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Kansas Sues Pfizer for Lying about COVID Shots

Kansas Sues Pfizer for Lying about COVID Shots

Kansas is suing Pfizer for lying about its COVID-19 vaccine. The pharmaceutical giant that rolled out the mRNA COVID-19 shots at an accelerated speed at the end of 2020 is being taken to court by the state of Kansas for misleading the public about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID shots.

Last week, Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach announced his lawsuit against Pfizer at a press event on June 17 in Topeka. The official press release from the AG’s office cited AG Kobach as:

“Pfizer made multiple misleading statements to deceive the public about its vaccine at a time when Americans needed the truth.”

The lawsuit filed against Pfizer in Thomas County District Court includes a number of complaints against Pfizer’s claims to sell its COVID vaccine to the public, including:

  • misleading the people on the health risks, including those to pregnant women and for myocarditis, associated with the shots;
  • claiming that the vaccine protected against COVID variants while the scientific data showed otherwise;
  • suggesting that the vaccine prevented COVID transmission but later admitting that it never studied the vaccine for curbing transmission of infection.

The lawsuit also addresses Pfizer’s coordination with social media to censor criticism of its COVID-19 shots. In addition, the lawsuit points at Pfizer’s refusal to participate in the federal government’s vaccine development program, dubbed as Operation Warp Speed, seemingly to avoid government oversight during the vaccine development. According to Kansas City Star, the lawsuit seeks monetary damages from Pfizer without specifying any amount.

Reporting on the lawsuit, LifeSite News wrote (June 18) that if successful this case would mark “a turning point in the ongoing battle against the controversial injections.”

The story noted that the Kansas lawsuit comes at a time when a grand jury in Florida, formed at the request of Governor Ron DeSantis, is investigating the manufacturing and rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines. In February this year, the jury released its first interim report, which determined that the lockdowns did more harm than good and wearing masks failed to stop COVID transmission. The report also noted that COVID-19 was “statistically almost harmless” to children as well as to most adults; finally that it is “highly likely” that the numbers of COVID hospitalization were inflated.

As some conservative lawmakers and leaders are trying to dig into the well-guarded secrets of COVID-19 and the role of various stakeholders in the health emergency, the Biden administration is actively engaged in blocking such efforts. Last week, as reported on JusttheNews.com, Biden’s Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services tried to delay the public release of COVID-19 vaccine safety data until at least 2026. The news organization sought to get the data under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and wrote:

“The Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services asked U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton this week to issue an 18-month stay that keeps them from having to release the Food and Drug Administration’s data.”

Meanwhile, the serious health risks associated with the COVID shots, particularly the mRNA vaccines of Pfizer and Moderna, are being revealed by independent researchers and medical professionals. Earlier this year, British neuroscientist Dr. Kevin McCairn explained how the spike proteins created by the mRNA vaccines in the body are potentially leading to a host of “prion diseases” ranging from neurological problems to heart disease and even cancer in those infected.

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  1. frank stetson

    Once again, Dempsey cannot stretch beyond his jaded, warped, sense of conservatism while tying loose ends together to fraudulently fabricate a fake conspiracy. He neither covers this story adequately while adding all sorts of strangely related and unrelated tidbits.

    Kansas is suing, that’s for sure, and it’s a joke that Dempsey is too stupid to grasp. There are a number of other states doing the same, but he neglects that little factoid.

    Will Dempsey print a story after this case collapses? I am all for airing the truth, but you guys are just throwing money to lawyers to salve your paranoia fears. The first charge or Dempsey lie: “misleading the people on the health risks, including those to pregnant women and for myocarditis, associated with the shots.” And to refute it, the FDA commissioner in 2021 said in a statement that the risk was very low and the vaccine benefits continue to outweigh the risks. The Fed said the danger was 2.7 cases per million for 5-11 old BOYS and 48-12 to 15 yr old’s, 74-16 to 17 year old’s. Dempsey also left out that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in June 2021, six months after rollout, put out a warning notice for these issues and more, and specified the targets as noted above. So, Kansas, and more ———–good luck.

