Paxton's lawsuit against Pfizer's claims for its "vaccine" against Covid
Pfizer designed the trial such that “defined COVID-19 cases” were counted starting only seven days after a participant received the second of two shots (at least 28 days after the first shot). Put differently, COVID-19 cases that occurred before that point—that is, between shot one and seven days after shot two—were not considered when evaluating the efficacy of Pfizer’s vaccine. That was a highly significant qualifier because 409 “[s]uspected” COVID-19 cases occurred after the participant received the first vaccine shot, but before seven days elapsed after taking the second shot. Id. at 41. By contrast, only 287 suspected COVID-19 cases occurred among placebo recipients in that same interval. In other words, more people in the trial’s treatment group experienced COVID-19 than in the placebo group, even though the former had taken at least one ostensibly immunity enhancing dose.
Pfizer’s misleading claims":
To advance its commercial interests, Pfizer began laying groundwork to mislead the public well before it received the EUA for its vaccine. For example, in July 2020, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla talked about how “the vaccine [works] in humans.” He said that it creates immune responses that are “able to kill the virus” and that “th[e] vaccine can neutralize the virus.” But, as the EUA data later showed, Pfizer measured efficacy only against symptomatic COVID-19—not whether the vaccine “neutralized” or “killed” the virus.
Pfizer concealed and, ultimately, never informed the public of the highly material fact that amongst the general population Pfizer’s own trial results showed that the vaccine would reduce the incidence of the non-vaccinated contracting COVID-19 by less than one percent.
Taken alone and in combination, Pfizer’s misleading statements created the false impression that 95% of vaccine recipients would never obtain COVID-19, full stop.
The FDA recommends using Absolute Risk Reduction when communicating vaccine efficacy.
How many people would have risked their lives, and their children’s lives on an experimental product knowing their risk was under 1% —based on Pfizer’s suspect data. While the risk of death from Covid is almost nil for young people.
And the risk of injury and death is real: Home - OpenVAERS.