A recent video featuring Robert Kennedy Jr. discussing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials was removed by Elon Musk’s social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
In the video, Kennedy highlighted data from Pfizer’s own clinical trials, revealing a higher mortality rate among those who received the mRNA injections compared to those given a placebo. Despite this, Pfizer and the FDA declared the product “100% effective,” a claim that Kennedy criticized as misleading.
The removal of the video clip has raised questions about X’s commitment to free speech, particularly after its owner, Elon Musk, affirmed that “free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy.” However, under the leadership of CEO Linda Yaccarino, a former advertising chief at NBCUniversal and current chairperson of the World Economic Forum’s Taskforce on Future of Work, X seems to be reverting to its previous practice of suppressing speech challenging official government narratives.
Kennedy’s comments were made during an interview with podcast host Brian Rose. He stated, “As soon as they started clinical trials, they started seeing injuries, they started seeing waning efficacy—very fast.” He also revealed that during Pfizer’s clinical trial of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, 21 people died in the vaccine group versus 17 in the placebo group.
Despite these figures, Kennedy explained that public figures like Dr. Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, and President Joe Biden claimed the vaccine was “100% effective.” This, according to Kennedy, resulted in a misunderstanding among Americans who believed the vaccine would completely protect them from contracting COVID-19.
Kennedy also pointed out that Pfizer’s own data showed a significant risk of cardiac arrest among those who received the vaccine. He said, “What it also means is that for every life they save by preventing a death from COVID, they are killing four people from cardiac arrest.”
Following the removal of the video, users reported being blocked from sharing the post. The video had already amassed over 500,000 views, according to the original poster, Vigilant Fox. Edward Dowd, a data analyst tracking all-cause mortality since the COVID vaccine rollout, supported Kennedy’s claims, stating, “The all-cause mortality of the vaccine group was 23 percent higher than the all-cause mortality of the placebo group.”
These developments come amidst speculation that new COVID vaccine mandates could be imposed on Americans, regardless of their vaccination status, as suggested by President Biden.