Pfizer: “Nobody Was Forced to Have a Vaccine”

Wow. They spit in your face and tell you it’s raining. Thousands lost their jobs, their livelihoods, their healthcare….

Amsterdam, January 2022.

Anti-lockdown protestors are viciously attacked by the police.

This is what they did to people’s rights.

They did this in the name of science.

It was not science.

It was evil.

— Kevin Bass PhD MS (@kevinnbass) August 7, 2023

By: Yudi Sherman, Frontline News, August 7, 2023:

Australian Pfizer officials last week tried to claim no one was forced to take the COVID-19 injections, instead saying people were “offered an opportunity” to take the shots.

Pfizer’s Head of Regulatory Sciences Dr. Brian Hewitt made the comments during an Australian Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee hearing. Dr. Hewitt and his colleague Pfizer Country Medical Director Dr. Krishan Thiru were hauled before the committee last week as part of an ongoing COVID-19 inquiry and were subjected to questioning by several senators.

Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson expressed her shock after Dr. Hewitt commented that nobody had been forced to take the injection.

“You were in Australia during COVID-19,” said Hanson. “You must have been fully aware that people—nurses, doctors—people, to have their jobs, to keep their jobs, were forced to have the vaccination. Now do you retract your statement that they were not forced?”

But Dr. Hewitt reaffirmed his claim that there had been no vaccine mandate, only an “opportunity”.

“Senator, no, I believe firmly that nobody was forced to have a vaccine. Mandates are vaccine requirements determined by governments and health authorities. Our belief, everybody was offered an opportunity to get a vaccine or not get a vaccine. I don’t believe that anybody was forced to get a vaccine,” said Dr. Hewitt.

“A lot of Australians will disagree with you on that one,” replied Hanson.

Australia’s vaccine mandate — which promised “freedom” to those who took the shots — was accompanied by dangerous rhetoric from government officials. Australia’s Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner said in November 2021 that anyone who opposed the mandate or so much as gave comfort to someone who opposed the mandate would be considered an “anti-vaxxer.”