    For preggo’s, Dempsey claims, “misleading the people on the health risks, including those to pregnant women” What he left out was: a 2023 review of 21 studies by the U.S. National Institutes of Health concluded that COVID vaccines were not linked to miscarriage.” ———— good luck to Kansas and the others.

    He then submits his next piece of the Kansas case: “claiming that the vaccine protected against COVID variants while the scientific data showed otherwise” what can I say ———good luck because I never saw Pfizer do that. Then he goes totally off the rails stating “suggesting that the vaccine prevented COVID transmission but later admitting that it never studied the vaccine for curbing transmission of infection.” Can’t wait to see this one as yes, during testing there was hope, but I am pretty sure it was dashed early on.

    Bottom line: GO FOR IT. That’s what our legal system is for, to find out the truth. While I see this as a complete waste of resources to profit a few greedy lawyers, the only real question is: WILL YOU BELIEVE THE OUTCOME. I know I will, maybe it will change my mind, but I doubt it. And if it fails, will you STILL believe? And therein is the rub. Epilog: Dempsey SUCKS as a journalist and this one is not only misleading, but hovers really close to misinformation of the physically harmful variety.

    That’s the case. But wait, there’s more. Apparently having finished the case it’s time to wander through the conspiracy laden brain of The Dumpster. First up, “ Life Site News wrote (June 18) that if successful this case would mark “a turning point in the ongoing battle against the controversial injections.” No it won’t. It’s one vaccine, not the entire industry, and all it will do is slow testing so you could get your 2020 vaccine in 2022 if still living. And remember, this was TRUMPS program….it’s on his watch. Still think they screwed the pooch? Are you saying Trump FORCE Pfizer to deliver before the testing was complete and everything Dumpster needed to know to not get the vaccine was in his hands so he could feel better about the decision he already made —- as more and more people died for him to get his answers?

    Next up in queue of non-sequiturs, Florida reports their lockdowns harmed a lot of people and masks useless. Florida hospitals rejoiced at the savings in the operating room alone. Florida only discovered that covid was statistically almost harmless and those millions really did not die. At least in Florida where they count things differently because we aren’t in Kansas anymore. What the fuck does this have to do with that? All that is learned is that Florida looks like a dangling chad of a penis for a reason.

    Dumbshit closes with this gem: “Earlier this year, British neuroscientist Dr. Kevin McCairn explained how the spike proteins created by the mRNA vaccines in the body are potentially leading to a host of “prion diseases” ranging from neurological problems to heart disease and even cancer in those infected.” But he failed to leave out the conclusion of McCairn: I don’t really fucking have a clue but if you just fund me, I will find the answer. I can say the same for my special investigation into the crimes of Dempsey starting with that AI photo highlighting the fact that the earnest Ernest is no longer….. he has been replaced by the pod people and if you fund me, I will find the truth!

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    • Rick

      Go get the next prick frank. I’m sure you will be first in line. frank stetson and Dr Falsie sitting in a tree.

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    • Tom

      Good summary Frank! Thanks for filling in the other side of truth.

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  2. Frank stetson

    Yes Rick, I did get the vaccine but I did not get covid yet. My family got it, most got covid but mild. So far, no downside we can see. But sure, there is always risk. And for new things, new learnings. But I trust science. And medicine. Even though I have issues with both. First in line?, depends on current disease status and available shots. There may be a combo flu and covid vaccine but not sure if flu side is mrna or not. Would rather not be first for flu mrna version. No risk to me on egg version.

    Have shingrix, couple versions, and couple of pneumonia too. Skipped rsv. Numbers too low. Tetnus, the whole nine yards. Why not? Vaccines are proven to be one of the safest industries out there. Rarely an issue. Great testing.

    But hey, if you stand against what Trump got himself and a project he is proudest off, that’s on you. If you think Trump screwed you on the vaccine, there’s a way you can get him back. 😁

    Dr. Fauci is a great man and only a deplorable would say different. What you guys did and are doing to him is deplorable. In America, I guess we can choose some vaccines, others were mandated. So feel free to follow witch doctors and voo doo, I’ll take science and medicine.

