From Steve Bannon’s War Room:
Naomi Wolf reported earlier that over 3,000 volunteers are researching the FDA/ Pfizer documents that were released under a court order. We previously reported several weeks ago that the researchers found that some Moderna doses contained 100 micrograms of spike protein, lipid nanoparticles and mRNA compared to Pfizer that contained 30 micrograms of these active ingredients in their jabs. Pfizer’s internal documents stated that thae higher level of active ingredients were too dangerous to use. Wolf noted that Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said that he reached out to the embassies from all over the world and begged them to take the Moderna shots and they all refused. A number of European countries are now trying to renegotiate their contracts with COVID vaccine manufacturers to be released because they no longer want to buy more of the harmful injections. Politico wrote that the European Commission secured up to 4.2 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines, nearly ten times the population of the EU. Of those, 1.3 billion have been delivered so far. Poland is leading the movement to break its contracts, and Romania, Denmark, Slovakia, Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Finland, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Czech Republic, Lithuania and Bulgaria are also interested in canceling their orders for COVID-19 “vaccine” injections.
From the Daily Wire:
After two-and-a-half years of COVID-19, we’re all moving on. Sure, the virus is still there, albeit generally less dangerous with the Omicron variant, but many Americans no longer don masks and regular life has mostly returned.
The whole “moving on” thing has one serious effect on vaccine makers.
“It’s sad to say, I’m in the process of throwing 30 million doses into the garbage because nobody wants them,” Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel said this week. “We have a big demand problem.”
Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna:
"it's sad to say, I'm in the process of throwing 30 million doses in the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem."
— Efron Monsanto 🇨🇦🚜🚛 (@realmonsanto) May 23, 2022
Speaking to an audience at the World Economic Forum, Bancel also said efforts to contact various governments have failed.
“We right now have governments – we tried to contact … through the embassies in Washington. Every country, and nobody wants to take them,” he said.
“The issue in many countries is that people don’t want vaccines,” he added.