European Parliament votes to keep secret Pfizer contracts withheld from public

European Members of Parliament (MEPs) have voted to keep its contracts with Pfizer and other Covid-19 “vaccine” companies a secret, successfully blocking public access to vital data regarding the EU’s dealings with shady Big Pharma enterprises.

In a vote 254-349 vote that defeated the transparency measure, a coalition of Davos-aligned parties prevailed in stopping the contract information from becoming widely available.

The scandal began when news surfaced that Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, had negotiated a backchannel mRNA injection deal with Pfizer’s Albert Bourla, which reaped massive profits for the pharmaceutical company.