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  3. Andrew Gutterman

    I got Covid after the first set of shots. Best thing that ever happened to me. For a full week and more the pain from my spinal stenosis was gone, after 10+ years of mostly continuous pain. What a relief! I only wish I had gotten long Covid.

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    • Frank stetson

      Andrew, I am glad it worked out and that the vaccine was so beneficial. Good thing not in Florida cuz it doesn’t work there.

      You have another chance this fall 👍

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      • Frank stetson

        Andrew, I hope you passed those findings to the cdc and your vaccine maker. Could help others.

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        • tom

          Now if we could just find a Horist vaccine so that I could get rid of this pain in my ass!!!

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          • Frank stetson

            I’m already taking Horist pills to unharsh my sugar mellow.

    • Tom

      Good to hear of your pain relief! I hope you stay pain free!

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  4. Tom

    I think it will be tough for Kansas to win their case. I do know before the release of the first version of the Pfizer there was a sample test done by Pfizer. The size was around 60,000. My brother was one of them. His wife did not take the test sample. She got Covid, he did not. I did two shots of Pfizer and one of Moderna. Never had a problem with either. Never got Covid. But I may not be the best study sample. AT the time, I was single, no kids, no grandkids, retired and working from home on the internet, I maintain a minimal social life, prefer to be at home working my gardens and making wine, etc. I modified my behavior to go to food store during very off hours, wore a mask always, cleaned knobs with anti-bac wipes, went to gas pumps at off hours.

    I do wonder about the accuracy of the article because: 1) My brother was involved in the initials trials before the vaccine was ever released; 2) I do remember some warnings if a person has cardiac issues and some other issues, 3) Pfizer did do surveys of recipients because I got one. Not sure anymore if it was because the VA Medical Hospital used Pfizer or if it was from Pfizer.

    Good luck Kansas! I survived Covid in part I believe due to Pfizer! I know of anti-vaxers in my area that did not survive.

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  5. Frank stetson

    I was probably reversed favoring moderna, but really not caring. And yes, I am off the grid and will probably stay so. At over 65, with the world not in my boat and able to do so, why not. Just started going back to shows, Rudgen and Bonnie Raitt so far. Just turned down free matchbox 20 tickets, the venue was so kind to offer. But had lower risk seats for both so still careful and will continue as risk continues. Amazing how we destroyed the data feeds but most rhe nation not at my risk, it’s an election year, and so what we don’t know helps Joe.

    Circle of life that leaves me going the other way wondering why we didn’t tackle nursing home flu deaths years ago. Just seems cruel not to take extra precautions during season to protect these ignored folks that doe because of our negligence.

    But haven’t been in a grocery since 2020 and that’s just so cool. Same for walmart. Discovered amazon and waiting for drone delivery. There are upsides!

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    • Tom

      Well where I live is country. We do not have Amazon UAV service but the good news is we got indoor plumbing thank’s to covid. No more running down to the local ethyl pump!!! And my gardening skills are vastly improved. From May to November I do not have to buy veggies.

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  6. Frank stetson

    Tom, rural nj which to this country boy is exurban plus farms when i came, only a few now. And we gots cable, amazon, dominoes delivers, but most important for wife, wine guy will exceed his limits if I get a case and my old buddy Doug’s kids modernized and I can get my erie wine to nj now. Had to ship phili beer to friends in scranton before but with heritage as a puddler, just had to buy puddler’s brew.

    Lots of mail order. Newest is purdue farms. Md’s best. Goota love it, they grew chicken business with fresh, orange chicken via marigold diet. It worked. Purdue Farms does frozen, it’s better. Flash frozen and shipped to you in better than fresh with multiple hops to store. Funny. Great nicely cared for beef too. Co-op with neiman farms.

    Being nj, bagels from brooklyn, candy from the beach, and now nuts.com. Kids took over 70 year business and went internet. Get my syrup from the divide in MD, 100 year family farm most certainly not internet. All these places are real people who will always help you more than big business.

    Oh yeah, stone crab claws from Horist country once a year using my new Florida Cracker (I think of Larry). At the Captain’s they taught me tge way ofcthe claw and the cracker so I don’t need stitches and dental this year.

    Nope, except for the box recycling, life pretty good in this jungle. And summertime is time for company.

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