts. Thanks.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"To see. I don't exclude that this is the case, but I haven't heard it before. Okay. Thanks. Albert, is there anything that we don't know that you know about another target for some type of therapeutic that would go into some type of maybe cocktail like we've seen in dealing with previous viruses? We're talking about the protease inhibitor. I'm wondering how quickly you could see a mutation around that. It seems like it's highly conserved. There's no reason to think that this new variant that that protease inhibitor would be any different than the one in delta or the original COVID. But at this point, you have other targets that you're working on that you just haven't told us about at this point that might be used in a combination with what looks to be very promising already. That's a very very good question. And as I said, we designed that the current one without in mind, so that will be able not to develop resistance when the virus mutates. Because as you know, all so far, the mutations that we have seen in variants of concerns are in the spy. And this has nothing to do with the spy. It works in a very different method. And the fact that the mechanisms that it worked, which is inhibits the protest in the virus, it starts that this protest it is very vital for the virus to survive. So it's very difficult for the virus to create a mutation that doesn't need this protein. And so that the dragon of work. So I'm very, very, very confident that this drug works for all non mutations, including the omega. But we are working on follow up. Drugs for the eventual case that may be a resistance is developed. Are there other things that other targets, there's polymerase? I mean, I don't know, it's a very small genome, obviously there's not a lot of different proteins that are coded for in COVID. There would be something else I figured you could use for some type of cocktail. Is there anything else that you're not telling us about that Pfizer researchers are working on Albert? Nothing that would be announced, let's say next week. But we are already working with and this is you need to know a standard practice when you're doing the virus or already we are working on second and third generation. Albert wanted to also separately just ask you about cost and cost of the antiviral. We've talked about it before, but if in fact, the antiviral pills become a critical component of this, especially if the vaccines don't have the same kind of efficacy. Could you see pricing come down? Would you consider rethinking the pricing because as we know a vaccine might be 20, $30, this antiviral pills could be ten more than ten times that. I think we're talking about 6 or $700. Yes, you're right. But, you know, we went out with a price and for the government that takes that thing that was very interesting. You need to know the price of this undivided despite a very, very high efficacy. It is almost one third of what the prices of the antibodies are there. So it's really. Very cost effective right now for the system. Given the hospitalizations that would be avoided. And keep in mind that we wave the patterns completely for the low income countries. So barriers should not be priced or intellectual property for anyone to make. So Albert, you do sort of adapt your vaccine all the time, and we can do it quickly and you're able to do that sort of in a flu vaccine type fashion to the new variants from COVID. Do you foresee that this would be would you call it a booster? We'd get another booster every year or would be a modified booster that would provide a better antigenic response than the original vaccine. Well, do you see this happening every year? We either get a booster boost a regular booster of the same vaccine or a slightly different vaccine every year to deal with what we're seeing with these mutations. Is that what you forese? It's almost like a, I mean, for Pfizer, you'd be selling these things every year, and not that you want to do that. I'm sure you're not hoping for that, but it would be almost like an annuity for Pfizer. I did make a projection a month ago that the most likely scenario, it is that we would need after the third dose annual revaccination against forbid for multiple reasons because of the unity that would be waving because of the virus that I'm sure will be maintained around the world for the years to come. And also because of the need of variance that will emerge. I'm more confident right now that this will be the case than I was when I met. The projection. I think we are going to have a manual for revaccination. I don't know how we're going to call it. But will be a 9 year revaccination. And that should be able to keep us really safe. Albert, just trying to take a step back sort of a big picture view of things. As you learned about this variant emerging and the information that exists about it is limited as it is, what is your level of concern about it at this point? You mean? Yes. Look, I am concerned, but as I said, we have been preparing for that. We have to start with a treatment. If things goes wrong, right? And we can't provide protection, which I don't think will be the case. We have a treatment that will work against this virus that can be taken home. You don't need to go to hospital. Secondly, we have done it twice. We were able to create 95 days a new vaccine tailor made to new virus. We started to write