IF governors can conclude secret agreements with entities beyond the scope of any law, i.e. override at will existing laws and public protections to the detriment of those they govern, where does that leave the rule of law? That is what the US Federal Government has done with Pfizer, a company with a criminal record for fraudulent marketing, under the vague title of Other Transaction Authority (OTA).
Brook Jackson is a whistleblower who, in 2020, worked briefly for a large Texan research group, Ventavia, contracted by Pfizer to conduct Covid-19 vaccine clinical trials. She was a regional director and raised concerns with her superiors about data integrity and poor practices she witnessed. Once she realised that no action was being taken to address those concerns, she filed a complaint with the Food and Drug Administration on September 25, 2020, listing a dozen points, after which she was fired with immediate effect.
In January 2021 she filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, Ventavia and ICON PLC in the Eastern District of Texas under the False Claims Act, alleging the companies ‘deliberately withheld crucial information from the United States that calls the safety and efficacy of the vaccine into question’.
The lawsuit stated: ‘Defendants concealed violations of both their clinical trial protocol and federal regulations, including falsification of clinical trial documents. Due to the Defendants’ scheme, millions of Americans have received a misbranded vaccination which is potentially not as effective as represented.’
Core allegations included:
· Making or using false records or statements to cause claims to be made;
· Presentation of false and/or fraudulent claims;
· Making or using false records or statements material to false/or fraudulent claims;
But the case was placed under seal. If the evidence had entered the public domain just as the ‘vaccine’ roll-out was commencing its destructive course, the fraudulent Emergency Use Authorisation of the vaccine would have been exposed.
In September 2021, therefore, Jackson contacted the British Medical Journal, supplying a cache of documentary evidence including photos and recordings. The BMJ commissioned a freelance investigative journalist, Paul Thacker, who had previously investigated financial ties between Big Pharma and physicians for the US Senate Finance Committee, to examine the evidence. His report was published in November 2021.
On February 10 this year, the Jackson case was unsealed by the court, including 400 pages of exhibits, and the suit was allowed to proceed.
Pfizer, however, has filed a motion to have the case dismissed on the grounds that it was not subject to clinical trial regulations, nor federal laws, regarding its vaccine development and marketing, because its ‘vaccine contract with the US Department of Defense (DoD) was executed under the department’s Other Transaction Authority’.
To the uninitiated, the notion that a pharmaceutical company contracts with a Ministry of Defence as opposed to a Ministry of Health for the domestic supply of drugs for the civilian population is incomprehensible. But it would appear the DoD provides the shield against scrutiny and accountability for secretive and/or nefarious pacts.
Thus, in response to Brook Jackson’s lawsuit against Pfizer and associated parties, Pfizer is confident a federal judge will throw the case out, not because it lacks merit or evidence, or because the plaintiff does not qualify as having a personal interest, but because some anonymous ‘authority’ has arbitrarily rendered Pfizer exempt from fulfilling any regulations in place to protect the public from harmful drugs, and placed it beyond the reach of the law.
In a representative democracy the rule of law has legitimacy only if it meets the following criteria:
1. That the laws in question have been enacted following adequate debate and the prescribed voting procedures of a recognised forum (parliament, congress or national assembly), whose members are not pledged or indebted to any corporation or individual that stands to gain from the legislation;
2. That the laws apply universally to all people and all companies;
3. That the laws can be enforced by an untainted and uncompromised judiciary.
New structures will need to be created to replace the moribund systems. Dr Reiner Fuellmich’s Grand Jury Investigation is supplying an entire body of evidence, while Dr David Martin’s Prosecute Now spearheads the reckoning and accountability.
It is time to recognise that our cherished beliefs in Western democracies and the rule of law have no foundation. Our leaders are no more ethical or accountable than the dictators of banana republics, and our systems for preventing abuse as fragile as rose petals in a storm.