Tweets that questioned the Pfizer vaccine were flagged by the vaccine board member.
The Twitter Files were released by reporter Alex Berenson as the 13th installment. There was strong advice from the side of authorities that the citizens of the nation should get vaccinated gains the global pandemic. The board of the vaccine Pfizer has repeatedly urged people to take the vaccination.
Many tweets had appeared then which argued that the natural immunity against the vaccination was far more advanced than the vaccine-generated immunity. There were also posts by others that questioned the effectiveness of the vaccine. It is now rumored that Dr. Scott Gottlieb one of the board members of the vaccine had taken measures to pressurize Twitter to dig into such posts.
The reported post was made by a government official and it got circulated around with a misleading label. Brett P. Giroir an ex-admiral of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and pediatrician had tweeted on the cause. His tweet read that it was now clear COVID-19 natural immunity is superior to vaccine immunity by a lot.
It went on and read that there was no scientific justification for vax proof if a person had a prior infection. He mentioned the handles of the Director of CDC and the President of the United States of America and asked them to follow the science. He wrote get vaccinated with an exclamation mark at the end of his tweet prior to which he posed a question of “if no previous infection?”
The tweet that was posted at 9: 49 PM on August 27, 20221 was flagged as misleading. The description read that learn why health officials recommend a vaccine for most people and had another link attached to find out more about the cause. The Twitter post was also restricted in a manner that no one could like or reply to the post nor share the tweet.
On seeing this post Dr. Scott Gottlieb had sent an internal email to the higher hierarchy of the tweet giant. In the email, he had attached a copy of the doctor’s tweet and he commented that was the kind of stuff that was corrosive, He went on to point out that via the tweet the doctor had drawn a sweeping conclusion off a single retrospective study in Israel that has not been peer-reviewed. He further said that such a tweet would end up going viral and would drive news coverage.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb was the 23rd commissioner of the FDA (the Food and Drug Administration) and his political interests are invested in the Republican party. In June 2019 he was selected as the independent member of the board of directors in Pfizer by-election. Scott Gottlieb has been serving as the advisor to many government bodies and is a member of many boards.
He has repeatedly flagged another tweet also. It was the tweet by Justin Hart, COVID-19 policy critic, and Substack writer. Hart’s tweet read that sticks and stones may break my bones but a viral pathogen with a child mortality rate of ~0% has cost our children nearly three years of schooling.
The Pfizer vaccine is in the final stage of getting sanctioned to be used on children aged between 5 and 11. Alex Berenson considers this as a milestone step for the vaccine manufacturing company.
He viewed that the reason for Gottlieb’s objection to the words of Justin Hart was not yet clear but the Pfizer vaccine shot would soon be approved for the children in the pre-teen category which would represent another massive market for Pfizer. He added that this could only happen if the parent community of the children between these ages could be convinced Covid was a real threat to their kids.
Berenson was also restricted from the platform of Twitter. However, thinks that Gottlieb had also made him as his target that’s when Twitter itself imposed the restrictions on him. His Twitter user account had a status of permanently suspended. Berenson had waged a legal war with the social media platform and was able to get his account reinstated in the July of 2022.
Gottlieb has responded to the Twitter files and the controversial revelations of Berenson. He said that he has raised concerns about with Twitter in the past about the safety of others and himself and the threats that were being made on the platform.
His concerns had included direct as well as specific threats. He went on to state that sometimes the threats included statements that he believed were purposely false and inflammatory.
He continued that the selective disclosure of his private communications with the Twitter Response and Strategy Team would serve as stokes the threat environment.
He added that another threat was in the form of actions that empower people who had shown little restraint when it comes to purposeful vitriol, He concluded that it has instigated more menacing dialogues with potentially serious consequences.