Judge Orders Pfizer to Disclose Vax Ingredients Linked to Nanobots

(John McCannHeadline USA) A Uruguayan Judge has issued a court order requiring Pfizer to reveal their COVID-19 vaccine information, including any evidence of “graphine oxide” or “nanotechnological elements.”

The pharmaceutical titan was ordered to present all of their evidence in 48 hours, according to the Independent Sentinel. The judge also required the Uruguayan government to pass on any information.

According to the decision, “the Executive and the US laboratory must provide documentation on the composition of the vaccines, including the possible presence of ‘graphene oxide’ or ‘nanotechnological elements.” The “harmlessness” of the biochemical composition has also been called into question by the court, due to its “experimental nature.”

The Uruguayan magistrate also asked authorities to “explain whether alternative anti-covid-19 therapies have been studied” and “if not, clarify why these solutions were not explored.” A special look will also be given to the vaccines adverse effects, especially regarding children.

Scrutiny will be given to the government’s contract with Pfizer to see if the documents contain “civil indemnity or criminal impunity for suppliers regarding the occurrence of possible adverse effects.” This could open the door for more civil cases regarding vaccine side effects.

Pfizer and other vaccine producers have refused to divulge what ingredients make up their mRNA gene modification. This is despite the fact that they hold patents on the vaccine and are immune from any product liability. This secrecy has raised alarm among members of the legal and medical communities.

These controversial vaccines did not go through the traditional peer review process. Doctors/scientists not employed by Pfizer were not allowed to review the content of the drugs for any reason. Thus, these legal challenges are beginning to gain momentum around the world.

Lawsuits in India and the United States, as well as the court order in Uruguay, have the potential to shed more light on vaccine operations.

In the United States, a whistleblower has sued Pfizer. The suit alleged that the company provided the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data that they knew was fraudulent in order to get the drug approved for emergency use during the pandemic.

This is not the first time Pfizer has found themselves in legal trouble. In 2009, the company was fined $2.3 billion as they were in violation of the False Claims Act. This punishment was handed down due to charges that Pfizer illegally marketed unapproved off-label products by the FDA. This was the largest healthcare fraud settlement in the history of the U.S. Department of Justice.

If these lawsuits hit their mark, Pfizer’s liability waver regarding the effects of their vaccines could be negated. This could lead to a multitude of lawsuits seeking damages against the company. The possible presence of nano-technology could also lead to a myriad of legal and medical questions and concerns.