making for the shelter, which is this one. So if the current dose, which is very likely that three doses from the current vaccine will keep us well protected, but repeat three doses of the current vaccine will keep us well protected. But if we find out, but this is not enough before the virus starts emerging in those places in, let's say, more places in the world than becoming the big one, we should be able to have one developed. The third, manufacturing, we have been working for that without in mind. This is the playbook. How can we switch manufacturing of a new vaccine to show that we will not lose volume capacity? And we have been reached a level almost overnight. So we will be able to switch our manufacturing capacity and the line that was producing before the old vaccine within two days will start producing the new vaccine with no loss of volume. And I repeat we have reached a capacity of a billion doses third quarter already this quarter remained a $1 billion. So next year, it is almost in the pocket 4 billion doses that we can make. If there is a need for a new one, we will make almost 4 billion doses of the new one. So with that in mind that availability will not be an issue. But the efficacy is very high, but there are treatments around, no, I'm optimistic we have been preparing for that and we are going to win this battle as well. All right, so I'm optimism is what we need Albert. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. And we hope to have you back soon as we get more information about.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Young adults and children. Las Vegas, where was this? I think it was in Houston. There was a 8 people. I was just a few days ago. They said they felt like they were in hell, but 8 people went into convulsions and died. Some people said we kind of seemed to get this cationic state. And you had to be vaccinated. So there were 8 people who just a 14. Most of them were teenagers, most of their team, 14 and 20 and one 27 year old that have died at that concert. So that's another. I think what this comes down to because that's an exposure to some people are saying that there was a some kind of radio frequency that was activated at the concert that was probably covered up by the sounds. I mean, I don't know, but I think it's interesting there was not a mob scene that, you know, but people again ate people died at this concert during a performance. Yeah, it's interesting. It's a math that's amassed death. I mean, 8 people that's not cool. It's just a random heart attack in the crowd. It's not random. And they were all vaccinated so they don't know what caused it. But you know what I talk about yesterday was the way to get out of this mess is to figure out how we got into this mess. So from a legal perspective on January 27th the last year, secretaries are the secret of healthy and services declare that the novel coronavirus that causes confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease is a public threat. A threat to public safety health public health and a threat to national security. It was the problem is that there was no test last year to confirm the cases in January of last year. So that's a problem. And there was not in February and in March. And then it has to be renewed every three months. So becerra renewed it, October 18th of this year. That was the 12th renewal, whatever renewal of this declaration. But his renewal said that the consequences of COVID-19 are threat to national security. Consequences are a result of our government and the mandates. But national security under the Clinton options are former president Clinton, he defined it as anything that's a threat to the preamble of the constitution. So our national defense are right to pursue our liberties a job, you know, education, our freedoms. Pursuit happiness or no, and in our posterity or children and children. So I should now raise the family, but that's basically what he said, and someone said, well, how would a buyer weapon or a pandemic? You know, our pandemic is caused by a bioweapon to be a threat to national security. He said, well, the loss to involve the loss to a military, the loss to our economy could be equivalent to going to war. So my question is, you know, is is the mandate put forward by Biden have a military vaccinated, and so we're going to lose 376,000 in list of military men and women and in the reserves and contract. It's a losing 376,000 men and women in our military, more than we've ever lost in any battle in any war. Is that for public health safety? Or is that an act of war? And then losing 84 million jobs because of Biden's mandate through osha. To an already crippled economy is that public health safety is at an act of war and then injecting children which in LA county, you have to be a vaccinated 12 and older to go to school. So injecting children with a synthetic code to produce the Wuhan HU one bio weapon in their body that we know is going to cause heart inflammation and death and children, Pfizer also knew that on November 20th, they covered up the 12 to 15 year old studs cohort of a hundred children. They said, it's harming more children than it's saving and we don't want that information to be public. They do that on November 20th. So it was injecting our children with the code to produce a bioweapon for public safety or is that an act of war? And so I would say we're at war and this whole concept of Biden's