A Pfizer director pushed Twitter to censor critics of COVID-19 vaccines while denying his actions, according to the most recent Twitter Files drop.
Former FDA commissioner, CNBC contributor and current Pfizer Director Dr. Scott Gottliebpressured Twitter to censor tweets critical of COVID-19 vaccines, former New York Timesjournalist Alex Berenson said in the latest installment of the Twitter Files. Not only was Gottlieb pushing purely positive coverage of Pfizer’s product, but Gottlieb even publicly denied that he was exerting censorship pressure. The Pfizer director also “used the same Twitter lobbyist the White House did.”
Berenson tweeted a short thread and Substack article Jan. 9 exposing how even a top medical expert was censored due to Gottlieb’s pressure. Gottlieb is head of Pfizer’s regulatory and compliance committee.
Gottlieb reportedly told Twitter public policy senior manager Todd O’Boyle in August 2021 that a tweet from former Acting FDA Commissioner and WHO board member Brett Giroir “claiming CORRECTLY that natural immunity was superior to vaccine immunity” was actually “’corrosive’” and might possibly “go viral,” according to Berenson.
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