Ken Paxton Leads the Charge
Texas Attorney General sues Pfizer for misrepresenting COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and conspiring to censor public discourse.
During the 1948 presidential election campaign, President Truman delivered a speech attacking the Republicans. During the speech, a supporter yelled out, "Give 'em Hell, Harry!" Truman replied, "I don't give them Hell. I just tell the truth about them, and they think it's Hell."
I was reminded of Truman’s remark yesterday when I saw the news that Texas Attorney Ken Paxton is suing Pfizer “for misrepresenting COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and conspiring to censor public discourse.” Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have gotten the overwhelming impression that most of what we hear from most politicians and their buddies in the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex consists of fraudulent misrepresentations of everything, starting with the origin of the virus.
Earlier this fall I was delighted to see Ken Paxton vanquish the insufferable weenies who tried to take him down. Now comes the news that he’s suing Pfizer.
As many readers of this Substack are aware, this isn’t the first time Pfizer has been sued for fraud. In 2009, the company was found guilty of the largest healthcare fraud in U.S. corporate history. A leopard never changes its spots.
Please read Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Press Release and share the link with your friends.
Give ‘em Hell, Ken!