current press secretary is saying the mandates are to improve compliance and voluntary compliance. No, they want voluntary surrender of our bodies and our children's bodies and all of our liberties. And if you take Clinton's declaration or Clinton doctrine that a bioweapon could be a threat to national security, I would even go and that would be an act of war. I'd even go a step further that if we were at war, what would be happen if we were invaded? Would we be on until the troops came in to drag us out of our homes? Would you be on house arrest? We were being house lockdown. Would we have our inalienable God given rights under the constitution and Bill of rights taken away from us? That's what's going on right now. We're at war and Alex burla, our Albert burlap, excuse me, the CEO of phi's on November 2nd said anyone that speaks out that these vaccines could be harmful, and he calls it misinformation. They're criminals because we're murdering people. I think those were his exact words. And I say that burla, the CEO of Pfizer is simply taking a page out of Joseph Goebbels playbook. You know, which is the minister of propaganda for Nazi Germany, which is accused the other side that which you are guilty of. So burla is a criminal acting on behalf of the enemy state. So Biden's in office, he did not win the election. He was put there by an enemy of America. So I think the best way to get out is to stop repeating the vernacular of the propaganda of the enemies of America. So don't say I won't comply, say I won't surrender. This is not a vaccine. This is a bioweapon. I mean, you know, darkness must flee in the light and the truth is light. So the way to get out, this is to share the truth with people. And ask them these questions. You know, if this is truly for, you know, for public health safety, you have to take a look at what the consequences are on the consequences are that if we went to war. And why am I a Carl young, you know, the behavioral scientist, brilliant mind, and, you know, he talks about this too. He goes, look, if you're questioning someone's intentions. JU eng. Carl young, yeah. Is your question if someone's intentions, right? Because if you're dealing with a sociopath and they're saying I don't want to hurt you and they continue to hurt you. So you start questioning, what are their intentions? He goes, just look at the outcomes and you can infer the motivation. So let's just take a look at the outcomes of what's been done to America, what's been done to our children, the outcomes of those who have been vaccinated, some of which have been hospitalized. This is not for public health safety. This is an attack on America..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"These vaccines by these injections, which are bioweapons, right? So if you treat someone with sildenafil, which is Viagra, you're just going to further exacerbate the nitric oxide pathway. This is not stuff I should be talking. He knows stuff that doctor Judy Micah has used to be talking about, but doctors need to be aware of this because they're going to exacerbate an already crippled immune system in a person's health. If they treat them the traditional way, and maybe that's why we're seeing so many people dying when they're going to the hospital. They're not being treated properly. So myocarditis, right? It's hard inflammation, yeah. What do you suggest an infant or a child that has? I don't suggest anything. I suggest you don't get the injection. Again, I suggest, I mean, the American college of cardiology came up with vaccine induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia. I'm sure they'll come out with vaccine induced myocarditis now as the next they should come up with that in a treatment algorithm. I mean, this is something for doctor McCullough to answer and also for some of the scientists to look into. So, but, you know, stopping the chaos and the immune system would be inappropriate step to restore health and people's bodies that they were injected. On top of whatever the doctor, you know, doctors prescribed, but this is something that all I'm saying is that people that are going to the hospital now with vaccine induced disease. Perhaps the death rates are higher than they need to be, and they're being diagnosed with COVID-19 because they're not being treated properly. What was it in your career that got you speaking out against how did you come to the realization that this vaccine a vaccine ride by definition? It's an injection, there's an inoculation. How did you come to the realization that it was a bioweapon? Well, I knew we were being set because there's no there's no contract fatality rate. There's no reason for a vaccine. I never was. I mean, we were alive to. Fauci published on February 28th of last year in the New England Journal of Medicine. Last year, that the contract fatality rate for SARS CoV-2 was similar to that of influenza was .1%. And that's also, but you have to understand that's across the entire population. And the contract fatality rate, I believe of people over the age of 85 was like 2.3%. And then if it's nothing for children and young healthy adults and men, so the .1% is nothing and 2.3% for those over 85, will their fatality rate is 13% in and of itself. The disease there was no justification for a vaccine ever. So there was only the intention was only for financial gain and induction, inducing new disease. So that was the best case scenario. When