by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

Our thanks to W.G. (and many others of you) who spotted this story and sent it along, because it’s one of those stories that may explain a lot in recent news, things like falling stock prices in Big Pharma and some of its representative firms: Muck Pharmaceuticals, Phhhtfizer,  Notsomoderna Potions and Brews, I.G. Farbensanto (woops… sorry, I forgot, that’s  Big Agra…It’s getting so difficult to keep all the different poisoners separate these days).  Anyway, where was I?

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Oh yes, I was talking about a story many of you spotted and sent to me, but we’re going with the version shared by W.G., because it’s straight off of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s website, and when it comes to things like this, I have a tendency to trust him and not the lamestream propatainment media.  After all, he literally wrote the book on Dr. Fausti, and has taken these Too Big To Hold Accountable firms to court, and won. So like I said, the story explains falling stock prices in those Big Pharma firms, as well as explaining why Swampington,  D.C. is urging the swamp to prepare by hiring more lawyers to deal with the crush of lawsuits to come.  It also may explain the strange attempt by the allies of the infamous Texas Schrubb famdamnly political dynasty to impeach Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton, because Mr. Paxton is bringing a state lawsuit against Phhhtfizer for, get this, false advertizing concerning the safety of its injections (this after, you might recall, the concerted effort to change dictionary definitions of vaccines so that the new experimental injections could be marketed as such):

Note Paxton’s approach, and the danger it spells for the Big Pharma participants in the planscamdemic, at least, in the USSA:

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday sued Pfizer alleging the drugmaker made “false, misleading and deceptive claims” about its COVID-19 vaccine and tried to intimidate and censor critics who questioned those claims or cited facts that countered them.

According to the lawsuit, Pfizer’s marketing claims about the efficacy, duration of protection and ability of its COVID-19 vaccine to prevent transmission violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

The lawsuit also alleges Pfizer cited misleading statistics, concealed negative data and made unsupported statements about efficacy against variants like Delta.

“We are pursuing justice for the people of Texas, many of whom were coerced by tyrannical vaccine mandates to take a defective product sold by lies,” Paxton said in a press release. “The facts are clear. Pfizer did not tell the truth about their COVID-19 vaccines.”

When the failure of its product became apparent, “Pfizer then pivoted to silencing truth-tellers.”

The suit cites complaints made by former U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official Scott Gottlieb on X (formerly Twitter) about vaccine skeptics.

Paxton is seeking over $10 million in civil penalties, plus injunctive relief barring Pfizer from making claims about vaccine efficacy similar to those challenged in the lawsuit.

And then there’s this little gem:

“Pfizer has so far escaped accountability about the potential health problems like myocarditis, thanks to sweeping liability protections granted to pharmaceutical companies” by the PREP (Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness) Act, wrote The Federalist, which argued Paxton’s legal strategy of “fraudulent activity” may succeed because it “falls outside the scope of legal immunity.”

Ray Flores, senior outside counsel to Children’s Health Defense, told The Defender Paxton’s investigation of vaccine manufacturers announced in May “evidently bore fruit.”

“In my opinion and consistent with existing case law, this suit correctly pleads that state laws such as the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act are not barred by the PREP Act,” Flores said.

“I believe that other suits, including other consumer fraud and shareholder derivative suits, as well as other law and motion pleadings, will greatly benefit from the complaint’s details,” he said. “Depositions and other discovery will produce even more gems.”

Flores said his greatest hope is that information in the Texas suit will prompt the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or the U.S. Attorney General “to finally initiate an enforcement action against the vaccine manufacturers for not being completely forthright with the FDA on the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.”

Under the PREP Act, plaintiffs are prevented from suing vaccine manufacturers unless an enforcement action has been completed, Flores said.  (Italicized emphases addded)

There you have it: Mr. Paxton’s state lawsuit can do several things, if successful (1) allow state laws that concern product fraud to go forward, and establish a legal precedent that federal immunities do not cloak corporations in state courts (an interesting point of law in and of itself); (2) even if the Federal jurisdiction is upheld in such cases, the proof of fraudulent activity in (a) the advertising and promotion of the experimental injections, or the misrepresentation or withholding of data from the federal government, will strip any company — in this case Phhhtfizer — of any legal immunities, and that, as the article points out, is probably the ultimate goal of Mr. Paxton’s suit.

But watch out for that warning that the article also notes, because that is the real ticking time bomb in all this: discovery. Imagine uncovering as part of legal discovery what all those emails back and forth between the Food and Drug (Mis)Administration, and Big Pharma, might show.  Imagine digging into the biographies of the people sending and receiving those emails.  “I see here, Mr. Bob N. Weeve, that you were an experimental therapies geneticist with Notsomoderna Potions and Brews, before becoming head of research and development at Phhhtfizer, before becoming vice president of I.G. Farbensanto’s experimental plant quackcination program, before you moved to the Food and Drug (Mis)Administration as chairpersonhood  — by the way, what are your pronouns again? — of the New Drug Lackadaisical Testing and Emergency Certification Department”, or “Tell me again, Mr. Grafton Swag, what you did at the FDA before becoming Director of Media Relations for Crudd Phramaceuticals LLC… was that before or after your short stint with the Baal and Malevolent Gates Foundation?”

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