Rebel News founder Ezra Levant and reporter Avi Yemini bombarded Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine while he was in Davos, Switzerland, attending the World Economic Forum.
The two journalists hit Bourla with a whopping 29 questions while he was out for a stroll on Wednesday — all of which he refused to answer.
“Between Avi and I, we asked 29 questions. Everything we have been wanting to ask the Pfizer CEO for three years — from how much he has personally profited from the pandemic, to how much he has paid others to promote his vaccines, to important questions about when he knew his vaccines didn’t actually stop transmission, and why he kept it a secret,” Levant wrote on Rebel News.
The questioning began when Levant spotted him walking and asked, “Mr. Bourla, can I ask you when did you know that the vaccines didn’t stop transmission? How long did you know that without saying it publicly? We now know that the vaccines didn’t stop transmission, but why did you keep it secret? You said it was 100% effective, then 90%, then 80%, then 70%. But we now know that the vaccines do not stop transmission. Why did you keep that secret?”
Bourla told Levant to “have a nice day,” and declined to answer.
We finally asked him all the questions the mainstream media refuses to ask.
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) January 18, 2023
“I won’t have a nice day until I know the answer. Why did you keep it a secret that your vaccine did not stop transmission?” Levant continued to press.
At this point, Yemini joined in and asked, “is it time to apologize to the world, sir? To give refunds back to the countries that poured all their money into your vaccine that doesn’t work, your ineffective vaccine? Are you not ashamed of what you’ve done in the last couple of years?”
“Are you proud of it?” Yemini continued. “You’ve made millions on the backs of people’s entire livelihoods. How does that feel to walk the streets as a millionaire? On the backs of the regular person at home in Australia, in England, and Canada?”
It was quickly apparent that the duo wasn’t getting any answers from him, but they continued to ask anyways.
“What do you think about on your yacht, sir?” Levant questioned. “What do you think about on your private jet? Are you worried about product liability? Are you worried about myocarditis? What do you have to say about young men dropping dead of heart attacks every day? Why won’t you answer these basic questions?”
“How much money have you personally made off the vaccine?” Levant continued.
Yemini came in hard, asking, “how many boosters do you think it’ll take for you to be happy enough with your earnings?”
If Congress or the Media had been doing their jobs, the CEO of Pfizer would have been asked these questions over a year ago. https://t.co/LcDuBehPew
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 19, 2023
Rep. Thomas Massie weighed in on Twitter, quote-tweeting the video and writing, “if Congress or the Media had been doing their jobs, the CEO of Pfizer would have been asked these questions over a year ago.”