I found the patent the worldwide patent for the Moderna NIH master vaccine for MRNAs, you read it mRNA lipid nanoparticle and Cassidy mRNA as you know that it's a bio weapon. You just read the patent. It's not meant to. Provide any benefit. You look at the history of mRNA and if you look at the FDA filings, which I did, if you look at the phase three data and you actually read the tables, you actually read the data charts. There was no conclusive evidence that these had any indication that they prevented disease. The Pfizer reduction in risk is .82% compared to vaccine for one week post second injection. So the conclusion is that if you get vaccinated for one week post the Pfizer vaccine, you have a 99% chance of not getting infected. If you don't get vaccinated, you have a 99% chance of not getting infected. That was the conclusions. And then they had 407 people who were injected and within one week first dose or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine forged 7 people came down with COVID-19 that was not confirmed by a PCR test and that Pfizer states in the FDA states. We don't know if the COVID-19 was caused by the reactogenicity of the injection or if it was COVID-19 and they say because the symptoms of COVID-19 directly overlap with the reactogenicity of the injection. So you can't tell the difference between COVID-19 and the and what happens to the body. If you're injected with the Pfizer vaccine, per the Pfizer submission to the FDA. That's what it says. Where does this come from? This is genius, right? It's ingenious. It's a bio, it's a biochemist. It's a bio weapon. This is a bioweapon. Incredibly well thought out. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, no, and it's all in the documents. I mean, they state it. They basically state that this, I mean, if you take a look at the authorization that was given a Pfizer on August 23rd, two important three important things. Let's talk about the two most important things. Two most important things is if you take a look at the pharmacovigilance plan, it says that what are the known risks. They know that this causes heart inflammation and anaphylaxis. So severe inflammation. Based on the data, the potential risk are vaccine associated enhanced disease and enhanced respiratory disease. So the vaccine for the respiratory virus causes enhanced respiratory disease. The missing information is safety and pregnancy, but the missing information is vaccine effectiveness. So they approve the vaccine knowing it causes heart information, knowing it can cause enhanced respiratory disease. And immunogenicity, but they don't know if it prevents the infection. But the other important thing is that if you read the product description because remember, I don't know if you guys know what I said. The FDA Pfizer never wanted the approval, because they never wanted to come forward with the ingredients. And they never really fully disclosed the ingredients, but what they did disclose when they release the BLA, the biological license approval from Pfizer that was submitted. It says product description is co minority contains the mRNA, so the synthetic code to produce the Wuhan HU one full sequence SARS CoV-2 glycoprotein that was uploaded to G web. So it says home minati. So the Pfizer vaccine produces the bioweapon that was uploaded to the open-source platform by the Chinese government. I don't know what else people need to see to know that this is a bioweapon. It says it produces the bio weapon. In the license. Judy had mentioned 5G and how that reacts that has to do with the lipid nanoparticles. That's not the mRNA. That's a lipid nanoparticle. Yeah. Talk a little bit about being injected and exposed to the radio waves. Yeah, I think that's what people saw that Travis Scott. You know, concert, you know, the Travis Scott concert were there reported allegedly that ate 8 people died a.

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"By a bunch of stuff. Promo code kirk another whistle blower could call it a was that's not really whistle blower. It's an undercover video. From project veritas with actually does journalism and works really hard. They have private videos. Released overnight includes three five or scientists who admit natural. Immunity is much better than the vaccinated. And so i watch these videos from james o'keefe and i have no inside information to believe this but if you watch enough of these project veritas videos. There's almost always alcohol involved and almost the mannerisms of the people that are caught on camera. They always seem as if they're being courted or they're on dates. Remember that cnn guy. That he was yet he was exactly. He met her on tinder right. He was like the technical director or something. And this other guy. New pfizer scientists. He looks like he's kind of his mannerisms ways looking around the way he's trying to impress people and they're almost always men. Isn't that interesting trying to impress women. I think this is a man that was trying to impress a man. I could be wrong. Who am i to judge. Okay so cuts. What is this. Forty-three project veritas. Released overnight includes three pfizer. Scientists caught on hidden camera who admit natural. Immunity is much better than the vaccinated and that pfizer is run on covert money if we had an honest media of course we. Don't this'll be the number one new story on the planet play forty three when somebody is way..

