Pfizer Representative's Full Hearing in the Special COVID Committee of the European Parliament
Here is the full hearing in which Janine Small of Pfizer (in place of CEO Albert Bourla) answers "No" to the now-famous question by Dutch MEP Robert Ross: "Was the Pfizer covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? If not, please say it clearly." (I also flag up a press conference the following day.)
Here is the time-stamp of Robert Roos's question (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A2ZkW8pUWg&t=3158s)
Here is the time-stamp of Janine Small's answer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A2ZkW8pUWg&t=3502s) [Please note that she answers a different point first. It's also worth watching her use the opportunity as a PR exercise for Pfizer.]
- Here is the press conference by the six MEPs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jTgDj7uiX8) [MEP Francesca Donato (Italy); MEP Cristian Terhes (Romania); MEP Virginie Jeron (France); MEP Sylvia Limmer (Germany); MEP Ivan Sincic (Croatia); MEP Christine Anderson (Germany)]
As many have pointed out, the attempted justification for Covid Passports was framed in terms of the supposed ability of the "vaccines" to stop, or at least significantly reduce, community transmission of the virus. Yet we are now told that Pfizer had not tested their product for effectiveness against transmission. This was also the basis upon which widespread discrimination against the unvaccinated was encouraged.