Biden Colluded with Pfizer to Rig 2020 Election

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Biden Colluded with Pfizer to Rig 2020 Election

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer secretly colluded with Democrat President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign in order to rig the presidential race, a bombshell new report has revealed.

Pfizer delayed publishing the results of its Covid mRNA “vaccine” trial from October 2020 until right after the November election in order to help Biden.

The move sought to prevent Trump from being granted an “October surprise” that more than likely would have helped his campaign.

According to independent reporter Jordan Schachtel, the “impeccable timing” of the release was planned to help Biden pull off a much easier “win.”

The timing of the release was also commented on by Dr. Anthony Fauci in his book.

“On November 7, after the absentee ballots were counted, Joe Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election,” Fauci revealed.

“It was the very next night that Albert Bourla, Pfizer’s CEO, called me away from my neighbors’ fire pit to inform me about the game-changing results from the Pfizer mRNA vaccine trial.

“I finally thought we had truly turned a corner in defeating this terrible disease.”

In other words, Bourla waited until right after Biden was “elected” to call Fauci and deliver the news about Pfizer’s “surely rigged” mRNA trial, according to Schachtel.

“In retrospect, the shots were nothing more than junk genetic material,” Schachtel further explained.

“No lives were lost in delaying the distribution of these failed science experiment mRNA injections.”

“Nonetheless, the operation succeeded in taking away a political victory for Trump and delivering it to Biden.

“At the time, the majority of the public was truly terrified of the Wuhan sniffles, with many voters tethering their vote to the candidate who they believed could best defeat a virus.”

Had the “vaccine” trail news been confirmed before the election, the “good news” would have helped Trump’s campaign, Natural News notes.

At the time, American voters were desperate to have their freedoms restored after months of lockdowns – with news of vaccines offering hope.

However, the news was intentionally delayed until after the election in the hope of pushing voters to support Biden instead.

Fauci talks about this in his book as well.

He writes that Trump’s FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn “made it clear to the Trump administration that in terms of vaccine authorization, he and his agency would not be pressured into taking scientifically incorrect action.”

He adds that the “vaccine approvals would not be rushed just because the White House hoped that they would be approved before the election.”

However, Fauci conveniently fails to mention Hahn’s ties to Big Pharma.

Just one year later, Hahn would join Flagship Pioneering, the company that founded Moderna.

“It sure seems like Albert Bourla, the horse doctor who runs Pfizer, and Stephen Hahn, who remains at Flagship, know something that might be the subject of much-needed congressional hearings and law enforcement investigations,” Schachtel explains.

“It’s not like this would be the first time Pfizer and the gang have lied, committed massive fraud, and deceived the public …”

As it turns out, Pfizer and Moderna raked in a lot more dough after Biden was installed into the White House.

Their jab contracts with the federal government were renegotiated to become much more lucrative.

Trump and his people had previously agreed to pay Pfizer $19.50 per dose under Operation Warp Speed.

After Biden was installed, his administration would agree to $30.48 per dose instead.

This unexplained price hike represents a 56 percent increase.

At the peak of the pandemic, Pfizer raked in almost $10 billion in net income per quarter while Moderna’s profit margin hovered at 33 percent.

“Instead of engaging in wild goose chases, Congress would be wise to refocus its efforts on launching investigations against these massive pharmaceutical companies, and holding them accountable for engaging in fraudulent and nefarious activities,” Schachtel suggests.