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"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"How soon before those kids can get this. Pfizer shot now. Oh it's gonna move at the speed of bureaucracy as is always the case I would think that we could see this maybe in another month or so. That's usually about how long it takes to schedule one of these meetings and for people to look over all the results but Yeah from what i've seen. They look pretty good. And this is not particularly surprising. it makes sense but This vaccine should work just about as well and younger people as it doesn't alter people any side effects that they saw in younger people that maybe they didn't see in older teens or an adult so the information that we have From the last fda meeting they presented some of that and overall it was the same sorts of side effects but there were lesser amounts It was a bar graph and the bar was a little shorter trivia. Little shorter people really good news. And also the dose set. These kids are getting is less than the dose. That teenagers are getting. is that right. I'm not aware of that. They've tried a couple of different protocols. I would have to go and check that but Normally i would assume it will be the same dose That they had previously approved. Because i would entail a lot of paperwork to change it at this point that a little bit less than a delta. Getting right No normally okay. The same does to everybody. Yeah yeah okay So that's good news so they're still trying to get approval or at least work on the doses for what three months to five years. Then that's going to be the next step And i don't know if they're going to break that down into They make go sort of like two years to five years. And then you break. It's even smaller than that. But this is good. This is getting a larger part of the country into the group that can be vaccinated. So you'll see a lot of stats that say l. We've got eighty percent of the people who could be vaccinated vaccinated and that's fine but you wonder why we haven't heard immunity and because of all the little ones who are part of the heard very much but don't have access to the vaccine yet. Let's talk about what happened last week with the fda where they basically rejected. Visors your quest for the booster shot for widespread use Why did they do that. So that isn't Yeah so what they were looking at. It's not a question of whether it works or not because the data are pretty clear on that it was more a question of vision and strategy. And how should we attack this thing. So yeah very much They took what i would call a consequentialist point of view. In that. if you're not gonna die then let's hold off basically which is something we've seen right the way along. This is why. Vaccinations were rolled out For older people right away. Just say at higher risk. If we're talking about what's the fastest way to end the pandemic i would have thought Yeah i'd go more aggressive. And i would probably have wanted to see more vaccine available In boosters to just about everybody because it's not really a booster it's just that the two doses were enough to meet the minimum bar for what the fda considers to be a useful vaccine actually exceeded the bar by quite a bit and with the additional boosters. There are a lot of vaccines. We take. More than two doses. And we do that to go from a vaccine works pretty well to just certainty and boy certainty would be really nice right now. I think i know in israel. They're already given the third booster. Where do they know that. We don't different government difference regulators and everybody's trying to come up with a cost benefit analysis. But you know there's nobody to tell you exactly what it costs. You should consider and which you should not. And i think that's the difference you see between different countries Yet at different ruling out of the uk they only barely allowed it and people twelve to sixteen And after much debate and it wasn't again whether it works or not they were trying to figure out what's the benefit and what things are we allowed to consider when we determine the benefit so some governments will only look at benefits to that individual. Whereas i would say you probably want to take a broader view because kobe spreads. I mean. you can't get it from yourself. You can't give it to yourself but you definitely give it to other people and that's where the difference is In kind of the way that. I see this needing to be treated talking with texas am virologist dr benjamin newman. He's our go to guy for all things. Covert nineteen vaccine related There's a new study out that shows that pfizer's vaccine actually isn't as effective as maderna's vaccine after four months and this is one of the studies that are out and there's another little pile of studies that show that they're roughly equivalent. I think within the error bars on each of these things. I think they worked just about as well if there's a difference I know but during that puts a little bit more messenger rene into their vaccine than pfizer does But the idea there is that pfizer has a better way to keep the rene from breaking down and so you get a very constant But slightly lower dose with madonna. It may broken down a little bit in transportation and so they're making sure you're still above the bar but Yeah i it may even be a little higher in some cases so it's not going to be a case i got madonna knew. Didn't type thing. I i don't think we need to Go into that now. I'm the real the real difference Is that the i'd know virus vectored vaccines which are like astrazeneca. And johnson johnson are consistently study after. Study coming out a little bit lower than both of the messenger are in vaccines. And that's a big enough difference. That i think we can believe it Which is not again bad These people will have definitely some protection but Those might be the ones. You'd look at four early boosters. We did a story earlier today about these concierge medical services in manhattan and beverly hills at are offering drive-thru antibody testing for people who are willing to pay for it Is that something people should consider. Is it worth it. Yeah well that's a tough one 'cause then who has access. Who doesn't i know there are people getting boosters on you know perhaps Shakier ground than others and yeah it protects the individual but in general i think the entire populations at risk and we all succeed in this or fail in this together so that it's not bad and eventually we may move to a situation where you don't get a booster based on like time since your last shot you get it based on your actual immune response which would be really rational but it's also more expensive more time consuming. You have to take a little blood draw and you know people don't like needles already so i would see that potentially being a barrier to wider vaccination Rather than just a more scientific way to do it which. I guess it's both and even if i have. Let's say more. Antibodies than you do. Does that necessarily mean that. I could fend off the virus more than you can but not certainly So the the best paper on this show that if they have a certain number of antibodies they can predict with. I think it was eighty seven and a half percent accuracy whether or not. You're going to be protected in the future. Which of course is not a hundred percent which means that yeah. There's going to be somebody out there. That has a great number of antibodies in their blood for example but they didn't end up making the version of the antibody gets transported into the lungs. And so yeah they could catch the virus they probably clean it up a little faster but Yeah immunology it's We're a little different and dealing with all those little tiny differences just makes it a really complicated subject..

