Moderna Executive: ‘Exploding’ Vaccine Injuries Are ‘Not Our problem’

Moderna Executive: ‘Exploding’ Vaccine Injuries Are ‘Not Our problem’

A top executive from pharmaceutical giant Moderna has testified before the Australian Senate that “exploding” numbers of Covid vaccine injuries are “not our problem.”

The admission was made during questioning at a Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee hearing.

A video from the hearing shows the executive for the big pharma vaccine maker even admitting that “Moderna has zero interest in using their profits to compensate the millions of victims.”


Elsewhere during the hearing, conservative One Nation leader Pauline Hanson erupted during a testimony when executives at Pfizer Australia said no one was “forced” to get the Covid vaccine.

Hanson grilled representatives from Moderna and fellow pharmaceutical giant Pfizer about the efficacy of vaccine mandates during the Covid pandemic.

She later said their responses were “pathetic” and “arrogant.”

In Australia, many industries and public service departments had vaccine mandates during the pandemic, some of which are still enforced today.

The questioning took place at a Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee hearing for a bill Senator Hanson had put forward called the COVID-19 Vaccination Status (Prevention of Discrimination) Bill 2022 – which would examine discrimination based on a person’s COVID-19 vaccination status.

Pfizer Australia and New Zealand’s Country Medical Director Krishan Thiru and Head of Regulatory Affairs Brian Hewitt fronted the hearing for the pharma company.

At one point during the tense proceedings, Dr Hewitt rejected the claim Australians were “forced” to take the Covid vaccine.

Senator Hanson was skeptical of this assertion made, asking Dr. Hewitt:

“You were in Australia during Covid-19?

“You must’ve been fully aware that people – nurses, doctors – people to have their jobs, to keep their jobs, were forced to have the vaccination.

“Now, do you retract your statement that they were not forced?”

Hewitt rejected the claim once again, stating he “firmly believed… nobody was forced” to take the Covid vaccine.

“Mandates or vaccine requirements are determined by governments and health authorities,” he added.

“I believe everybody was offered an opportunity to get a vaccine or not get a vaccine.”

Senator Hanson fired back, telling the Pfizer representative:

“A lot of Australians will disagree with you on that one.”

Senator Hanson expressed her scathing view of vaccine mandates and her concerns for the people whose livelihoods had been affected by them.

“They presented a vaccine that only had 12 months of preparation before governments forced people to inject it into their arms,” she raged.

“It’s my concern that people lost their jobs because of [mandates].

“Firefighters, defense personnel, federal police, nurses.

“To this day people still can’t return to their jobs because of the mandate.”