Payam Javan: Pfizer scientists were recorded discussing the existence of natural immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19 with undercover reporters, with one claiming that employees had been warned not to mention the protection publicly.
After recovering from COVID-19, humans obtain natural immunity, which protects them against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.
A trio of scientists at Pfizer was recorded speaking to undercover reporters about the existence of natural immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19, with one saying employees had been told not to discuss the protection publicly.
Natural immunity refers to the protection people enjoy against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus after recovering from COVID-19.
“When somebody is naturally immune—like they got COVID—they probably have better, like not better, but more antibodies against the virus,” said Nick Carl, one of the scientists.
“So your antibodies are probably better at that point than the vaccination,” he added later.
Chris Croce, another scientist at Pfizer, told an undercover reporter that people are “probably more” protected by natural immunity when compared with vaccination.
“You’re protected most likely for longer since there was a natural response,” he said.
Rahul Khandke, a third alleged Pfizer scientist, claims that staff has been forced to attend numerous seminars in which they are told that getting the company’s vaccination is safer than having COVID-19 and that they are not allowed to discuss the differences in public.
“Logically though, if you have antibodies built up, you should be able to prove that you have those built up. I don’t know, potentially that doesn’t seem that crazy,” he said.
In the United States, the company manufactures the most widely used COVID-19 vaccination. As of Oct. 5, more than 230 million doses had been provided. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson sell COVID-19 vaccinations to the federal government, which then distributes them to Americans for free. The companies have secured more than $60 billion in contracts through 2022, with billions more on the way from booster doses.
Natural immunity’s potency has been demonstrated in a growing number of investigations, particularly in certain demographics. Natural immunity, according to some experts, is comparable to or better than vaccination. However, according to government regulators and some other experts, almost everyone, regardless of prior infection, should get vaccinated. They claim that immunizations enhance the protection that recovery provides.
Natural immunity is rarely if ever, discussed by executives at vaccine companies like Pfizer.