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I'm curious to find out if that's happening. Wouldn't surprise me. But i wanted included for people to research and find out but i have not confirmed whether that is the case. There's a lot of misinformation flying around both for mainstream and independent media. But let's get into the meat of this. Here's visors phase one. Study now i have included a link to the study or the article rather carry shared with me. That had a lot of this in that. I'm not going to be talking about the article today. Because i just aggressively disagree with a lot of the statements and words and arguments and framing that they use. It's very subjective and very political and very to party paradigm but i will include the link. Because that's where. I saw it first because that's what we do nonetheless. Let's get into the data. The data pfizer initiates phase. One study of novel oral antiviral therapeutic agent against starchy sealey to this is march. Twenty third twenty twenty one. Now i have already talked about in some degree to some to some degree about the pill and i actually have another discussion plan. Maybe today about the same topic but it turns out when you actually dive into this that it has a lot of very similar things in regard to something else now. Let's read quickly through this part of it and it says that the studies conducted to date. Show that this candidate this oral antiviral which you can antiviral like just simply taking it right out of the gate as the realize. What are the other things. They're antivirals rendez. If you actually click with we're talking about so it's interesting that those things are totally not the right either. Not even the right drug crazy. Maniac conspiracy theorist as we then make one that isn't antiviral so if those are not even the right drug which is some of the discussion that why is this one. Even in the conversation. But let's keep going the candidate. Pf dash oh seven three two one. Three three two is a potent proteinase inhibitor. Important potent antiviral activity against sar. Sylvie too so anti viral is important. Investigational protests inhibitor investigational..

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"pfizer" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on What A Day

"Job than we thought that first yesterday was a pivotal moment for one of the corona virus. Vaccines so let me say this loudly. And clearly if you're one of the millions of americans who said that they will not get the shot until has full and final approval of the fda is now happened that was president biden's speaking after the fda granted full approval for the pfizer biotech vaccine. That approval is for people in the us who are sixty and older and it is the first vaccine in the country to move beyond just the emergency use authorization that has been in place for months now and it was even given a fancy name. When i can't pronounce please lead us gideon. I'm being third of the wolves here. I think that the name on the market is co maternity t- Just rolls off the tongue. Super easy sounds like some sort of community. Do some sort of audio machine put through a sea shanty. Yeah yes exactly. Sea shanty gideon. You've been looking into it. Full approval means in practical terms. Right now yeah. I mean there's the personal and the communal effect of all this as is the case with the whole pandemic. But that's how i've been sort of thinking about it on the personal. I hope but i don't quite know honestly and i don't know that anybody does that this is going to move some people to get vaccinated if they haven't yet or if they haven't had the opportunity to yet. We are in a pretty grave moment right now. With nearly one hundred thousand people on average hospitalized with covert in the us daily plus for the first time since mercy average daily deaths have climbed over a thousand in recent days and so all of that is happening while the school years kicking off in children under twelve are not eligible for vaccines yet. It's just terrifying. That a thousand people a day are dying from cova still very tragic so top to us a little bit about the communal effects that we already saw the severity of the seltzer wave. Lead a lot of places to start instituting vaccine mandates of different sorts before yesterday but if the full fda approval is not going to end up moving people personally to get vaccinated. More and more communal settings are gonna make it a requirement now for example. Almost right as the full. Fda approval came down. Near city mayor bill de blasio mandated that all department of education employees have at least one dose of vaccine by september twenty seventh according to the new york times that is going to apply to almost one hundred fifty thousand workers. And it's likely going to be influential given that we're talking about the largest public school system in the country. Yeah there is a relatively kind of quick cascade on the education front just over the last twenty four hours. Or so yeah. That's definitely the place where it seems like the most is happening right. So governor phil murphy of new jersey announced a similar plan yesterday for the state school employees though with the option of actually undergoing weekly testing instead. That's actually not available. Under the new york city plan and louisiana state university announces. students are going to be required to be vaccinated as did the university of minnesota among other colleges and universities and it seems like other sectors have also started to announce mandates to is that right. Yes so on monday as well. The pentagon formally announced that they are going to require vaccinations for all military service members. That had already been in the works but seems to have gotten expedited by the fda approval. Then on the industry side chevron came out and said that they were going to mandate for some employees by november first cvs said there will be a requirement for some one hundred thousand employees or so by the end of october slash early november so collectively. If we add up all these bits and pieces it should add up to some measurable increase in vaccination rates nationally. Would think yeah. Let's hope so. One last thing that i think some people might have been wondering that i've seen some people asking which is. Why did this take so long. Yeah it really seems like it right. There's a lot of people who have been vaccinated for quite some time and yet it seems like it took forever to get this full approval. But according to the washington post the companies behind this particularly maxine pfizer biotic actually filed for licensing in early. May and so. This inevitably took less than four months. That actually made it the fastest approval in the fda's history but to the thought process of some of these people. The did move pretty deliberately like even some health. Experts were pushing them to go faster as delta was taking over they basically wanted something like six months of follow up data on people who were in the clinical trial and that was something like forty four thousand people across numerous countries so it was a lot of data to have to look at and analyse. We'll see how all the shakes out in the days and weeks to come as well as where else there may or may not be mandates but josie. Let's turn to voting rights. Now there was a host of news on that front from around the country as is unfortunately the case most days. Yeah so for years. The right has been pushing limit access to the ballot trying to make it more difficult for people to vote. Democrats and progressives meanwhile have generally been pushing for the opposite hoping to actually expand or at least maintain ballot access right. So here's what's happening. Just these past few days around the country on voting rates. Let's start with texas. This has been a big story of the last couple of weeks. Where do you think stand there. Yeah so. Texas is the only major republican controlled state that has not passed more. Restrictive voting rights since donald trump lost the twenty twenty election and began his rampant and of course completely false claims of election stealing but for months. Republicans have tried to pass a bill. That would do stuff like outlaw. Twenty four hour pulling sites prohibit drive thru voting and give increased access to partisan poll-watchers the bill was passed in the state senate and was expected to pass in the state house to since republicans have a majority in both houses but listeners might remember that last month more than fifty house. Democrats left austin and flew to washington. Dc to prevent a quorum and therefore hopefully making it impossible for republicans to pass the legislation but last week three of those fifty democrats returned to the house chamber or storing corum and effectively paving the way for republicans to accomplish their goal of restricting ballot access. So the news is that yesterday. The houses constitutional rights and remedies committee began taking public comment for that. Bill and republicans are rushing to bring it to a vote soon as possible because they want that bill to pass as quickly as they can. They don't like a million legislative sessions just to have this specific vote. It seems passed and done with but yeah it isn't all bad news. I guess we could say on voting rights as it were. there's at least a positive development that happened in north carolina. So what was the story there. Yeah there's some great news out of north carolina so fifty five thousand people who have been convicted of a felony had their right to vote restored on monday. Previously people on probation and parole in the state were not permitted to cast a ballot. Yesterday though a state court ruled that anyone who is not incarcerated has the right to vote and north carolina's the latest state to expand ballot access for people who have been convicted of a crime. Yes people may not have been paying attention to everything going on here. So what is the actual backstory and how this ruling came to be. Yeah so last week. Lawyers for civil rights. Groups argued in front of a three judge panel and they basically said that look state. Legislators passed this provision in the state constitution way back in eighteen. Seventy five because they were motivated by spoiler alert. Racism like many states especially in the south where i live white. Legislators north carolina originally passed felon disenfranchisement laws as a way to prevent black people from having voter access and in fact attorneys at the state department of justice who were tasked with defending. The law actually agreed that the original intent behind the law was racist. But they argued that the law was updated in the nineteen seventies.

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